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The suspect in the organization of explosion in the hospital where coronavirus patients were treated, was killed in a shootout with the FBI in the U.S. state of Missouri. It is reported BBC citing authorities.
The shootout occurred after the armed agents of the Bureau tried to arrest 36-year-old man, Timothy R. Wilson (Timothy R Wilson) in Belton, in the framework of the investigation of domestic terrorism.
According to authorities, the suspect wanted to commit a crime because of their racist attitudes and distrust the government. Wilson chose the hospital in Belton as the object of attack immediately; he had previously thought of organizing the attack on the mosque, synagogue or a school with black students.
To identify of the suspect was possible through the surveillance, which the agents were for months. So they know about the manifestations of hatred on the grounds of race and religion Wilson, and that he could be a potentially dangerous extremist.
On March 25 it was reported about another incident in Missouri. A man from the city of WARRENTON, obligasi goods in the supermarket, got charged with the terrorist threat. On the same day it became known that the U.S. government will be equated with terrorism threats and attempts at deliberate infection with coronavirus.
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