'Gewelddadige ekstremis' Ricky Shiffer het maande lank ondersoek na Jan 6 – volg regstreeks

'Gewelddadige ekstremis' Ricky Shiffer het maande lank ondersoek na Jan 6 - volg regstreeks
Afstand met die polisie het geëindig met die verdagte wat geskiet is

Johnny Depp-getuie is uit die hof ontslaan in Amber Heard-lasterverhoor


Eric Trump blameer Biden-administrasie ná FBI-aanval op Mar-a-Lago

Cincinnati skietverdagte Ricky Shiffer is deur die polisie aan die kant van 'n snelweg doodgeskiet ure nadat hy probeer het om 'n besoeker se ingang by 'n FBI veldkantoor in die stad.

Die 42-jarige, van Columbus, Ohio, het Donderdagoggend van die toneel van die poging tot aanval gevlug voordat 'n stilstand en skietgeveg ure later plaasgevind het. Die FBI het sy dood om 15:45 bevestig ná 'n uitruil van geweervuur.

Amptenare ondersoek Shiffer se bande met die Amerikaanse hoofstad oproer en regse ekstremisme soos hy blykbaar beweer het dat hy teenwoordig was in Washington op 6 Januarie op Truth Social, 'n pro-Trump sosiale media webwerf.

Federale agente was reeds besig om Shiffer se bande met die Capitol-aanval voor die FBI-stilstand te ondersoek, die New York Times berigte.

Shiffer also appeared to support former US president Donald Trumpse ongegronde bewerings van 'n gesteelde verkiesing in 2020 en het gereageer op sosiale media-plasings deur pro-Trump-figure soos kongresvrou Marjorie Taylor Greene en Donald Trump Jr..

Op Dinsdag, the FBI carried out a search at Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club in Florida as part of an investigation into the mishandling of White House documents, sparking anger among his supporters. The raid was referenced in Shiffer’s social media posts this week.


What was FBI searching for in Trump raid that angered Ricky Shiffer?

Ohio gunman Ricky Shiffer appears to have been inspired to violence after the FBI searched Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence for evidence in an investigation into his White House’s handling of government documents.

Hier is Andrew Feinberg’s report on what the FBI unconvered in the search.


ICYMI: What we know about Ricky Shiffer

Law enforcement officers shot and killed an Ohio man named Ricky Shiffer on Thursday afternoon, after the 42-year-old allegedly attacked an FBI veldkantoor in Cincinnati armed with a nail gun and an assault rifle.

Shiffer, who lived in the city of Columbus, Ohio, volgens openbare rekords obtained by the Daily Beast, reportedly left a string of violent comments on social media in recent months ahead of the attack.

Here’s everything we know about Ricky Shiffer.


The GOP attack on the FBI shows no signs of stopping

Republicans in Congress who are relying on Donald Trump to excite voters in the fall elections are not only defending the former president against the FBI search of his Mar-a-Lago home but politically capitalizing on it with grave and potentially dangerous rhetoric against the nation’s justice system.

The party that once stood staunchly for law-and-order has dramatically reversed course, stirring up opposition to the FBI and tapping into political grievances and far-right conspiracies that fed the deadly Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol.

It’s all part of the GOP’s election year strategy to harness voter outrage over the unprecedented search, quickly and unequivocally set in motion as Trump hosted a dozen Republicans for dinner of steak and scallops at his private Bedminster club the day after the FBI action.

More from the AP.


Police are investigating Ohio FBI attack’s links to ‘violent extremist’ groups

Ricky Shiffer, die 42-jarige verdagte wat 'n aangeval het FBI veldkantoor in Ohio, is as 'n “vermeende gesinsgeweld beskou ekstremisties” deur ondersoekers, verslae sê.

A law enforcement official told ABC Nuus Vrydag dat Shiffer as 'n "vermeende huishoudelike gewelddadige ekstremis" ondersoek word en dat sy sosiale media-geskiedenis ondersoek word ná die aanval op 'n FBI-kantoor Donderdag.

Ondersoekers kyk ook of Shiffer bande gehad het met verregse ekstremistiese groepe soos die Proud Boys, wie se lede daarvan aangekla is dat hulle in Januarie deelgeneem het 6, as per the Associated Press.

Shiffer het blykbaar gevra vir die moord op FBI-agente "op sig" in plasings op Truth Social, die sosiale media-platform wat deur Donald Trump opgestel is, in die dae voor die aanval, NBC Nuus Donderdag berig.

Catch up on Gino Spocchia’s reporting.


ICMYI: Ricky Shiffer was a veteran

Ricky Shiffer, the Ohio man who died in an armed standoff with police on Thursday after attacking an FBI field office in Cincinnati, was a military veteran.

The 42-year-old served in the Navy on a nuclear submarine and later in the National Guard, Military.com berigte.

The Ohio man enlisted in the Navy soon after high school, Die Washington Post berigte.

Shiffer grew up on a small family farm in Perry County, Pennsylvania, near the Susquehanna River, the oldest of four siblings. More details can be found in our full report.


FBI agent warns that rhetoric from GOP attacking agency could lead to more attacks

Attacks from Donald Trump and leading Republican politicians are creating a dangerous climate of anti-law enforcement sentiment in the US, according to a former FBI agent.

“All of this rhetoric is being thrown around without any consideration for possible consequences,” Frank Montoya Jr, a retired FBI special agent who led the bureau’s field offices in Seattle and Honolulu, vertel The Associated Press on Friday.

“All that does is stir up that minority within the base that aren’t satisfied with just words, they actually want to act it out.”

Soos Bevan Hurley has reported, ex-FBI officials are worried the Ohio attack could act as a rallying cry for others bent on violence against the agency.


Fury at FBI continues building on Truth Social

Anger at the FBI continues to build on Truth Social, the social media platform founded by Donald Trump.

As of Friday afternoon, the top hashtags on the site were #EndTheFBI, #DefundTheFBI and #FBIcorruption, NBC Nuus berigte.

Ricky Shiffer was among the angry Truth Social users attacking the FBI, after the agency searched the former president’s home in Mar-a-Lago.

A post on Truth Social from an account appearing to belong to Shiffer seemed to confess to the attack.

<p>A Truth Social page allegedly belonging to Ricky Shiffer</bl>

A Truth Social page allegedly belonging to Ricky Shiffer

“If you don’t hear from me, it is true I tried attacking the FBI, and it’ll mean either I was taken off the internet, the FBI got me, or they sent the regular cops,” the update reads.

Volgens 'n analysis van Die Washington Post, Shiffer appeared to be one of Truth Social’s most prolific posters, sending out 374 messages in the week before the FBI shooting, most of them pro-Trump conspiracy theories.


Ohio gunman had ‘lead foot’ and minor arrests on record

More details have begun to trickle in about Ricky Shiffer, the Ohio man who tried to shoot up an FBI office in Cincinnati on Thursday before being killed by police after a daylong police standoff.

The FBI attack wasn’t Shiffer’s first encounter with law enforcement.

In 2004, he got a speeding ticket in Minnesota, after driving 50 mph in a 30 mph zone in his red Ford Mustage, NBC News reports.

“I have a lead foot,” he reportedly vertel beamptes.

That’s certainly true. Records show he got speeding tickets in Ohio, Hawaii, and Florida.

A year before the Minnesota incident, egter, Shiffer had his most serious brush with police.

In July of 2003, he was arrested in Moorhead, Minnesota, and pleaded guilty to “obstructing legal process.”


Old acquaintances say Ricky Shiffer had an ‘anger issue’ and ‘got picked up by the wrong crowd

Now that officials have identified Ricky Shiffer of Ohio as the man who attacked a Cincinnati FBI office on Thursday, those who knew the gunman, who was killed by police, are starting to share their recollections.

Ian McConnell was Shiffer’s neighbour in the Greystone Apartments complex in Columbus, Ohio, where Shiffer lived between 2017 en 2020.

Shiffer was slightly odd but didn’t raise any alarm bells, Mr McConnell het die Cincinnati Enquirer.

“We knew he was a bit off,” McConnell said. “He had a little bit of an anger issue about his car, but who doesn’t?”

The former neighbour said he was shocked to learn what happened to Shiffer, who moved away from Columbus with stated aspirations to live out West.

“It was a shock to us he wound up in Cincinnati,” Mr McConnell said. “I’m afraid this is coming two years too late and Ricky got picked up by the wrong crowd.”


Family members remember Ricky Shiffer as “very intelligent but quiet person.

Family members are speaking out about Ricky Shiffer, the Ohio man shot by law enforcement after attacking an FBI post on Thursday.

Shiffer grew up on a small family farm in Perry County, Pennsylvania, near the Susquehanna River, the oldest of four siblings, Die Washington Post berigte.

An unnamed family member told the Post that Shiffer was a “very intelligent but quiet person.”

“He had quite a memory on him," hulle het gesê. “It was full of facts and information when he would talk about something. He knew a lot about farm equipment.”

“He was quiet, maybe a little awkward, but you could tell he was a very smart kid. He had some brainpower,” the family member added.

Laat 'n antwoord

U e-posadres sal nie gepubliseer word nie.