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US News Missouri man plotting coronavirus hospital bombing killed in shooting, FBI says

19:00  26 march  2020
19:00  26 march  2020 Source:   foxnews.com

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The suspect wanted to bomb a facility treating coronavirus cases to cause severe harm, the FBI says . He reportedly decided to target the unidentified hospital after authorities in Belton, located in the Kansas City area, told residents to stay at home in an attempt to stem the coronavirus spread.

plotted to bomb a Missouri hospital during the coronavirus crisis was killed during a shooting this week The FBI said Wednesday that there “was no actual bomb ” but declined to provide any other details. to say whether Wilson was shot by an agent or someone else or whether he killed himself.

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A Missouri man who was plotting to bomb a hospital was killed in a shooting this week after he “decided to accelerate his plan” due to the coronavirus pandemic, federal authorities said Wednesday.

Timothy Wilson, 36, was injured Tuesday in Belton, a suburb of Kansas City, when FBI agents tried to arrest him after a long-running domestic terrorism investigation, according to a statement Wednesday from Timothy Langan, special agent in charge of the FBI's Kansas City office.

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A man suspected of plotting to blow up a Missouri hospital and was killed in a shootout with FBI agents was apparently frustrated with local government action to stop the spread of coronavirus , the FBI and other officials said Wednesday. Timothy Wilson, 36, died Tuesday in Belton, Missouri , a

The FBI said in the release that its Joint Terrorism Task Force “kept close track of Wilson in order to protect public safety The FBI described what happened next as an “agent-involved shooting ” but declined to say whether Wilson was shot by an agent or someone else or whether he killed himself.

Wilson was armed at the time. He was injured and died later at a hospital. The statement did not say how he suffered the fatal injury or give further details on the shooting incident.

A months-long investigation determined Wilson was a potentially violent extremist, motivated by religious, racial and anti-government beliefs, according to the statement.

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He planned for several months to carry out a bombing and decided to target a Kansas City-area hospital using a “vehicle-borne” improvised explosive “to cause severe harm and mass casualties," the FBI said. The name of the hospital was not given.

Wilson took steps to acquire materials for the bomb even as the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force was surveilling him. He was picking up what he thought was a bomb when agents tried to arrest him Tuesday. The FBI said the bomb wasn’t real, but did not provide further details.

The FBI described the incident as an “an agent-involved shooting” and said it will be investigated by the FBI’s Inspection Division in accordance with agency policy.

The coronavirus has sickened 356 people and killed eight as of Wednesday in Missouri, according to the state health department.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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