On March 30, two men dressed as women tried to ram their car through a gate at Fort Meade, the installation where the National Security Agency (NSA) is located.
NSA law enforcement opened fire on the car, killing one of the car’s two occupants.
According to The Washington Post, FBI Baltimore spokeswoman Amy J. Thoreson said, “The shooting scene is contained” and they “do not believe [the attack] is related to terrorism.” No further details are being released as they process the scene.
Television crews from local channels say they spotted damage to two vehicles near the gate and “one emergency personnel worker [that] appeared to be loaded into an ambulance.”
Breitbart News previously reported that on January 6 a man walked into a Baltimore police station with a loaded gun “to test police security.” He was carrying a loaded .22 caliber firearm when he walked into the Northeast District Police Department “smelling of marijuana.”
No word on whether there is any link between the man testing security at the Baltimore police station and the two men who rammed the gate at Fort Meade approximately 20 miles away.
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