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BREAKING NEWS: 'One dead and two injured' in shooting outside NSA headquarters on Fort Meade after SUV tried to crash through front gates
Incident happened about 9.30am outside gates of Fort Meade in Anne Arundel County, Maryland
Fort Meade is home to NSA, as well as the US military's Cyber Command and other sensitive agencies
At least one government worker was seen being loaded into an ambulance
@Nemo gets all the good stuff.
Matt Drudge should be calling @Nemo!
Wow! Looking forward to the rest of the story. You'd think a terrorist would pick a softer target than the most powerful intelligence gathering service in the world. Probably just a nutjob employee????
I'm too slow ... If they dressed up as women, then it's bigger than a random nutjob.
Senior US official says incident outside Fort Meade, site of NSA headquarters, appears to be 'local criminal matter' - @NBCNews
2 men dressed as women...
...in a stolen car that rams the NSA entrance.....and it is local matter?
This is what's known in military circles as "probing the lines".
Was it a bunch of clowns? The green van is so much smaller than the police SUV in the background.
A federal law enforcement official told CBS News that cocaine and a weapon were found in or near the vehicle.
Surprised this shit doesn't happen more often quite honestly
Were there also lots of receipts from local strip clubs?
If so, then muslim terrorism is confirmed.
It's obviously a national matter. Anti transgender bias.
only one tweet with that hashtag!
CNN really has problems lately.
This is from their website...
(CNN)Two people tried to ram the main gate to enter the headquarters of the National Security Agency at Fort Meade, Maryland on Monday, according to a federal law enforcement official briefed on the investigation. An NSA police officer shot one of the people dead dead and seriously injured the second.
A law enforcement official had previously reported that both of the people involved were men. Aerial shots show two vehicles at an intersection that appear to be damaged.