Attack at NSA

A media wrap up.

By  USDR.

There was an attack at Fort Meade, home of the NSA, this morning.  Several media  reported:

Los Angeles  Times:

One person was killed and two others, including a police officer, were injured Monday after police confronted a car that tried to crash through a gate outside National Security Agency headquarters at Fort Meade, Md., the agency  confirmed.

NSA police opened fire when the car rammed into a police car. FBI officials say they don’t believe the incident is related to terrorism. According to Howard County police spokeswoman Mary Phelan, the black SUV was stolen from a hotel in Jessup, Md., on Monday morning. Phelan would not say which hotel, citing the FBI’s ongoing investigation, and no other information was provided on the alleged  theft.

According to a statement released by NSA spokesman Jonathan Freed, a vehicle containing two people attempted “unauthorized entry” at a gate on the agency’s campus just before 9 a.m. When an NSA  police… (read  more)

From WBAL in Baltimore: 

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