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Why Would Someone Ambush, Shoot 2 Pennsylvania State Troopers? Special Agent Offers Insight

Eric Frein

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

It’s still anyone’s guess why someone would ambush two Pennsylvania state troopers and then shoot them with a high-caliber rifle on Sept. 12.

One special agent with the FBI offered some insight into the suspect – 31-year-old Eric Matthew Frein.

Frein lived with his parents and likely was unsatisfied with life, said Ed Hanko, special agent in charge of the Philadelphia Division of the FBI. He played in military re-enactments and may have wanted to fulfill one of those roles.

“We want to arrest this person,”  Hanko said, adding later, “We have the who, the what, the where. We want the why.”

After the attack, Frein took cover in the woods and has been missing since.

ATF Agent Wounded, Suspect Dead in Shootout in Athens, Ga.

By Rhonda Cook
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

A federal agent was in critical but stable condition Tuesday night and a suspect was dead after a shooting during an undercover law enforcement operation in Athens. A second suspect has been charged in the case.

State and federal officials told reporters an Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agent was in the intensive care unit at an area hospital recovering from his wounds.

They identified the dead man as 20-year-old Javonta Darden. The other suspect, 21-year-old Steven McKinley, was arrested.

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Prosecutors: FBI Agents Justified When They Shot, Killed Man in Idaho Wilderness

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

FBI agents used reasonable force when they fatally shot a kidnapping and murder suspect in the Idaho wilderness last year, the Associated Press reports.

Federal and local prosecutors said Wednesday that the two FBI agents should not face charges because they were justified by shooting James DiMaggio, who was suspected of kidnapping a teenage girls and killing her mother and brother in California.

The decision didn’t sit well with DiMaggio’s sister, Lora DiMaggio Robinson.

“I’m sure the FBI agents who shot and killed my brother, James DiMaggio, are celebrating tonight – over how they won’t be facing any criminal charges,” Robinson said in a statement to The Associated Press. “I wish my brother would have been given the same opportunity of a U.S. attorney’s investigation and possible indictment and then a trial by jury, instead of a bullet in the head and five more to ‘stop’ him.”

Agents shot DiMaggio after he fired two rifle shots.

Terrorism Suspect to Be Charged Today with Trying to Get FBI Agent Killed

diagram of car bomb

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com 

A suburban Chicago terrorism suspect is expected to be charged today with trying to solicit the murder of an FBI agent, the Associated Press reports.

Adel Daoud, who is accused of attempting to ignite what he thought was a car bomb outside of a downtown Chicago bar, is expected to plead not guilty.

Investigators allege Daoud was attempting to have an undercover FBI agent killed while behind bars in 2012.

Texas DEA Agent Shoots and Wounds Suspect

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

A DEA agent shot and wounded a man who allegedly tried running him over Saturday in a hotel parking lot in Houston, the Houston Chronicle reports.

The shooting happened in the afternoon at the Houstonian Hotel.

The Chronicle reports that a DEA task force showed up in the employee parking lot of the hotel as part of a probe into several suspects. One of the suspects floored the vehicle, heading toward the DEA agent, who opened fire and struck the suspect several times.

The suspect was treated at the hospital for non-life threatening wounds. Three other people were arrested at the scene.

 

Suspect in U.S. Consulate Attack Demands Lawyer During FBI Interrogation

 Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

A suspect in custody in the deadly attack on the U.S. Consulate in Libya said he wants his attorney present during FBI interrogations, the Associated Press reports.

Tunisian Ali Harzi is “strongly suspected” of being involved in the assault by armed men in the Libyan city of Benghazi, the AP reported. That attack killed U.S. Ambassador Chris Stephens and three other American diplomats.

Authorities believe Islamic extremists were behind the attack.

Las Vegas FBI Agent Shoots and Wounds Murder Suspect Outside Casino

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

There was more than gambling going on outside a Las Vegas casino on Thursday.

KTNV-TV reported that an FBI agent shot and wounded a man wanted for murder around 2:30 p.m. outside of Arizona Charlie’s on Boulder Highway near Twain.

The station reported that the local Criminal Apprehension Team had been running surveillance and followed the suspect after being tipped off that he was in the area.

The station reported after the team confronted the man, he produced a weapon and an FBI agent opened fire. His condition was not immediately known.

 

FBI and NYPD May Soon Finally Close 33 Year Old Case of Missing Child Etan Patz

nypd poster

Shoshanna Utchenik
ticklethewire.com

One of the first missing kids featured on a milk carton may see justice after all, though 33 years after his disappearance and long after he was assumed dead, it may be small comfort to his family.

Pedro Hernandez was picked up by local cops in Camden, N.J., yesterday, and “made statements to NYPD detectives implicating himself in the disappearance and death of Etan Patz,” reports the NY Daily News.

It seemed the long forgotten case of Etan Patz, the Brooklyn 6 year old who went missing in 1979, was suddenly reopened then shut again in April, when the NYPD and FBI gutted a SoHo basement looking for remains, but found nothing.

Othniel Miller, who worked in that basement and knew Patz from the neighborhood, said he was “deeply saddened” by the boy’s disappearance. His lawyer protested that Miller’s reputation had been “dragged through the mud” by the reopened case.

A 2004 New York civil case declared prime-suspect and pedophile Jose Ramos responsible for Etan’s death, though he is not serving time for this case. Ramos, now 68, is due to be released in November from a Pennsylvania prison where he is doing time for molesting two boys. He previously admitted to raping a young boy who looked like Etan on the day he disappeared, but insisted he let the boy go.

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