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FBI Agent Shocked When Cleveland Police Unable to Help Tamir Rice After Shooting

Tamir Rice

By Steve Neavling 

An FBI agent who made a desperate, last-minute attempt to save the life of Tamir Rice said he was as shocked as anyone that Cleveland Police were unable to properly respond to the 12-year-old boy’s emergency medical needs after officers shot him.

The agent, who has not been identified publicly, said he arrived to find Tamir’s abdomen split open, his small intestines spilling from his body, reports.

The agent looked at officers for help but they stood no chance.

“What medical gear do you have?” the agent asked, according too a sheriff’s investigation. “Give me your first-aid kits and the medical equipment you have (and) they’re like, uh, we don’t have any. I said how about some gloves? and uh, some guy threw me a pair of gloves.'”

Last week, the city received 800 first-aid kits to address the shortfall, which was exposed by WXYC.

New Records Reveal final Moments of Ibragim Todashev’s Life During FBI Probe

Ibragim Todashev

By Steve Neavling

What happened in the final moments of Ibragim Todashev’s life has been the subject of intensive investigations and a lawsuit. reports that new information suggests Todashev was “calm and respectful” when the FBI and Massachusetts State Police entered his apartment in Florida.

By night’s end, Todashev, who was a friend of Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev, was dead after being shot seven times.

An acquaintance said Todashev “lost control easily.”

According to the reports, Todashev was confessing to an unsolved murder just before he lunged at an FBI agent with a broomstick handle, causing a head injury that would require nine stitches.

The agent shot Todashev seven times.

FBI Probes Rash of Intentional Cuts to San Francisco Area’s Fiber Optic Cable

By Steve Neavling

The FBI is trying to determine whether a series of deliberate cuts of fiber optic cable in the San Francisco area are related and were intended to be an act of terrorism.

IDG News Service reports that telecom cables were intentionally cut in Fremont, Walnut Creek, Alamo, Berkeley and San Jose 10 times over four separate nights.

“We are hoping for anybody that has seen anything out of the ordinary,” FBI Special Agent Greg Wuthrich said. The perpetrators may have worn uniforms to make themselves look like workers, “so even if it looked like normal uniforms, we’d like to hear so we can vet them out.”

Massive Computer Hack May Have Compromised 400,000 Workers, Contractors

By Steve Neavling 

A massive data breach that targeted Homeland Security may have compromised the security of nearly 400,000 former and current employees, contractors and job applicants.

The Associated Press reports that the computer hack was discovered in September but many employees weren’t made available until April 27.

This is a separate hack than the one that attacked the Office of Personnel Management.

Files on as many as 48,000 government workers may have ben compromised.