Several American media published screenshots of the account in the name of the suspect identified by the Ohio police as Ricky Shiffer, 42, on which one can read:
This is a call to arms.
The account has since been removed from Truth Social.
I propose waradds the author, calling for
patriots to go to Florida and kill FBI agents, the day after Monday’s search of former President Donald Trump’s home in Florida, an unprecedented raid that angered the Republican camp.
The author confesses to having tried to enter by force the premises of the FBI in Cincinnati.
I thought I could drill through armored glass, and I couldn’t.he explains.
If you haven’t heard from me, it’s true that I tried to attack the FBI, and that will mean that I was banned from the Internet, that the FBI got me or that they sent the police for…he wrote in a message interrupted in the middle of the sentence and posted Thursday morning, according to the media.
The FBI had announced that an armed person had tried to
to break in at its offices in Cincinnati, Ohio early Thursday morning.
According to local media, the man, who was wearing a bulletproof vest, used a nail gun and brandished an AR-15 semi-automatic weapon, before fleeing by car.
After a chase with the police, the man took refuge in a cornfield, where he was surrounded by the police. When they tried to arrest him, he brandished his firearm in the direction of the police, who fired, fatally wounding him.