The FBI is investigating a "targeted attack" in which gunfire was fired on an ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) office and other facility in San Antonio, Texas, on Tuesday. I'm in an ICE The building housed two floors of administrative and executive offices, according to the San Antonio Express News. The sales office reported that another shoot took place in a separate facility in which an ICE contractor was located.
Chris Combs, FBI representative, said the people in charge knew what they were shooting at.
#JEWSAGAINSTICE PROTEST AMAZON'S ROLE IN & # 39; s; "All the footage we found is on the floors where ICE offices were located," Combs said. "It's not a question, a very targeted attack, it's not a secret facility, you can go online, it's [the address is] out there, they've investigated, they knew which floors ICE was on, they knew what buildings they had they and they were. " met these.
A man was arrested shortly after the shooting but released after authorities found he was not related to the incident.
ICE did not respond to a request from Fox News for comments.
"Political rhetoric and misinformation of various politicians," said the agency's office for enforcement and deportation operations in San Antonio, accused elected officials, the media and activists of a collapse of political discourse that prompted violent acts The media and activist groups that ruthlessly inform the American people about the ICE mission serve only to further encourage these violent acts, "the Bible told Fox News subsidiary KABB-TV." ICE officers did not inherit lives in the leadership every day to protect our communities, this disturbing public discourse vers chases our critical law enforcement function and unnecessarily jeopardizes the safety of our officials.
The agency has been beset by criticism from legislators and immigration activists as the Trump government continues to target illegal residents of the United States.
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Last month, a man was killed by the Washington state authorities as he threw fire devices at both an immigration center and nearby propane tanks. In front of an ICE facility, the American flag replaced the Mexican flag Flag.
"We fear there might be more attacks, we need to stop it," said Comb's Point of Violence, where federal employees are putting innocent people who do their jobs at risk. "