FBI identifies driver who was slain in bizarre incident at NSA headquarters | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

FBI identifies driver who was slain in bizarre incident at NSA headquarters

A Baltimore man with a criminal record was the driver shot dead by National Security Agency guards when he and another man, dressed as women, tried to crash their stolen SUV into the spy agency’s gates, according to court records on Tuesday.

The FBI’s Baltimore office identified the driver as Ricky Shawatza Hall, 27. The agency is investigating Monday’s incident at NSA headquarters at Fort Meade, Maryland, about 20 miles northeast of Washington, and the statement gave no motive.

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