San Antonio: Shots Fired at ICE Building Blamed on Political Rhetoric and Media Misinformation about ICE

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San Antonio police are searching for a suspect who fired gunshots through the windows of an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) office, injuring one person. Officials blame misinformation and hostile rhetoric of the media, politicians, and activist groups for the violence. -GEG

 

A shooter fired several shots at a San Antonio ICE office in the city.

The building was occupied at the time.

 

San Antonio police later arrested a suspect behind the shooting.

One person was injured.

The Washington Examiner reported:

Police in San Antonio arrested a man early Tuesday morning in connection with gunshots fired through the windows of an Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in the city, according to local media reports.

Local law enforcement responded around 3 a.m. CT Tuesday to shots fired at the ICE field office located north of Interstate 410 near Brookhaven Drive.

Police told News 4 the man is believed to have fired the shots from across the highway into the windows of the building. The building does not have bulletproof windows, and at least one shot penetrated a window.

There has been no comment from the radical Democrat “Squad” members as of this morning.

Awaiting comment from AOC and the rest of The Squad.


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