AP Exclusive: Missed warning signs in gov't office shooting

This FBI photo acquired by the Associated Press shows the shooting scene at a Long Beach, Calif., Federal Courthouse in Long Beach, Calif. On Feb. 16 an ICE agent opened fire on a supervisor, and then was shot and killed by another agent. The Homeland Security Department missed clear warning signs of a disgruntled federal agent’s descent toward violence and could have intervened before he started a gun battle that resulted in his own death and the serious injury of another agent inside a government office building in southern California, according to a confidential, internal investigation obtained exclusively by The Associated Press. (FBI via AP)WASHINGTON (AP) — The Homeland Security Department had briefly revoked the gun, badge and credentials of a disgruntled federal agent months before he used that weapon to start a deadly gun battle inside a government office building in southern California, according to a confidential, internal investigation obtained exclusively by The Associated Press.

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