Federal Bureau of Investigation Agents mistakenly interrogated a pilot. The FBI agents interrogated him and handcuffed for more than 45 minutes in a shower room. It takes time before they realized their mistakes.
How Did FBI Agents Break Into Wrong Room?
The Federal Agents barge into the wrong hotel room in Boston around 10 p.m. on Tuesday. It was reported that they detained a Delta Air Lines Pilot man. He was interrogated and handcuffed for more than 45 minutes in a shower room before the Federal Agents realized their mistakes.
Federal Agents stated that they received the wrong information and mistakenly sent it to the wrong room. Furthermore, they stated that everything is not intended and no one was hurt nor injured during the raid accident. Federal Agents said that the Boston Police Department was called to a clarification that a training exercise was taking place.
FBI stated that safety is their always prior, and they are the partners of law, as officials they take incidents very seriously. They also stated that the Boston Division is discussing and evaluating the incident.
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How does the incident happen?
The Delta Air Lines Pilot was a guest in a hotel. He is in his mid-30s. It was around 10 p.m. when Federal Agents knocked on the door. The pilot opened the door and the Federal Agents barge into the hotel room, and the terrible incident happens. He was handcuffed and interrogated for more than 45 minutes.
The Hotel Security contacted the Boston Police Department and reported the issues. EMS came but the pilot refuse medication. However, the pilot will contact his company before speaking up.