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FBI Agents Shootout Kills Utah Man Accused of Making Threats Against Biden on Social Media

Craig Robertson During FBI Agents Shootout [Photo: Fox News]
Craig Robertson During FBI Agents Shootout [Photo: Fox News]

Craig Robertson was killed during an FBI agents shootout after an attempt to arrest him and search his residence. Reports say Robertson threatened to kill U.S. President Biden and two other officials on a Facebook post.

FBI Agents Shootout Killed Craig Robertson [Photo: Axios]

FBI Agents Shootout Killed Craig Robertson [Photo: Axios]

On August 9, the FBI agents shootout occurred following the attempt to serve warrants to arrest Craig Robertson. 75, and search his residence near the 1200 West and the 400 North in the city of Provo in Utah.

An article in KMVT states that during the FBI agents shootout, Robertson was shot to death after being accused of making several threats against the lives of U.S. President Joe Biden, New York County District Attorney Alvin Bragg, and some other officials on a post on Facebook.

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What Led to FBI Agents Shootout

According to an article in CNN, a redacted felony complaint that was filed in the U.S. District Court revealed that an arrest warrant was issued for Robertson after his threats to kill FBI agents, his plans to kill Bragg, and a Facebook post that stated he would use a sniper rifle when Biden arrived in the state of Utah.

However, to date, the exact moments that led up to the FBI agents shootout on Wednesday still remain unknown. Nonetheless, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) released a statement announcing that the federal agency takes all shooting incidents that involve their agents and task force members seriously.

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