Timothy Wilson Biography – Wiki
Timothy Wilson (born in 1984) is identified as the Kansas City man who got shot down and killed by the FBI on Tuesday after searching to blow up a hospital in crisis to government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, according to reports.
The FBI said Timothy Wilson, 36, was wounded when agents sought to arrest him Tuesday in Belton, Missouri, after closely tracking his activities. https://t.co/g3rc5dKHFF
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) March 26, 2020
He was 36 years old.
Who was Timothy Wilson?
The 36-year-old is described as a potentially violent extremist, driven by racial animus, religious zealotry, and distrust of the government after FBI tracked him for several months. He was suspected.
Timothy Wilson Shot & Killed By FBI After Plotting To BLOW UP a Hospital
Wilson, who as suspected by FBI, was shot down by FBI after they wanted to serve him an arrest warrant in Belton, Missouri.
He was reportedly rushed to a nearby hospital, where he could not survive and was announced dead later by the officials.
It is reportedly that FBI FBI had been tracking Wilson for months after they pinpointed him as potentially violent to the COVID-19 patients and government.
Wilson had planned on using the ‘vehicle-borne’ explosive mechanism to blow up a hospital near Kansas City.
According to the agency statement, Wilson grew frustrated with federal government efforts to slow coronavirus and ‘decided to accelerate his plan to use a vehicle-born improvised explosive device in an attempt to cause severe harm and mass casualties.
Timothy Wilson purposely targeted a hospital treating people suffering from coronavirus to inflict ‘severe harm and mass casualties.’
According to FBI, Wilson was armed when they attempted to arrest him. At the time, he was picking up what he thought was a truck bomb but wasn’t a bomb.