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Man wounded by agent sues three in FBI

A Pasadena man mistakenly shot in the face by an FBI agent searching for a bank robber filed a $10 million lawsuit yesterday against three agents, alleging that they disregarded bureau arrest policies and then played down the potentially deadly result, telling an informant at the scene: "This [expletive] happens every day."  Read more ...

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Justice still reviewing FBI shooting of motorist

One year after an FBI agent mistook an unarmed Pasadena man for a suspected bank robber and shot him in the face, the U.S. Department of Justice has yet to conclude its review of the incident and civil lawsuits remain a possibility.  Read more ...

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County police release report on FBI shooting

In a report released by Anne Arundel County police last week, FBI agents answered many of the questions about what went wrong the night an agent mistakenly shot an unarmed Pasadena man.  Read more ...

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Arundel police fault FBI manhunt

The FBI's ill-fated search for a bank robbery suspect, which led to the March shooting of an unarmed Pasadena man, was flawed from the start, according to an Anne Arundel County police report released yesterday.  Read more ...

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No indictment of FBI agent in shooting

An Anne Arundel County grand jury decided yesterday not to indict an FBI agent who mistook an unarmed Pasadena man for a suspected bank robber and shot him in the face.  Read more ...

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FBI shooting revives legal issue

As prosecutors in Anne Arundel County prepare to ask a grand jury whether an FBI agent who mistakenly shot an unarmed man should be indicted, they face a confusing legal roadmap stemming from one of the most divisive events in recent FBI history - the deadly standoff at Ruby Ridge, Idaho.  Read more ...

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Grand jury to get FBI case

Anne Arundel County's prosecutor will ask a grand jury next week to decide whether an FBI agent who mistakenly shot and wounded a Pasadena man in March should be indicted in the case.  Read more ...

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The Scout, the suspect and the SWAT team

The order from an FBI commander to a SWAT team waiting outside a Glen Burnie 7-Eleven was simple and direct.  Read more ...

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Details unfold in FBI mix-up

FBI agents involved in the mistaken traffic stop and shooting of an unarmed Pasadena man March 1 had a photograph of the actual bank robbery suspect they sought and earlier that day had discovered that an air pistol, not a handgun, apparently was used in the holdup, court records show.  Read more ...

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FBI agent who wounded Pasadena man involved in fatal shooting in 2000

The FBI agent who shot an unarmed Pasadena man by mistake March 1 was involved two years ago in the fatal shooting of a fugitive murder suspect at a Prince George's County apartment, an FBI official confirmed yesterday. The fugitive was not armed at the time, but investigators later said he had a loaded gun nearby.  Read more ...

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Police at risk during stops

Traffic stops -- such as the one that led to the recent FBI shooting of an unarmed Pasadena man -- are among the most dangerous aspects of police work, law enforcement experts say. The potential for things to go wrong is great, and officers typically have only seconds to assess the situation and decide whether to use their weapons.  Read more ...

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Tragic coincidences cited in FBI shooting

As they searched last Friday for bank robbery suspect Michael J. Blottenberger Jr., FBI agents expected to find him at an Anne Arundel County convenience store, wearing a white baseball cap and traveling in a red sedan, two law enforcement sources said yesterday. The agents also were braced for a potentially violent confrontation with Blottenberger, who they expected to be armed.  Read more ...

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Officials investigate mistaken shooting

Two separate investigations were continuing yesterday into the mistaken shooting of an Anne Arundel County man Friday evening by an FBI agent who had been looking for a bank robbery suspect.  Read more ...

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