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Russian Intelligence Analysts are reporting today that Counter-Coup forces within the United States Government were thwarted in their attempt to free from US Federal Prison custody the current Prisoner of War, and former Panamanian President Manual Noriega, and who has long been suspected as having been an integral part of the American CIA drug cartel.
Of the actual shootout itself we can read about as reported by the MSNBC News Service in their article titled "2 federal employees die in Fla. prison shooting", and which says:
"Two federal employees were shot to death Wednesday at a detention center and another was injured after a guard allegedly opened fire on FBI agents serving arrest warrants, the FBI said.
FBI agents and Justice Department investigators had gone to the center to serve warrants for the arrest of six guards when one of them shot a federal correctional institution officer, said FBI spokesman John Girgenti. The shootings occurred when the guard attempted to exit the building, Girgenti said. He declined to comment on whether the shooter was among the dead or injured."
These reports further state that the United States Homeland Security has appealed to a United States Federal District Court in their State of Florida to censor further information about this shootout between different American security forces.