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Man who tried to breach FBI office killed after standoff

August 11, 2022 - Wilmington, Ohio

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The Navy veteran who tried to breach the FBI’s Cincinnati field office Thursday once handled highly classified material years ago while posted on an attack submarine, but had been on the bureau’s radar for months for possible extremist behavior, authorities said Friday.

Ricky Shiffer, 42, was fatally shot by police Thursday after leading officers on a chase that led to a six-hour standoff on a rural road, the Ohio State Highway Patrol said — an incident that rang alarm bells as threats of violence against the FBI from far-right factions have increased in recent days online.

Shiffer was an Iraq War veteran who had served in the Navy aboard the USS Columbia, where he oversaw electronic equipment associated with weapons like missiles and torpedoes, in a role that required one of the highest security classifications in the U.S. government, a spokesman said Friday

 

Submarines are inherently sensitive assignments, and Shiffer’s job was particularly so. Sailors in Shiffer’s position must be eligible for Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information clearance, said Cullen James, a Navy personnel spokesperson. The deep clearance is reserved for some of the most secretive assignments related to national security in the U.S. government.

 

The Navy record did not list any individual awards for Shiffer. He left the service in 2003 as a noncommissioned officer. Shiffer enlisted as an infantryman in 2008 with the Florida Army National Guard, said Catalina Carrasco, a spokesperson for the National Guard Bureau. He served on a year-long combat deployment in Iraq in 2010 and left the service soon after returning home. He was honorably discharged in 2011.

Since that time, Shiffer had moved around a lot, according to public records, until relocating to Columbus, Ohio, where he worked as a commercial electrician. In Tampa, he lived in several run-down apartment buildings, all within proximity to the city’s James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital.

Authorities said that around 9:15 a.m. Thursday, Shiffer attempted to breach the visitor screening facility at the field office, located on the outskirts of Cincinnati, authorities said. An alarm sounded and armed agents responded, leading Shiffer to flee to his car and onto Interstate 71.

Roughly 20 minutes later, a state trooper located Shiffer’s car at a rest area about 20 miles north, but when officers tried to pull him over, he fled and fired a “suspected gun shot,” the highway patrol said in its statement Friday morning. He continued north before stopping on a rural road in Chester Township, about 45 miles north of Cincinnati.

He stepped out of the car at about 9:53 a.m. and engaged police in a shootout before taking cover behind the car, launching a standoff that would last until officers shot him around 3:42 p.m., police said. After negotiations failed, police attempted to utilize “less lethal tactics” to arrest Shiffer, but he “raised a firearm” and officers shot him, they said.

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Ricky W. Shiffer - The Worst Getaway Driver EVER!

If he wanted to get caught without any witnesses, he did a perfect job.

Authorities said the man was wearing body armor and fled to Clinton County, Ohio, where he hid in a cornfield after exchanging gunfire with the police, and refused to surrender.

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2022 - 75th Anniversary of the Roswell Crash and How it is Connected to Circleville Ohio

The name Roswell is probably familiar to most of you reading this, it conjures up images of crashed UFOs and alien beings, and for good reason. It is considered the Holy Grail of UFO encounters by many UFO researchers.
 

This week marks the 75th anniversary of the Roswell crash, did you know the small town of Circleville has a connection to Roswell? First, a small overview of what happened- It was the first week of July 1947 outside the small town of Roswell, New Mexico when rancher Mac Brazel rode out to check on the sheep after a night of intense storms. He discovered a debris field across the large property. The material was strange, very strange, the witnesses who handled the crash debris described metal I-beams with odd illegible writing resembling Egyptian hieroglyphics. There was also a lot of material described as a lightweight metal, lightweight and flexible but incredibly strong it could not be torn, burnt, or even dented with a sledgehammer. This “memory metal” could be crumbled up in a ball but once released it would unfold itself back completely flat.
 

Rancher Mac contacted the local Sheriff who then contacted the local Roswell Army Air Field. Soon, the Government was officially in possession of the crash site.
 

On July 8th the story broke in the local newspaper “The Roswell Daily Record” announcing on its front page “Roswell Army Air Field Captures a Flying Saucer in Roswell”. Within hours the Army had issued a press release claiming the whole thing was a misunderstanding, it was nothing more than a crashed weather balloon.

For Mac Brazel and the other locals who had handled the debris, this was obviously not true. What they had seen and touched was no weather balloon. There are even credible accounts of not only debris being found but an intact section of the craft and alien bodies. It is believed by many in Ufology (the study of UFOs) that the crash material, including alien bodies, was secretly flown here to Ohio to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton. It’s said to be there still, locked away in an underground facility, where it continues to be studied and tested by scientists and shadowy Government types. Wright-Patterson is not the only local connection to the Roswell Incident. Once the Government realized what they had in their possession they needed a cover story, something they could tell the American public that would explain away the incident. It needed to be simple, something they could easily sell, maybe something that had already happened.

According to Researcher Kevin Randle, an authority on Roswell, the Government looked to small-town Circleville Ohio, specifically a recent story from the local hometown newspaper “The Circleville Herald”. Published on July 5th, 1947 the Herald reported the story of a man named Sherman Campbell who lived on Westfall Road near the Pickaway-Ross county line. Campbell while out working in his field reported the finding of a star-shaped silver foil-covered object attached to a large deflated balloon. He believed this was the “flying saucers” people are reporting. A photo of Campbell holding the balloon object appeared in the Herald with the story. It was quite clear from the article that Campbell recognized it for what it was, a balloon-borne device. He thought that when airborne the pointed star spinning could give the impression of a disc shape in bright sunlight. The following is taken from Kevin Randle’s book “The Roswell Encyclopedia” and his blog post “Roswell vs Circleville”. “You have to ask yourself, did those in Roswell, who might well have known about the Circleville case, take a cue from there, changing the storyline so it mimicked that in Ohio to hide the facts in New Mexico? Did they change the narrative so that reporters and civilians would not be inclined to ask the difficult questions that were then never asked? But the real question….. the real difference…. is the reaction of the military to these two events. At Circleville they ignored it. Clearly, it is a balloon and posed no threat. The day after the press release in Roswell, both the Army and Navy begin to suppress stories of flying saucers.” Small town Circleville, Ohio provided the cover story for the biggest UFO case of all time-the Circleville Roswell connection.

Research into the Roswell Incident is ongoing. We continue to find out new information and evidence that what came crashing down from the desert sky that night was not at all from this Earth, but something from somewhere else. Over the decade many military officers, most notably Major Jesse Marcel, who was involved in the crash cleanup have come forward to confirm that what they saw was indeed a crashed UFO from another world.

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