Head Of Bill And Hillary Clinton Airport Shot In The Head

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Head Of Bill And Hillary Clinton Airport Shot In The Head

Bryan Malinowski, the executive director of the Bill and Hillary Clinton Airport in Little Rock, Arkansas, was shot in the head by federal agents on Tuesday after he opened fire on them. 

JUST IN – The top executive at Bill and Hillary Clinton Airport in Arkansas, Bryan Malinowski, was shot in the head as federal agents tried to serve a search warrant to him early this morning.

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Clinton Airport Executive Director Shot

Daily Mail reported that Malinowski, 53, was injured at his west Little Rock home at around 6 a.m. after he opened fire on agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. The agents were attempting to serve a warrant when someone inside the house began shooting at them.

The ATF, state police and federal prosecutors all refused to reveal what the agents were looking for because the investigation is still ongoing. Agents returned fire and ultimately injured Malinowski, who was treated at the scene before being taken to a local hospital.

Officials said that an unidentified agent was also shot in the exchange of gunfire, but thankfully the agent’s injuries were not life-threatening. The case will now go to prosecutors, who will determine whether deadly force was used consistent within state law, according to The New York Post.

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Top exec at Bill and Hillary Clinton airport in Arkansas shot as federal agents serve search warrant..

There’s been no updates on why Bryan Malinowski, 53 was raided with a no knock warrant or why deadly force was used.

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Malinowski’s Brother And Neighbors Speak Out

Malinowski’s condition is not known at the time of this writing, but a source claimed to the Arkansas Times that he is on life support.

“We don’t know if he’s going to make it in the next 24 hours,” Malinowski’s brother Matthew told NBC News on Wednesday. “He was shot in the head.”

Malinowski went on to say that doctors haven’t performed surgery “because they don’t think he’s gonna make it.”

Neighbors described Malinowski as a gun enthusiast who enjoys buying and trading firearms. Shea De Bruyn, a neighbor of Malinowski’s, told KARK that she was woken up early Tuesday morning by a series of loud bangs.

“My heart was racing, and the dogs were barking,” she recalled. “I’m just really curious as to what was going on just a few houses down.”

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Malinowski’s History

Malinowski has worked in the airline industry for over thirty years, previously working at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, El Paso International Airport in Texas and Lehigh Valley International Airport in Pennsylvania.

Malinowski began working at Clinton National in 2008 as director of properties, planning and development before being promoted to deputy director in 2009. He went on to take over as executive director of the airport in 2019.

“Today’s incident saddens us, and we pray for everyone involved,” Clinton National Airport, Airport Commission Chairman Bill Walker told Fox News. “As the chairman of the Little Rock Municipal Airport Commission, I have named Tom Clarke, the airport’s deputy executive director, as acting executive director. The airport’s day-to-day operations continue as normal.”

The airport was renamed after Bill and Hillary Clinton back in 2012. The Clinton family has long had ties to Arkansas, where Bill was governor from 1979 to 1981, and again from 1983 to 1992.

Arkansas State Police reports that the person who was the subject of the search warrant and who was shot by ATF agents in west Little Rock is Bryan Malinowski. The spokesperson for the Little Rock National Airport confirms he is the executive Director of the Little Rock National… pic.twitter.com/e8n47rCcrZ

— Greg Yarbrough (@GregYarbrough) March 19, 2024

Over the years, many people with ties to the Clintons have died under mysterious circumstances. While there is no evidence that Malinowski had direct ties to the Clintons, it seems somewhat ironic that the head of the airport named after them has been shot in the head by federal agents.

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