FBI Foils Domestic Terrorist Bomb Plot, Suspect Dead
Belton, Missouri – On Tuesday, the FBI foiled a domestic terrorist bomb plot. During the attempt to serve the probable cause warrant, Timothy Wilson, 36, was shot and died at the hospital. He intended to target a hospital that was treating COVID-19 cases, and had purchased the supplies to do it.
Wilson planned to detonate a car bomb (VBIED) at a local hospital that is treating COVID-19 patients. There was no actual bomb, since the FBI had been investigating him for months.
“The FBI said Wilson was the subject of a monthslong domestic terrorism investigation, which revealed him to be a potentially violent extremist, motivated by racial, religious and anti-government animus.
Investigators said Wilson was actively planning to commit an act of domestic terrorism, a bombing, and decided to accelerate his plan to use a vehicle-borne improvised explosive device. The FBI said Wilson considered various targets and ultimately settled on a hospital in an attempt to harm many people.
“Wilson had taken the necessary steps to acquire materials needed to build an explosive device. At all times during the investigation, the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force kept close track of Wilson in order to protect public safety,” the FBI said in a news release.”
Twisted thinking in a domestic terrorist bomb plot
According to Heavy.com, Wilson was a fan of Neo-Nazi white supremacy groups – one called “The Order” which was reportedly disbanded 30 years ago, and linked to the Neo-nazi group Aryan Nations. Robert Matthews, or as Wilson called him, “Uncle Bob,” was in charge of the group at the time. Though the leadership was targeted and the group disbanded, white supremacists are like cockroaches. They and their hate are hard to kill.
Wilson followed the Vorherrschaft Division, and National Socialist Movement, which are active on the social media Telegram. Wilson was active in those groups online.
Timothy Wilson apparently had several targets in mind, from a school with many black students to a mosque and a synagogue. He settled on the local hospital after a stay at home order was issued, because he believed that the COVID-19 outbreak was a plan by Jews to “destroy our people.”
“If you don’t think this whole thing was engineered by Jews as a power grab here is more proof of their plans. Jews have been playing the long game we are the only ones standing in their way.” Timothy Wilson to informant
When the city of Belton issued a “stay at home” order, Wilson decided to act. The city had to battle erroneous social media posts that claimed police were requiring paperwork if people were outside.
All of that likely fed Wilson’s agenda to blow up the hospital and cause as many casualties as possible.
The FBI is still investigating the incident, since FBI agents were involved in the shooting.
Featured photo: Timothy Wilson screenshot via Facebook