Bill And Hillary Airport Boss Killed In Shootout With Feds

 March 22, 2024

The Daily Mail reported that a high-level official at Little Rock Arkansas' Bill and Hillary Clinton was killed in a shootout this week as federal authorities raided his home. 

According to the paper, 53-year-old Bryan Malinowski was at his house at around 6:00 a.m. on Tuesday morning when agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) attempted to execute a search warrant.

Malinowski died two days after being shot in the head

Gunfire is said to have erupted from inside the home, causing one of the agents to sustain a non-life-threatening wound.

The agent's colleagues responded by returning fire and struck Malinowski in the head. He was taken to hospital and passed away two days later.

Shea De Bruyn was one of Malinowski's neighbors, and in an interview with NBC affiliate KARK she recalled waking up to the sound of gunfire.

"My heart was racing, and the dogs were barking. I'm just really curious as to what was going on just a few houses down," Bruyn recalled.

ATF alleges that Malinowski illegally resold firearms

The Daily Mail noted that for their part, members of Malinowski's family put out a statement following his death, saying,  "Even if the allegations in the affidavit are true, they don’t begin to justify what happened."

"At worst, Bryan Malinowski, a gun owner and gun enthusiast, stood accused of making private firearm sales to a person who may not have been legally entitled to purchase the guns," the statement added.

The Daily Mail cited the search warrant for Malinowski's home, which alleged that the ATF began its investigation after Canadian authorities received intelligence from an informant regarding the source of some crime guns.

The warrant alleges that Malinowski would purchase firearms legally from federally licensed dealers and then resell them at gun shows without asking for identification.

It further maintains that Malinowski bought and sold some 150 firearms between May 2021 and last month, one of which ended up in the hands of a 15-year-old California gang member.

Brother of deceased blames ATF

Matthew Malinowski is the deceased's brother, and he told Fox News, "It's all speculation at this point. I got a feeling that he bought something he shouldn't have. That's the only thing I can think of."

However, Matthew also voiced criticism of how the ATF had handled the matter, telling NBC News, "There's something fishy here."

"The ATF went after him in the worst possible way. There's no reason why they couldn't have arrested him at work at the airport. Something stinks to high hell," Matthew Malinowski added.

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