One Federal Protective Service officer was killed and another was wounded in a drive-by shooting as they stood guard at the Ronald V. Dellums Federal Building in downtown Oakland during protests on Friday night. “An individual inside the vehicle began firing gunshots at contract security officers for the Federal Protective Service of the Department of Homeland Security,” FBI San Francisco said in a statement. DHS Acting Deputy Secretary Ken Cuccinelli on Saturday deemed the killing an act of “domestic terrorism.” Around 7,500 protesters were demonstrating against the police-custody killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis when the gunfire erupted. There were several reports of vandalism across the city of Oakland, including assaults on police officers, arson and looting—and 22 people were arrested.
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