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Dallas Federal Courthouse Suspected Shooter Shot Dead: Brian Clyde Biography, Wiki, Age, Fast Facts You Need to Know, Videos

Brian Clyde Biography

 

Brian Issack Clyde was a young boy of age 22 years old who was died shortly after exchanging gunfire with officers outside the Earle Cabell Federal Building.

Clyde write on her account of  social media to be a veteran of the US Army, and a report from the Department of Defense on the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act website obtained by the Dallas Morning News shows that Clyde was on active duty with the Army from August 10, 2015, through February 17, 2017.

He posted several pictures of weapons, including a photo of a knife and one of a gun, which he captioned: ‘Identity crisis’.

In one status posted on June 9, he threatened that a ‘storm was coming’, and appeared to be trying to get retribution on those who had wronged him.

Brian Clyde Biography

Videos of Shooting Shows He wears mask Body Armor Jacket

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The video from Fox 4 shows the suspect near the federal courthouse carrying what looks like a rifle. The active shooter suspect fired shots at the Earle Cabell Federal Building.
Above, you can watch a second video that shows the gunman and captures the sounds of gunfire. Fox 4 also reported that another video from Brown shows the suspect being loaded into an ambulance.
He was ultimately pronounced dead.

On Facebook, the Gunman Posted Photos of Ammo & Wrote About Defending ‘the Modern Republic’

Clyde posted a photo of a sword and the caption, “A modern gladius to defend the modern Republic.” It appeared you could see the sword hanging from his belt in the photos taken of the shooter at the scene. He wrote this about gun shows:

“Behold my paste,” Clyde wrote on Facebook the day before the shooting. The caption was accompanied by a photo of his bare legs.
His page is filled with weapons pictures.
The photo of ammo was accompanied by a caption that references cosplay. “No cosplay for me for A Kon because i decided to finish getting all of my mags. 2 40 rounders and 8 30 rounders total. A tad bit late though since everyone is going over to 7.62 nato because level 4 plates are now widely available and affordable and will stop almost anything,” he wrote.


He posted a picture of a weapon in April, writing, “It’s so trashy, I want twenty of them.”
On June12, he published a handwritten drawing that read, “In this state, I am in a realm of Euphoria, not because of a false god but because I am enlightened.”
 

Brian Clyde Age

He was 22 years old.


Fast Facts You Need to Know

  • Brian Issack Clyde, 22, was fatally shot after exchanging gunfire with federal officers outside the Earle Cabell Federal Building in Dallas
  • Police said no one else was injured in the 8.50am encounter on Monday
  • Dallas Morning News photographer Tom Fox said he saw the shooter, wearing a black mask open fire, cracking the glass in the courthouse door
  • Video shows a man in a black mask carrying a gun running from the sidewalk near the courthouse to a parking lot across the street
  • Police were seen tending to Clyde in a parking lot outside the courthouse
  • Federal agents have asked anyone with information about Clyde or the incident to call 1-800-CALLFBI. People can submit video and photographs at tips.fbi.gov 

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Dallas Federal Courthouse Suspected Shooter Shot Dead: Brian Clyde Biography, Wiki, Age, Fast Facts You Need to Know, Videos

Brian Clyde Biography

 

Brian Issack Clyde was a young boy of age 22 years old who was died shortly after exchanging gunfire with officers outside the Earle Cabell Federal Building.

Clyde write on her account of  social media to be a veteran of the US Army, and a report from the Department of Defense on the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act website obtained by the Dallas Morning News shows that Clyde was on active duty with the Army from August 10, 2015, through February 17, 2017.

He posted several pictures of weapons, including a photo of a knife and one of a gun, which he captioned: ‘Identity crisis’.

In one status posted on June 9, he threatened that a ‘storm was coming’, and appeared to be trying to get retribution on those who had wronged him.

Brian Clyde Biography

Videos of Shooting Shows He wears mask Body Armor Jacket

Go Down for All Videos


The video from Fox 4 shows the suspect near the federal courthouse carrying what looks like a rifle. The active shooter suspect fired shots at the Earle Cabell Federal Building.
Above, you can watch a second video that shows the gunman and captures the sounds of gunfire. Fox 4 also reported that another video from Brown shows the suspect being loaded into an ambulance.
He was ultimately pronounced dead.

On Facebook, the Gunman Posted Photos of Ammo & Wrote About Defending ‘the Modern Republic’

Clyde posted a photo of a sword and the caption, “A modern gladius to defend the modern Republic.” It appeared you could see the sword hanging from his belt in the photos taken of the shooter at the scene. He wrote this about gun shows:

“Behold my paste,” Clyde wrote on Facebook the day before the shooting. The caption was accompanied by a photo of his bare legs.
His page is filled with weapons pictures.
The photo of ammo was accompanied by a caption that references cosplay. “No cosplay for me for A Kon because i decided to finish getting all of my mags. 2 40 rounders and 8 30 rounders total. A tad bit late though since everyone is going over to 7.62 nato because level 4 plates are now widely available and affordable and will stop almost anything,” he wrote.


He posted a picture of a weapon in April, writing, “It’s so trashy, I want twenty of them.”
On June12, he published a handwritten drawing that read, “In this state, I am in a realm of Euphoria, not because of a false god but because I am enlightened.”
 

Brian Clyde Age

He was 22 years old.


Fast Facts You Need to Know

  • Brian Issack Clyde, 22, was fatally shot after exchanging gunfire with federal officers outside the Earle Cabell Federal Building in Dallas
  • Police said no one else was injured in the 8.50am encounter on Monday
  • Dallas Morning News photographer Tom Fox said he saw the shooter, wearing a black mask open fire, cracking the glass in the courthouse door
  • Video shows a man in a black mask carrying a gun running from the sidewalk near the courthouse to a parking lot across the street
  • Police were seen tending to Clyde in a parking lot outside the courthouse
  • Federal agents have asked anyone with information about Clyde or the incident to call 1-800-CALLFBI. People can submit video and photographs at tips.fbi.gov