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  • One suspect killed
  • Police claim "no active shooter scenario;" sole shooter believed to be killed
  • Six cops shot; three of them killed; one in critical condition, "fighting for his life"
  • Two injured officers with "non-life threatening injuries" in "stable condition"
  • Shooting occurred near Baton Rouge Police Department headquarters at approximately 8:40 AM
  • Shooter identified as Gavin Eugene Long, 29-year-old black male from Kansas City, MO
  • Gavin Eugene Long's YouTube account shows affinity for black nationalism/Nation of Islam

8:24 PM - Gavin Eugene Long's Twitter account identified.

8:02 PM - Two victims identified.

6:54 PM - Chuck Ross at the Daily Caller reports that Gavin Eugene Long was a black racial nationalist aligned with the narratives of the Nation of Islam and Black Liberation Theology (BLT). BLT is the same fringe sect of Christianity fused with black racial nationalism and neo-Marxism followed by Jeremiah Wright, President Barack Obama's former pastor of over twenty years in Chicago.

5:46 PM - Dead suspect Gavin Eugene Long was a Marine.

5:44 PM - Hillary Clinton's campaign releases a broad statement.

5:30 PM - FBI arrived in Baton Rouge with armored vehicles. Local law enforcement used at least one helicopter.

FBI patrol the perimeter of the crime scene in an armored vehicle where Baton Rouge police were shot, in Baton Rouge, La., Sunday, July 17, 2016. Multiple police officers were killed and wounded Sunday morning in a shooting near a gas station in Baton Rouge, less than two weeks after a black man was shot and killed by police here, sparking nightly protests across the city. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

A law enforcement helicopter flies over the crime scene where Baton Rouge police were shot, in Baton Rouge, La., Sunday, July 17, 2016. Multiple police officers were killed and wounded Sunday morning in a shooting near a gas station in Baton Rouge, less than two weeks after a black man was shot and killed by police here, sparking nightly protests across the city. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

5:15 PM - Today is the Gavin Eugene Long's birthday; he turned 29 today.

5:10 PM - President Barack Obama makes a brief statement, cautioning Americans against premature judgments about motive and warning against the politics of division. Notably, he makes no statements pushing "gun control" or racial agitation.

4:32 PM - Of the three police officers killed, two were from the Baton Rouge Police Department (BRPD) and one from East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office. Of the two BRPD officers killed, one was 41 years old with one year of service, and the other was 32 years old with ten years of service.

4:20 PM - Sheriff Sid Gautraux of the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office says the shooting is "not so much about gun control as it it about what's in men's hearts, and until we come together as a nation, as a people, to heal as a people, if we don't do that and this madness continues, we will surely perish as a people."

4:06 PM - "No active shooter scenario," says Louisiana State Police at a press conference. Also stated is that the man who shot police officers is believed to be the man who was shot and killed hours ago.

Also added is that the ongoing investigation has "a lot of moving parts."

The media is also advised to be wary of information coming from non-official sources.

4:04 PM - President Barack Obama issues a statement.

3:08 PM - ThinkProgress's "LGBT editor" Zack Ford supports the murder of police officers. ThinkProgress is the news and opinion arm of the neo-Marxist Center For American Progress (CFAP), a Clinton-operated propaganda and get-out-the-vote operation.

2:39 PM - Video of shooting; since removed from its original upload to social media. It was livestreamed on Facebook.

2:27 PM - Donald Trump indirectly indicts President Barack Obama for left-wing terrorist attacks targeting police officers, repeating his self-positioning as "the law and order candidate."

2:20 PM - CNN is spending more time discussing "open carry" laws in Louisiana than neo-Marxist racial narratives pushed by President Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and broader left-wing media and popular culture that connect with Black Lives Matter.

2:15 PM - FLASHBACK: Margaret Hoover, Sally Kohn, Sunny Hostin, and Mel Robbins push the false narrative of "Hands Up, Don't Shoot!" following the police killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO. Hostin's "I CAN'T BREATH" sign referenced the inadvertent police killing of Eric Garner in New York city, NY.

1:59 - RNC statement neglects to connect President Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, or left-wing media to murders of police officers.

1:41 PM - Rush Limbaugh's right-hand man and producer James Golden, AKA Bo Snerdley, chimes in.

1:37 PM - 911 audio: "Shots fired!"

1:29 PM - Ron Martinelli, retired San Jose police detective, describes the Black Lives Matter movement as "a revolutionary, black national[ist] Marxist movement" while speaking with Fox News Channel.

1:26 PM - Audio and video of some the shooting:

1:16 PM - Rep. Garret Graves (R-LA) tells Fox News Channel that "outside agitators" exploited the killing of Alton Sterling to foment discord.

1:15 PM - The dead suspect was walking down Airline Highway with an "assault rifle." When police arrived, the shooting began. Police are currently looking for anyone wearing army fatigues, all black or possibly a mask.

1:03 PM - FLASHBACK: Marc Lamont Hill repeats his refrain that America is plagued with "systemic racism" targeting blacks.

12:58 PM - FLASHBACK: Professional racial agitator and riot organizer Deray Mckesson consulted President Barack Obama. He also consulted Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT).

12:55 PM - FLASHBACK: Michael Eric Dyson describes an "extraordinary assault upon black life" in America, which he regularly describes as a "systematically racist" nation.

12:52 PM - Baton Rouge police report an ongoing manhunt for two more individuals. No comment is offered on the race or ethnicity of the killed suspect.

12:39 PM - "One suspect is dead," said Baton Rouge spokesperson L'Jean McNeely, adding that he believes the suspect was killed by police. Bomb squads are being deployed to check for explosives.

12:30 PM - Various takes from various persons; politicking is instant.

12:22 PM - Chuck Canterbury, National President of the Fraternal Order of Police, says Obama immediately draws conclusions about police officers as racists or racially motivated without evidence.

It's just like going all the way back to the Cambridge incident, where [Obama] sputtered off that the officers acted 'stupidly.' After the 'beer summit,' you know, he made comments that were appropriate, but it's usually the first comment after the Dallas situation, rather than immediately recognizing it as a domestic terrorist act, regardless of whether or not it was a known terrorist group... but, in contrast to that, on the Sterling situation in Baton Rouge, and on the incident in Minnesota, he had no caution that we wait for a thorough and complete investigation. He made comments of concern, and that sends the wrong message to law enforcement.

12:06 PM - CNN has confirmed that 3 police officers have been killed, with 4 others shot. The scene is described as "active, but contained."

11:59 AM - CBS affiliate WAFB reports that two officers are confirmed dead. Officials confirm that several Baton Rouge Police Officers were struck during gunfire.

11:55 AM - At least seven police officers have been shot by a man in Baton Rouge, LA on Sunday. Three of the officers are “feared dead,” according to the city’s mayor.