President Donald J. Trump’s military security force on Saturday engaged two intruders who tripped a Mar-a-Lago proximity alarm on the Lake Worth Lagoon side of the estate, Mar-a-Lago sources told Real Raw News.

At approximately 2:00 a.m., sensors detected human movement near the estate’s tennis courts, which ought to have been devoid of activity at that hour. The US Navy SEALs protecting Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Command Center determined that two unknowns had surfaced from the shallow lagoon and climbed the wall onto Trump’s property.

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The SEALs immediately fanned out to flank the intruders, who by then were slinking behind palm trees and sticking to the shadows, trying to evade the spread of floodlights that suddenly illuminated the expansive estate. Now visible on camera, the unknowns, dressed in wetsuits, were circuitously moving toward the main building, but the SEALs, receiving updates from the security center, intercepted them and commanded them to drop what they were holding and put up their hands.

Instead of surrendering, one unsealed a waterproof pouch and pulled out a pistol.

A SEAL sniper atop a roof put a round in his head.

Meanwhile, the second unknown spun around and sprinted to the lagoon while unzipping a pouch in his left hand. He managed a few long strides before realizing he was surrounded and could not escape.

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When the SEALs ordered him to put his weapon on the ground, he put the barrel in his mouth, curled his finger around the trigger, and blew out his brains.

Besides weapons, the assailants had pouches holding an SD card reader, USB cables, and locksmith tools.

Source: realrawnews.com