Yes,and any rational person has no choice but to conclude that this will eventually happen. You and I both know people who wouldn't take this type of thing lightly if it were to happen to them or their family members,and these people are perfectly capable of "going hunting",and taking this fight to the "enemy". People who these Feeb punks can't visualize in their worst nightmares,as they are all the unfit rejects of the military who didn't have what it takes to make in in the real "special" units. You don't do this crap to people like that without having to face the consequences. Sooner or later,there are going to be federal agents starting to dissapear,or "die in tragic drive-by shootings".
The sad part is that is jut half of the tragedy. These agents are just "useful tools/fools" of their bosses,who were used to create a situation where the bosses can jusify calling a national emergency,and confiscating guns and nullifying the Bill of Rights in other ways. After all,the "Office of Reich Security" is already in place,along with the so-called "Patriots Act". All they need is a mission to justify their existance. This will provide it for them.
The politicians and the media will be going on a 24/7 rampage about how "dangerous it is to allow these deadly weapons to remain in the hands of these domestic terrorists who are murdering federal agents for no reason at all." The politicians and bureaucrats are happy because they have "played the nuts" perfectly,and were able to create a situation they could exploit. It remains to be seen how happy they will remain when/if some of these same scarey people decide to go after the bosses instead of the slaves. Some will no doubt leap with joy when they hear of one of their opponets getting killed,while serving as a propaganda tool at the same time.
Don't say this can't happen in America,as it already has. This is how the FBI got their start. Sending out hit teams to murder "public enemies" who were robbing banks.
And so it begins,the "American Revolution,Part-2".
I'd better hurry up, before reality overtakes fiction.