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It Has Happened Before Intruder Causes Security Breach At The White House By Jumping Fence

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Intruder, 23, who calls himself 'American slave' jumping the fence at the White House and does so in the North Lawn before being taken by watchdog Dominic Adesanya, 23, of Bel Air, Maryland, was taken into custody of the Secret Service White House was placed in confinement for about an hour and a half Adesanya was arrested at the White House before, according to his father Incident occurs on the same day that a Canadian soldier was shot dead and the Parliament of Canada and parts of downtown Ottawa placed in confinement A Maryland man jumped the fence of the White House and ran north garden, before being submitted Wednesday night. Dominic Adesanya, 23, stood on the North Lawn around 19:16, gesticulating and lifting his shirt, before being taken by K-9 units and submitted by the Secret Service. His father spoke to ABC 2 and Adesanya said had been arrested at the White House before and that the family had tried to get him help. On the lawn, Adesanya kicked a Secret Service K-9 unit that ran to him before another dog wrestled to the ground and he was taken into custody. "Dogs have it," a spokesman for the Secret Service told Reuters after the incident. The White House was put in confinement for a little over an hour, but it was evacuated. Last message Adesanya Instagram on Tuesday showed I Voted sticker subtitled 'Voted for this #ImpeachObama B'. Other photos show him in action Stevenson University track and field, or showing off his shirtless physique selfies. Talking to ABC 2, Adesanya's father said his son had been arrested at the White House before and wanted to talk to the president about how people were after him. He also seemed to have an obsession with the Rothschild family, in particular, Nathaniel Philip Rothschild, the Swiss financial born in Britain. In a page with zero LinkedIn connections, rather than a job, described himself as an "American slave 'and rants about the Rothschild banking family. Pending Nathaniel Philip Rothschild and his father; Nathaniel Charles Jacob Rothschild-fourth Baron Rothschild to let me go 'his profile states. Adesanya was reported to be unarmed at the time of his arrest and was taken to hospital. Two dogs of the security detail were taken to a veterinarian for their injuries. The incident comes a time when tensions and security concerns are high. This morning, a Canadian soldier was shot dead at the National War Memorial in Ottawa before gunman Michael Zehaf-Bibeauinto was shot dead by the sergeant at arms. Born Joseph Michael Hall, news agencies reported Zehaf-Bibeau had recently converted to Islam, although authorities have not said that there is a connection to any extremist group. He had recently been designated a "traveling high risk" and had taken his passport, according to a Globe and Mail reporter. Parliament of Canada and parts of downtown Ottawa were placed in confinement. Two days earlier, Martin Rouleau Couture struck and killed a Canadian soldier in Quebec City to Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, wounding another. Canadian authorities said the attack was deliberate and linked to previous attempts Rouleau Couture-ISIS to join in the struggle in the Middle East. In July, police seized his passport while attempting to travel to Turkey and made ​​Facebook posts indicated that he wanted to join the fight against Islamic extremist group in Syria and Iraq. Adesanya is the seventh person who has done over the fence this year. In September, a veteran of the Iraq war Omar Gonzalez made over the fence and into the White House itself carry a knife before an off-duty officer subjected him. Race to the White House González came just after another bridge climbed the fence in a Pikachu hat and carrying a stuffed Pokemon character. The man surrendered after members of the Secret Service trained their guns on him and ordered him to the ground. Gonzalez incident, along with several scandals that have plagued the Secret Service recently led to the resignat...