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mohammed yousef abdul aziz the shooter suspected of killing five u. s. servicemen suffered from depression according to a statement from his family they offered condolences to the victims' loved ones saying they're shocked and that their sons pain found expression in a heinous act reuters reporter richard valve minus has the details from chattanooga his friends also said that he occasionally used marijuana and alcohol to relieve stress and struggle to reconcile this with this islamic faith , abdul aziz a kuwaiti born u. s. citizen was shot by police after firing into a military recruiting office and naval reserve center in chattanooga on thursday the marine corps has now closed all recruiting stations within forty miles of chattanooga and told recruiters not to wear their uniforms according to the pentagon the f. b. i. is investigating the chattanooga shooting as an act of terrorism