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>> The FBI on Wednesday saying James T Hodgkinson, the gunman who opened fire on Congressional Republicans in a Virginia baseball field, kept a storage locker with more than 200 rounds of ammunition. And had a list of names in his pocket the day of the shooting.>> On the shooter we found a piece of paper that contained the names of six members of Congress.
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No context was included on this paper. However, a view of the shooters web searches, in the months prior to the shooting, revealed only a cursory of two cursory search, that is, of two of those members.>> Hodgkinson fired more than 60 rounds from a semi-automatic rifle and hand gun, he had legally purchased.
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Seriously injuring House Majority Whip, Steve Scalise and four others last week in Alexandria. Authorities saying the event not terror related.>> Acting alone, the shooter aimed his weapon in the vicinity of where members of Congress and staffers were standing.>> Hodgkinson, killed at the scene by police gunfire.
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An unemployed home inspector, Hodgkinson traveled from Illinois to Virginia in March, where he lived out of his car in the parking lot of a local YMCA, keeping a storage locker in Alexandria where the ammunition was found. The FBI adding, he was known to have an anger management problem, was on medication and struggling in his marriage.
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He left a string of social media rants, blasting Republicans and President Donald Trump. Scalise remains hospitalized in serious condition. A congressional aide, lobbyists and two capital police officers were also injured.