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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.