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– Vet in Navy Yard shooting had troubled past (FOX News, Sep 17, 2013):
Aaron Alexis, the Navy vet suspected in the killing of 12 people at Washington’s Navy Yard, had a troubled past that included two previous arrests involving shootings and a “history of misconduct” in the Navy.
Alexis, who friends described as a convert to Buddhism, was arrested in Fort Worth in 2010 after firing a gun into his neighbor’s apartment, leaving her “terrified,” according to a police report.
In addition, he was arrested in 2004 in Seattle for shooting out the tires of a construction worker’s car in an incident he later described as “an anger-fueled blackout.”
He also told Seattle police he had witnessed the Sep. 11, 2001 terrorist attack and “how these events had disturbed him,” according to a police report.
Alexis’ father told police in 2004 his son had participated in rescue efforts during 9/11 and had suffered post traumatic stress disorder. This could not be independently confirmed.
– Authorities identify seven of the 12 people killed in Navy Yard shooting (Washington Post, Sep 17, 2013)
– Alexis had ‘secret clearance’ – employer (IOL News, Sep 17, 2013):
Washington – Aaron Alexis, the 34-year-old suspect in Monday’s shooting rampage at the Washington Navy Yard, had “secret” clearance and was assigned to start working there as a civilian contractor with a military-issued ID card, his firm’s chief executive told Reuters.
“He did have a secret clearance. And he did have a CAC (common access card),” said Thomas Hoshko, CEO of The Experts, which was helping service the Navy Marine Corps Intranet as a subcontractor for HP Enterprise Services, part of Hewlett-Packard.
– Navy Yard shooting: AR-15, the weapon of choice — again (CNN, Sep 17, 2013):
It has been called the most popular rifle in America, and it’s back in the spotlight after Monday’s shooting at the Navy Yard: The AR-15.
Authorities said when Aaron Alexis unleashed a barrage of bullets Monday, he was carrying a rifle and a handgun. But he did most of the shooting with the weapon used in so many other rampages that shocked the nation:
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