GOP Shooter Had List of House Republicans' Names

Alvin Kelly
June 18, 2017

"I had no idea this was going to happen, and I don't know what to say about it", she said with difficulty, through tears.

Democrats and Republicans from the Senate and the House of Representatives traded suits and ties for cleats and caps Thursday at Nationals Park, the home of the U.S. capital's team. Capitol Police said they had "no evidence to suggest that the purchases were not lawful".

The gunman was believed to have harbored unfavorable views toward Republicans at large, including President Donald Trump.

To that I might add, "even if protecting your citizenship is done over the bodies of Canadian after Canadian after Canadian". She says she learned her husband was involved when she received a call from a news reporter.

Asked about her husband's decision to leave for an extended period of time, Hodgkinson said that her daughter and two-year-old granddaughter had recently moved home.

Hodgkinson, who was killed by police during the rampage, contacted both of his state's Democratic senators frequently, spokesmen said Friday.

Members of Congress were practising for a game that was scheduled for Thursday night at Nationals Park, CNN reported.

I am not sure I can parse Clyburn's critique, but I think it is sufficient to say that someone who falsely alleged that he was subjected to racist epithets is no position to complain about "people saying anything they want to say".

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Earlier today, Congressman Steve Scalise underwent a second surgery related to his internal injuries and a broken bone in his leg.

Lobbyist Matt Mika was shot multiple times and remains hospitalized. He was shot by a responding officer and later died from his wounds.

Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Tim Slater said the Federal Bureau of Investigation needs the public's help in piecing together Hodgkinson's whereabouts and activities while he was in Alexandria.

No staff members noticed any "inappropriate or unusual behavior" and no one complained about him, the YMCA said.

Richard Wagner, chief deputy of the St. Clair County, Ill., Sheriff's Dept., said there was nothing in Hodgkinson's record that would prevent him from legally owning firearms in IL.

Officials were aware Hodgkinson was living out of a white cargo van in Alexandria for months and was seen showering and working on a computer at a nearby YMCA. "He was just a very calm, rational person, I thought", he said. Also hurt but released from hospitals were two Capitol Police officers, David Bailey and Crystal Griner, and House GOP aide Zack Barth.

Among the questions investigators are looking to answer: How did Hodgkinson know about the congressional baseball practice, and was he targeting anyone specifically?

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