Gunman cased baseball field for weeks before opening fire at June congressional baseball practice - Washington Post

Washington PostGunman cased baseball field for weeks before opening fire at June congressional baseball practiceWashington PostThe Illinois man who in June opened fire on Republican members of Congress at a baseball practice in Alexandria had “cased the field” for weeks and was spotted watching the lawmakers play the day before the shooting rampage, according to a new report ...and more »

New Report Offers New Revelations Surround GOP Baseball Shooter - Western Journalism

Western JournalismNew Report Offers New Revelations Surround GOP Baseball ShooterWestern JournalismThe shooting that took place against a group of GOP lawmakers in June during a congressional baseball practice was an “act of terrorism,” according to a new report by Alexandria Commonwealth Attorney Bryan Porter. The report, “Use of Force ...and more »

Congressional baseball shooter fired at least 70 rounds, cased area for months - CNN

CNNCongressional baseball shooter fired at least 70 rounds, cased area for monthsCNN(CNN) The shooting at a congressional baseball practice in June and the methods of the gunman behind it are described in the starkest detail yet in a report released Friday by Virginia officials. Scalise to throw out first pitch at Nationals' ...and more »

Shooter Fired 70 Rounds at Lawmakers' Baseball Practice - Newser

NewserShooter Fired 70 Rounds at Lawmakers' Baseball PracticeNewserEquipment and medical bags are seen on the baseball field in Alexandria, Va., Wednesday, June 14, 2017, after a shooting where House Majority Whip Steve Scalise of La., and others were shot during a congressional... (AP Photo/Alex Brandon). (Newser) ...and more »

Report: More than 40 rounds fired to subdue Scalise shooter - USA TODAY

USA TODAYReport: More than 40 rounds fired to subdue Scalise shooterUSA TODAYALEXANDRIA, Va. — Officers from the U.S. Capitol Police and Alexandria police department fired more than 40 rounds to subdue and eventually kill the man who shot and wounded Congressman Steve Scalise and others on a northern Virginia ballfield, ...and more »

Gunman who shot Rep. Scalise 'cased' ballfield for weeks and... - Politix

PolitixGunman who shot Rep. Scalise 'cased' ballfield for weeks and...PolitixThe Illinois man who in June opened fire on Republican members of Congress - including Majority Whip Steve Scalise - at baseball practice in Northern Virginia was spotted watching the lawmakers play the day before the shooting, according to a report ...and more »

Hodgkinson 'fueled by rage,' says report recounting his congressional attack - Belleville News-Democrat

Hodgkinson 'fueled by rage,' says report recounting his congressional attackBelleville News-DemocratA new report in Alexandria, Va. recounts the final moments of James T. Hodgkinson's life and says police were justified in fatally shooting the congressional assailant from Belleville on June 14. The report states that Hodkinson was “fueled by rage ...and more »

Report Shows Gunman Casing Baseball Field Weeks Before Congress Attack - NECN

NECNReport Shows Gunman Casing Baseball Field Weeks Before Congress AttackNECNPolice and other first responders block East Monroe Ave. in Alexandria, Va., Wednesday, June 14, 2017, after a shooting involving House Majority Whip Steve Scalise of La, at a congressional baseball practice. A prosecutor's report has found that ...and more »

Shooting of Congressional Baseball Gunman Justificative - Week Facts

Week FactsShooting of Congressional Baseball Gunman JustificativeWeek FactsThe shooter who assaulted GOP administrators at a baseball rehearse in June had beforehand gone by the training field before going ahead to flame “no less than 70 rounds” at legislators, as indicated by an official report discharged Friday that ...and more »

Alexandria Congressional Shooting: Deadly Force Against Gunman Lawful: Report - Patch.com

Patch.comAlexandria Congressional Shooting: Deadly Force Against Gunman Lawful: ReportPatch.comThe Commonwealth's Attorney says police's use of deadly force against the Congressional baseball shooter was justified. By Emily Leayman (Patch Staff) - Updated Oct 6, 2017 3:24 pm ET. 0. Alexandria Congressional Shooting: Deadly Force Against ...and more »

Congressional baseball shooter was 'casing' field days before attack - Politico

PoliticoCongressional baseball shooter was 'casing' field days before attackPoliticoThe gunman who attacked GOP lawmakers at a baseball practice in June had previously visited the practice field before going on to fire "at least 70 rounds" at lawmakers, according to an official report released Friday that found police officers were ...and more »

New Report: GOP Baseball Suspect Committed 'Act Of Terrorism' 'Fueled By Rage Against Republican Legislators' - The Daily Caller

New Report: GOP Baseball Suspect Committed 'Act Of Terrorism' 'Fueled By Rage Against Republican Legislators'The Daily CallerThe left-wing Bernie Sanders supporter who opened fire on a crowd of Republican congressmen in June intentionally committed an “act of terrorism” that was “fueled by rage against Republican legislators,” according to a new report released by the state ...and more »

Commonwealth's Attorney Finds Use Of Deadly Force In June 14 Shooting Justified - Alexandrianews.org

Alexandrianews.orgCommonwealth's Attorney Finds Use Of Deadly Force In June 14 Shooting JustifiedAlexandrianews.orgAlexandria Commonwealth's Attorney Bryan Porter today released his review of the June 14 shooting at Simpson Field in which he finds the use of deadly force by U.S. Capitol police officers and Alexandria police officers to be justified. The report ...and more »

Prosecutor: Alexandria baseball shooting an act of terrorism; lethal force justified - WTOP

Prosecutor: Alexandria baseball shooting an act of terrorism; lethal force justifiedWTOPWASHINGTON — Alexandria's top prosecutor says police were legally justified in using deadly force against the man who shot House Majority Whip Steve Scalise and four others during a congressional baseball practice in June — an attack the prosecutor ...and more »