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Aaron Alexis, Texas Man, Identified as Suspect in Washington Navy Yard Shooting: Reports

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Monday, 16 September 2013

Aaron Alexis, Texas Man, Identified as Suspect in Washington Navy Yard Shooting: ReportsAaron Alexis, a 34-year-old Texas man, was identified as the alleged gunman in the mass shooting in Washington D.C., and he used a former employee’s identification card to get into the Washington Navy Yard, it was reported

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Source: The Wall Street Journal - on September 17, 2013

News video: Navy Yard Shooting Suspect Had Record of Gun Use

Navy Yard Shooting Suspect Had Record of Gun Use

Aaron Alexis, the 34-year-old suspect killed in the U.S. Navy Yard shooting spree, had at least two earlier brushes with the law involving guns that led to the end of his four-year Navy career in 2011. Dion Nissenbaum reports. Photo: AP.

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