Baseball Gunman Was Headed Home

Pierre Vaugeois
Juin 19, 2017

Hard to imagine what else it could be, but the 66-year-old gunman was shot and killed by DC police, so he is not available to shed light on the list for us. Authorities were investigating Hodgkinson's social media posts, a cellphone, computer and camera taken from his van. What did she say?

"I don't have a message, I don't know anything about this, I can't help you all".

"You have people on both sides but everyone gets along", said Hatch.

After the two became acquainted, Euille said, Hodgkinson started asking about where to go for breakfast, for happy hours in the evening and for weekend activities. "Violence of any kind is unacceptable in our society and I condemn this action in the strongest possible terms", Mr Sanders said in a statement.

He frequented the YMCA location right next to the baseball diamond in the Del Ray neighborhood of Alexandria, and even went there the morning of the shooting.

She said she wasn't sure if there had been a catalyst for him leaving. Capitol Police said they had "no evidence to suggest that the purchases were not lawful". Zack Barth, a congressional aide, was shot in the calf, treated and released from a hospital.

Suzanne Hodgkinson, who lives in Belleville, Ill., claims she had "no idea" her husband was going to shoot people at the field, according to the Belleville News-Democrat. "It's Time to Destroy Trump & Co.", Hodgkinson wrote in a March 22 post.

"He entered the room, spoke with Scalise's family, and sat by his bedside with Mrs. Trump", White House spokesman Sean Spicer said.

Kristina Scrimshaw, a bartender at the Pork Barrel BBQ restaurant a few blocks from the shooting scene, said Hodgkinson had become something of a regular in recent weeks. He always drank alone, and always drank cans of Budweiser - sometimes just one, sometimes as many as six, said Kristina Scrimshaw, a bartender at the restaurant. "He was just a very calm, rational person, I thought".

"I just want to let people know he wasn't evil, just exhausted of some of politics going on", a friend of Hodgkinson said.

"I was under the impression he was going down there to protest", said his niece, Michelle Travous.

After getting out of a black SUV that drove down Rolling Hills Lane from the Hodgkinson home, Sue Hodgkinson stood next to a federal agent in front of a gaggle of reporters.

But there were no signs of violent sentiments on his Facebook page.

He was a supporter of former Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders and is believed to have volunteered for his campaign. On Behind the Headlines on St. Louis on the Air, host Don Marsh speaks with GOP Rep. Mike Bost and Belleville-News Democrat Dana Rieck about it.

"Most of the bartenders here are women", and he "came off a little creepy, apparently."

In 2006, found himself in a situation involving domestic battery and unlawful discharge of a shotgun, when he punched a woman in the face then used the wooden stock of a 12-gauge shotgun to hit the boyfriend.

Scalise, who was reportedly shot in the hip, underwent surgery on Wednesday morning.

The investigation into why Hodgkinson opened fire is ongoing. He was squeezing off five or six rounds at a time, according to the report of the incident, and fired about 50 shots in all. The St. Clair County Sheriff's Department responded.

The deputy cautioned Hodgkinson about shooting around homes, given that the rounds can travel up to a mile.

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