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Marine veteran who killed 12 in California bar served in brutal Afghanistan province, may have had PTSD

FOXNews.com Friday, 9 November 2018
Marine veteran who killed 12 in California bar served in brutal Afghanistan province, may have had PTSDAs hundreds mourn the death of 12 people savagely gunned down inside a California bar Wednesday night, law enforcement seeks a motive for the senseless massacre at the hands of a former Marine who months before had been cleared by a mental health professional.
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News video: California shooting suspect was troubled ex-Marine machine gunner

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The man suspected of killing 12 people in a Southern California bar was a decorated Marine Corps machine gunner who served in Afghanistan and later exhibited signs of instability that came to the attention of police, authorities said on Thursday. Jane Lanhee Lee reports.

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