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FBI finds gunman in Dayton, Ohio, rampage was obsessed with violence

Reuters Tuesday, 6 August 2019
The gunman who killed his sister and eight other people in Dayton, Ohio, before he was slain by police had a history of violent obsessions and had previously mused about committing mass murder, an FBI official said on Tuesday.
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News video: Ohio shooting suspect explored "violent ideologies" -FBI

Ohio shooting suspect explored "violent ideologies" -FBI 01:05

FBI agent Todd Wickerham says the suspected gunman in the Dayton, Ohio, weekend shooting that killed nine people was exploring violent ideologies but it was unclear whether that influenced his actions. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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