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FBI Updates Public on Investigation of Navy Yard Shooting

The FBI is updating the public on it's investigation into the Navy Yard Shooting.
The FBI is updating the public on it's investigation into the Navy Yard Shooting. 

The 34 year old gunmen is not believed to have targeted any specific individuals when he opened fire last week and he knew he might be killed during the attack.

New evidence coming to light about the Navy Yard gunman and words carved into the stock of his shotgun.

"Etched into the barrel of the shotgun were the words "end to the torment".  Into the right side receiver were the words "not what y'all say".  Etched into the left side were the phrases "better off this way" and "my elf weapon"."

The FBI confirming Aaron Alexis acted alone and he may have thought he was being controlled by extremely low frequency or ELF electromagnetic waves.

"A document retrieved from the electronic media stated 'ultra low frequency attack is what I've been subject to for the last 3 months and to be perfectly honest, that is what has driven me to this.'"

The Department of Defense also addressing the shooting, detailing 3 DOD reviews currently taking place as a result of the tragedy.  2 will evaluate physical security access at department installations and look at the security clearance process.

"We need to know how an employee was able to bring a weapon and ammunition onto a DOD installation."

A 3rd, by the Navy, will include a physical review of security at all Navy and Marine Corps installations.

A comprehensive report on all these DOD investigations will be given to the Secretary of Defense by December 20th.
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