Florida Gunman’s Airport Shooting May Face Death Penalty

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On Jan 7, 2017, during approximately 6:20 p.m. EST, Wilfredo Ferrer, United States Attorney Miami District, announced a 26-year-old Florida gunman’s assign competence ascent from being a aroused airfield act to a genocide chastisement after sharpened several people in that 5 people have died progressing yesterday morning.

United States Army veteran, Esteban Santiago, has been identified as a gunman who faces probable genocide chastisement charges after he expelled a tide of bullets during a container explain core inside Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation settled that a 26-year-old Alaskan proprietor spoke to officials per his mental health weeks before a incident. He was compulsory to palm in his firearm, bear a psych evaluation, that he did, and in return, he perceived his weapon. The Florida gunman was means to recover his firearm approximately 7 days later.

According to a matter by Aberdeen News,

The packaged firearm upheld all education to be inside baggage; it was legal, a correct distance and in a right form of case.

Since a Florida gunman passed a compulsory testing, authorities could not envision a eventuality during a airport. Local authorities are in hopes that a shooter’s charges will include the genocide penalty.

Written by Jhayla D. Walls
Edited by Cathy Milne


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