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Witness video captures gunshots at Republican congressional baseball practice

Witness Noah Nathan captured gunshots in a video, while in a dog park next to the park where Republican members of Congress were practicing for the congressional baseball game. Several people were injured, including Rep. Steve Scalise.
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Witness Noah Nathan captured gunshots in a video, while in a dog park next to the park where Republican members of Congress were practicing for the congressional baseball game. Several people were injured, including Rep. Steve Scalise.

FBI agents investigating James T. Hodgkinson, the 66-year-old Belleville-area man accused of shooting a congressman on Wednesday in Alexandria, Va., want to hear from anyone who has any information about Hodgkinson, who died after he was wounded in a shootout with police.

The public can call the FBI’s Washington, D.C. office at 202-278-2000 or call 1-800-225-5324 and select option 1 to report information about Hodgkinson.

Hodgkinson was a home inspector who heavily criticized Republicans and President Donald Trump on Facebook and in letters to the editor to the News-Democrat.

GOP Congressman Steve Scalise of Louisiana is one of the shooting victims and was listed in critical condition on Thursday.

The shooting occurred in a park where Republican congressmen were practicing for the annual congressional baseball game scheduled for Thursday night.

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