Federal investigators say the man who shot up a congressional baseball practice last week had a piece of paper with the names of six members Congress. The FBI said in a press conference this morning that James Hodgkinson's note had no "context to it" and the agency did not release the names of the lawmakers.
FBI Special Agent Timothy Slater said that Hodgkinson acted alone and did not make any threats to lawmakers before he opened fire at the ball field in Alexandria, VA. Slater said they searched through his social media accounts and that while he did make anti-Republican posts, none of the posts were considered to be threats.
The FBI added that a thorough background check of Hodgkinson revealed no mental health issues, but did reveal he had "anger management issues." Hodgkinson also kept a storage locker in Alexandria that he visited on a near-daily basis. In it, investigators say they found over two-hundred rounds of ammunition that were used in a modified assault rifle and handgun during last Wednesday's shooting.