Federal Bureau of Investigation agents found a cellphone, laptop computer, and a camera inside the van after the shooting at the congressional baseball game practice, MSN reports. In 2012, he protested outside the local post office, carrying a sign reading "Tax the Rich".
SHAPIRO: I understand the wife of the shooter spoke to reporters for the first time since the attack.
"It's really nice. The school, especially, has grown a lot since I arrived", he said.
"He would just sit and stare at the Golf Channel", she said. "She had no idea he felt as strong as he did", Wagner said.
That much was obvious, in her body language and her answers to reporters.
Hodgkinson said her husband left their home in a rural area outside St. Louis two months ago saying only that he wanted to go to Washington to "work with people to change the tax brackets".
She added her husband hadn't told her much before he left, but he made clear plans to leave, selling nearly everything he owned from his businesses.
Suzanne Hodgkinson also said she wished the journalists who came to town would leave.
The FBI has already recovered two weapons: a 9 mm handgun and a 7.62 caliber rifle. Police say the guns were legal, and he carried the required Illinois Firearm Owner's Identification card.
The FBI said the shooter's white van has been processed. And that vehicle was parked across from the scene of the shooting. "People say weird things all the time". We know that he had a criminal record. The charges were eventually dropped.
But Kaiser went on to say he never expected to see the shock on one customer's face yesterday. It was not immediately clear if she thought her husband's move was temporary. Here's what she said. "I think the members of the Capitol Police did just that".
"I visited Steve, his wife, and his family in the hospital as he continues to fight for his recovery". And people are pretty good around here.
Rolling into one of these incidents, your adrenaline is pumping but you hope - and we hope as leaders - that the men and women act as they're trained.
When Hodgkinson refused to stop, Schaumleffel called the sheriff's department.
Posts from previous year show he was adamantly opposed to Clinton, and, after the election, to President Donald Trump.
"It was more than the average person who had maybe voted for Hillary".
"He would get politically aggressive".
"I don't have a message, I don't know anything about this, I can't help you all".