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Sabado, Enero 7, 2017

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Federal prosecutors document charges against Santiago, he could confront death penalty

The suspected executioner in the Ft. Lauderdale rampage, 26-year-old Esteban Santiago, was accused on Saturday of playing out a demonstration of savagery at an airplane terminal, which could procure him death penalty on the off chance that he is indicted. 

Federal prosecutors documented the charges, which incorporate infringement identified with guns, in Broward County, Florida. 

Prior, the FBI declared that Santiago evidently flew out to the air terminal with the end goal of completing the bloody rampage. 

Fear mongering may have been a "potential motivation" for the assault on Friday that killed five individuals, Special Agent in Charge George Piro said amid a news meeting, including that authorities would discharge particular charges later Saturday. 
Later toward the evening, police in Alaska said they had given back a handgun to the Florida air terminal shooting suspect which was briefly taken from him when he experienced a mental assessment before the end of last year, as per a Reuters report. 

Anchorage Police Chief Christopher Tolley said it was not instantly clear on the off chance that it was a similar firearm utilized as a part of Friday's deadly rampage. Authorities told a news meeting the weapon was come back to the speculate in light of the fact that the Iraq war veteran had not perpetrated a wrongdoing. 

Why the shooter may have picked South Florida was indistinct. He had no unmistakable association with the state beside relatives in the Naples area, a two-hour head out, the Sun Sentinel reported. 

The associated shooter had a history with emotional well-being issues - some of which took after his military administration in Iraq - and was accepting mental treatment at his home in Alaska, his relatives said. 

FBI examiners addressed Santiago for a considerable length of time. Piro said examiners were scouring the 26-year-old speculate's web-based social networking impression and investigating where he'd gone some time recently.

Santiago was not on any restricted travel backlog, as indicated by the FBI. He professedly completed the assault with a 9 mm self-loader handgun, Piro included.

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