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sabato 7 gennaio 2017

5 dead, 8 wounded by Iraq war veteran in mass shooting at Florida's Airport

È un militare di origine ispanica l’autore della sparatoria avvenuta all'aeroporto di Fort Lauderdale, nel sud della Florida, che ha causato almeno cinque vittime e 13 feriti
Secondo il senatore statale Bill Nelson, citato da Msnbc, l’assassino si chiama Esteban Santiago e possiede una carta d'identità militare. Santiago, 26 anni, sarebbe nato in New Jersey. Ex dell'esercito americano, avrebbe trascorso parte della sua vita in Alaska. All’aeroporto di Fort Lauderdale sarebbe arrivato con un volo Air Canada. La sparatoria è avvenuta nel Terminal 2 dello scalo.

«Le indagini vanno avanti: lo sparatore è stato arrestato, è illeso. Lo stiamo interrogando», ha affermato la polizia locale. 
Dopo che il killer è stato arrestato, è continuata per alcune ore l’emergenza nello scalo della Florida. L’aeroporto è stato chiuso, perché sarebbe stata rilevata la possibile presenza di un altro sparatore. A lanciare l'allarme la Tsa, l'autorità federale per la sicurezza aeroportuale, su Twitter. 

Poi l’annuncio della polizia locale: «A questo punto non c'è nessun secondo sparatore: gli unici colpi esplosi sono stati quelli al Terminal 2 dello scalo»
Il killer aveva pistola in valigia. Il litigio con altri passeggeri 
«È troppo presto per dire se si tratta di terrorismo», ha affermato la polizia dopo la sparatoria. 
Intanto emergono altri particolari sull’uomo che ha aperto il fuoco all'aeroporto di Ft Lauderdale, uccidendo almeno cinque persone. Esteban Santiago, il killer, avrebbe avuto un'accesa discussione con altri passeggeri a bordo del volo Air Canada che lo ha portato in Florida. È quanto riferiscono alcuni testimoni ai media americani, secondo i quali questo potrebbe essere uno dei moventi per la sparatoria.

Secondo l'Associated Press, Santiago aveva la pistola in una borsa imbarcata nella stiva dell'aereo e avrebbe caricato l'arma da fuoco in bagno, una volta recuperata la borsa al Terminal 2 dell'aeroporto. 
Con t-shirt Guerre Stellari, mirava alla testa 
Un testimone intervistato da FoxNews ha raccontato che l'assassino, vestito con una t-shirt di Guerre Stellari, mirava alla testa delle sue vittime. A un certo punto ha ricaricato l'arma e ha ripreso a sparare.

Trump: state al sicuro 
«Sto seguendo da vicino la terribile situazione in Florida. Ho appena parlato con il governatore Scott. State al sicuro», ha scritto Donald Trump su Twitter, commentando la sparatoria all'aeroporto di Ft. Lauderdale.

Florida, sparatoria all’aeroporto: 5 morti, catturato killer 
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  • Carnage at airport in Fort Lauderdale JAN 7, 2017

  • The gunman behind the deadly shooting at Florida's Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood Airport is an Iraq war veteran who had recently become a father and was suffering mental health issues, according to his family.
    Esteban Santiago, 26, left five people dead and eight wounded when he opened fire in the airport's baggage claim terminal on Friday.
    His family have said Santiago was struggling with psychiatric problems in the lead up to the shooting and had recently been hospitalized for treatment in Anchorage, Alaska
    Santiago had also been charged with domestic violence against his ex-girlfriend in January 2016, The Daily Beast reports. 
    He verbally abused her in their apartment in Anchorage, Alaska while she was locked in the bathroom. Santiago is accused of then breaking down the door and hitting the woman in the head and strangling her. 
    Santiago was arrested days later after fleeing the scene but was released on the condition he stayed away from the victim. He was charged with violating the conditions in February 2016 after police found him at his girlfriend's home. The assault case was resolved in March.
    His brother Bryan Santiago, who lives in Puerto Rico, said his family got a call in recent months from Santiago's girlfriend alerting them to his health situation.
    He said he didn't know what his brother was being treated for and that they never talked about it over the phone. 
    The incident that sparked his hospitalization occurred in November when Santiago walked into an FBI office in Anchorage claiming the government was controlling his mind and forcing him to watch videos for ISIS, CBS reports.
    A law enforcement official said the FBI interviewed him and then called the police, who took him for a mental health evaluation. The FBI said Santiago stated he did not want to harm anyone, but authorities were concerned by his erratic behavior. They said they closed their assessment of him once he was admitted for treatment. 
    He was also contacted by the FBI after an employer back in Alaska raised concerns about certain things he had said, according to ABC News. 
    Santiago was born in New Jersey but moved to the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico when he was two years old with his mother and brother.
    He grew up in the southern coastal town of Penuelas before serving with the Puerto Rico National Guard from 2007. He eventually joined the Alaska National guard from 2014 to 2016.
    Santiago was deployed to Iraq in 2010 and spent a year there with the 130th Engineer Battalion. 
    A private first class and combat engineer, he received half a dozen medals before receiving a general discharge for unsatisfactory performance in August last year.
    He had been living in Anchorage, Alaska with his girlfriend for two years before they welcomed a child in September last year.
    His aunt Maria Ruiz told NorthJersey.com that Santiago had returned from Iraq acting strangely but had seemed happy after the birth of his child.
    But she said something happened to him about a month ago and he was hospitalized for two weeks. She did not have details of his condition.  
    'Like a month ago, it was like he lost his mind. He said he saw things,' she said.
    His uncle, Hernan Rivera, said: 'Only thing I could tell you was when he came out of Iraq, he wasn't feeling too good.'
    Santiago's brother Bryan Santiago speculated about a motive for the shooting, saying he could have suffered a 'flashback' from his time in Iraq, despite never being diagnosed with PTSD, NBC reports.  
    He said had recently been fighting with people back in Alaska, including his girlfriend who he was having relationship issues with.
    He said Santiago, who was 'was pro-America', has not spoken to his family for several weeks, which was unusual.
    Law enforcement officials said Santiago flew from Anchorage, Alaska to Minneapolis, St. Paul on Delta flight 1088 on Thursday night. He caught a connecting Delta flight 2182 to Florida on Friday. 
    A firearm was his only piece of checked luggage.
    The motive for the shooting is still not known, but there have been reports Santiago may have gotten into an altercation on his flight earlier that morning.
    Santiago - dressed in a Star Wars t-shirt - claimed his bag once he got to Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood.
    He went to the bathroom to load his handgun before opening fire in the baggage claim area.
    Witnesses said he only stopped firing when he ran out of ammunition, at which point he surrendered to police.
    Authorities said Santiago was carrying U.S. military identification at the time. 
    Police said it looked like Santiago was traveling alone but the investigation is ongoing.
    Relatives of Ft.Lauderdale shooting suspect reveal how he 'lost his mind' after Iraq tour, was being prosecuted for strangling his ex and had been hospitalized with psychiatric problems Emily Crane and Ashley Collman  Dailymail.com and Associated Press 7 January 2017

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