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Congressman Scales is on the mend. The «arrow of Virginia» found the list of victims

The condition of the wounded in a shooting in a Virginia Congressman Stephen Scalise is serious, but not critical. About it writes on Sunday, June 18, the Washington Post, citing employees of the medical center MedStar, where is now the victim.

Last Saturday Scalice suffered a third operation, and his condition began to improve. «He actively reacts to what is happening around and talking with their families» – leads edition of the words of physicians.

We will remind that on June 14, James T. Hodgkinson III, 66, inspector of social services of Illinois, opened fire with a semi-automatic rifle during training of the baseball team of Congress, wounding of Scalise, his assistant, lobbyist and two police officers. The gunman was killed by one of the injured policemen.

On the page of Hodgkinson in the social network Facebook published photos Bernie Sanders, candidate for the U.S. presidency from the Democratic party and criticism of the current head of the White house: «trump is a traitor, he destroyed our democracy. It’s time to destroy trump and his company.»

Investigators believe that Hodgkinson previously held by the police for assault and drunk driving, acted alone.

The website writes that during the search of Hodgkinson was discovered the list of potential targets of the Republicans. Employees of the Federal Bureau of investigation reported that during the search of the van, which belonged to Hodgkinson, was found a list of names, which featured members of the U.S. house of representatives Scott Desjarlais, Trent Franks, Jeff Duncan, Jim Jordan, Mo Brooks and Morgan Griffith.

Congressman Scales is on the mend. The «arrow of Virginia» found the list of victims 18.06.2017

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