He told Rhode Island cops he was hearing voices and being pursued by a sinister trio who were using a “microwave machine” to send “vibrations into his body.” He was arrested in Seattle for shooting out a construction worker’s tires and blamed his rage on 9/11. He was cited for misconduct while a Navy reservist at least eight times — slapped with administrative charges that included insubordination and disorderly conduct, according to reports. And for the last month, he was reportedly seeing a shrink to deal with a slew of problems, including paranoia and a sleep disorder. But when Aaron Alexis, the doomed maniac who killed 12 people at the Washington Navy Yard, went to buy a gun on Saturday, he passed a federal background check with flying colors. It wasn’t clear whether he was ever committed to a psychiatric facility, an automatic disqualifier in the federal gun background check. He hadn’t been convicted of a felony, clearing another hurdle that would have made him ineligible. The 34-year-old Queens-born killer unleashed hell on Monday less than 2 miles from the U.S. Capitol before he was cut down by police. It was the last act of a twisted soul who reportedly… Read full this story
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