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Authorities say Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazees, 24, went on a 'lone wolf' style shooting rampage that also left him dead.
A Marine in Chattanooga, Tennessee is wondering why his fellow service members are dead after the FBI says Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazees went on a 'lone wolf' style shooting rampage.
Another source told A Federal Bureau of Investigation spokesperson confirmed the agency made sweeps at the Superior Essex facility in Franklin, just south of Nashville in Williamson County, where it is reported Abdulazeez was employed."At the request of the company and in an overabundance of caution, agents conducted a safety check to make sure that nothing remained that would be of harm employees at that location," FBI spokesperson Joel Siskovic said Thursday night.
A longtime employee at Superior Essex spoke to on a condition of anonymity Thursday night, fearing for his job if he identified himself. I still think that can't be him.""I guess we all knew he was Muslim," the employee said.
The FBI is investigating an attack in Chattanooga, Tennessee that killed four Marines and injured several other people.
The attacks took place at a recruiting center and another U. The FBI identified Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez, 24, as the shooter in the attack that left four Marines dead.
Police haven't said whether the gunman was killed by officers or shot himself.
“I have been instructed to say get off the property, no comment,” the security person told Breitbart News.
The security person advised Breitbart News to call back at 8 am central when “the powers that be” will be available for comment.Franklin, a suburb of Nashville, is located 120 miles northwest of Chattanooga, Tennessee, where Abdulazeez killed four unarmed Marines at a recruiting center yesterday.