Indy FedEx Shooter Identified As 19-Year-Old Known to Locals and Previously Interviewed by FBI -- Looks Like Chris Wray Dropped the Ball Once Again!

Eight people were killed late last night after a shooter opened fire inside a FedEx Facility near the Indianapolis Airport on Thursday night.

IMPD says 8 people have died and multiple others were injured in the mass shooting at the FedEx facility in Indy.

— WRTV Indianapolis (@wrtv) April 16, 2021

Two witnesses and FedEx workers described the shooting.

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#Indianapolis FedEx Shooting – Eye witness interviews.

Timothy Boillat and Jeremiah Miller

🎥: @IndyFirstAlert

— John Curtis (@Johnmcurtis) April 16, 2021

The gunman then took his own life.

This afternoon Brandon Scott Hole was identified as the shooter and a former employee at the FedEx facility.

According to John Cardillo, Hole was known to police and the FBI.

FedEx shooter ID’d as 19-year-old Brandon Scott Hole

“Hole and his potential for violence were known to local and federal authorities”

The FBI dropped the ball on another one.

— John Cardillo (@johncardillo) April 16, 2021

Did the FBI know in advance the identity of Indianapolis killer Brandon Scott Hole? Just like Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa. And the Pulse Nightclub shooter. San Bernardino terrorists. Boston Marathon bombers. Garland Texas shooters. Parkland High School shooter. Fort Hood shooter. Etc.

— First Words (@unscriptedmike) April 16, 2021

The FBI questioned Hole last year.

Via The AP:

FBI agents last year interviewed the gunman who fatally shot eight people at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis, the bureau said Friday, as investigators searched the home of the 19-year-old former FedEx employee…

…The shooter was identified as Brandon Scott Hole of Indianapolis, Deputy Police Chief Craig McCartt told a news conference. Investigators searched a home in Indianapolis associated with Hole and seized evidence, including desktop computers and other electronic media, McCartt said.

Paul Keenan, the special agent in charge of the FBI’s Indianapolis field office, said Friday that agents questioned Hole last year after his mother called police to say that her son might commit “suicide by cop.” He said the FBI was called after items were found in Hole’s bedroom but he did not elaborate on what they were. He said agents found no evidence of a crime and that they did not identify Hole as espousing a racially motivated ideology.