The FBI has recovered a list of names of Republican congress members from the pocket of James T. Hodgkinson, the shooter who opened fire on members of Congress on June 14, according to the Daily Caller.
Hodgkinson, 66, of Belleville, was shot dead by Capitol Police after he opened fire on congressmen Wednesday in Alexandria, Va.
The Daily Caller reported on Friday afternoon that Hodgkinson had a list of Republicans in his pocket that was recovered by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.More news: Trump slams obstruction of justice story on Twitter
The shooting, which injured Majority Whip Steve Scalise, took place after Hodgkinson asked Florida Rep. Ron Desantis, "Are those Republicans or Democrats out there practicing?"
Contacted by AL.com on Friday, Brooks said he has been told to refer all questions to the Capitol Police for comment.
It's still unclear if the names on the list - which includes Republican Reps. Duncan had told Hodgkinson that Republicans were playing before leaving.
They also released photos of guns similar to the 9mm handgun and 7.62-caliber rifle used in the attack, which officials have said were purchased legally.More news: Rory McIlroy, Steve Elkington have heated back and forth
Doctors say Scalise has a good possibility of recovery after he was at "imminent risk of death" from a gunshot wound to the hip two days ago.
Hodgkinson was killed by Capital Police. Griner remained hospitalized at MedStar Hospital after getting shot in the ankle, and Dr. Jack Sava of the Medstar hospital described her in good condition.
The FBI is still investigating the case and is looking through Hodgkinson's belongings, including his cellphone, computer and camera. Authorities believe he was living out of a van since leaving IL in March; his brother said he was in the capital region to protest President Trump. They were practicing for the annual charity baseball game to be played the next day, on Thursday, at National's Field, which is a 100-year-old tradition in Washington.More news: Kepler space telescope has identified 219 new worlds