Iraq-veteran offender shooting on airport

The man who shot five people dead Friday (local time) at the airport in Fort Lauderdale is most likely a Iraq-veteran.

It was going to be the 26-year-old Esteban Santiago. This reported a spokesman for Bill Nelson, a senator from Florida.Santiago, who at his arrest carried a military ID document, had in november to FBI agents told that his spirit was controlled. He was sent to a psychiatric hospital, according to an anonymous source within Justice.

The veteran served from 2007 to 2016 in the National Guards of Puerto Rico and Alaska. He was sent to Iraq in 2010 and 2011. Of it he came back as "another person", so said an aunt on the American broadcaster MSNBC.

During his service he received several military decorations. In August he was transferred to the reservists.