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The suspect had walked into an FBI office in Alaska in November, agitated and incoherent, the FBI and Anchorage police said. He was carrying a loaded magazine but had left his handgun in his car, with his newborn child. Media captionFBI's George Piro said terrorism had not been ruled out During the later mental health evaluation, he told the FBI he was hearing voices and believed he was being controlled by a US intelligence agency. His gun was confiscated but the authorities found no wrongdoing, and it was returned in December. Karen Loeffler, the US attorney for Alaska, told journalists: "As

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