Slain suspected Washington Navy Yard gunman Aaron Alexis suffered from "anger management problems" his family feared was linked to participating in rescue attempts of Sept. 11, 2001 victims, according to a police report obtained by the Boston Herald.
Alexis told a Seattle cop in 2004 that he suffered from a "black-out" fueled by anger when he shot out the tires of a construction worker's car, according to a police report.
"He explained how he perceived (the victim) had disrespected him and how that perception lead (sic) to what Alexis described as a 'black-out' fueled by anger. He said he didn't remember pulling the trigger of his firearm until about one hour later," the report says.
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