Following Thursday's tragedy in a movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana -- in which a gunman killed two people and wounded nine others -- America is once again searching for answers to how such a massacre could have been prevented. At this point we can hardly go a week without a high-profile mass shooting in this country, and the slaughter in Charleston and Chattanooga is still fresh in our minds.
A Marine general on Wednesday praised the bravery of the service members who died in last week's shooting at a Navy support facility in Chattanooga, Tennessee, saying some "willingly ran back into the fight" after getting fellow troops to safety.
Chattanooga shooter Mohammad Abdulazeez conducted Internet searches on martyrdom as recently as a day before his shooting rampage took the lives of five service members in Tennessee, according to a person briefed on the investigation.
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