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The medical examiner says an autopsy on the man who opened fire at the Pentagon nearly two weeks ago died from gunshot wounds to his head and arm. Thirty-six-year-old John Patrick Bedell approached a Pentagon security checkpoint on March 4 and started shooting. Three officers returned fire fatally wounding Bedell, who had a history of mental illness. Internet material reportedly posted by Bedell indicated he may have been upset about the suicide of a U.S. military officer that he felt was really a murder.
Changes will be made at the Pentagon after two lone gunmen incidents.
The two guns Pentagon shooter John Patrick Bedell had with him when he opened fire Thursday were a Taurus 9 millimeter and a Sturm, Ruger & Co. 9 millimeter, sources tell WTOP.
Investigators believe John Patrick Bedell who opened fire on Pentagon officers acted alone. Bedell, who died after the shootout, is not believed to be tied to terrorism.