Shooter's Family Says He Suffered From Depression

The family of the man who killed four Marines and a sailor in Chattanooga said in a statement that their son suffered from depression and was not the person they knew. In a statement, the family said "There are no words to describe our shock, horror, and grief", and added that now is the time to reflect on the victims and their families. In Chattanooga, a city that prides itself on strong ties between people of different faiths, some Muslims feared the community's perception of them had changed after the shooting rampage Thursday.