New Orleans Shooting Suspect Identified
Two suspects were arrested in connection with the death of Malcolm X’s grandson; Michelle Obama speaks at Eastern Kentucky commencement; and more national news. — Natelege Whaley
Akein Scott, 19, was identified as the man suspected of opening fire at the New Orleans Mother’s Day parade and wounding 19 people. Police are searching for him as of Tuesday (May 14) morning.
(Photo:Bill Haber/AP Photo)
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