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No charges to be filed against officers who killed Washington Navy Yard gunman

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WASHINGTON - No charges will be filed against the officers who killed Washington Navy Yard gunman, Aaron Alexis.

The U.S. Attorney's Office made the decision after reviewing reports from several law enforcement agency.

The reports say the officers had no criminal intent when they shot at Alexis last September.

Alexis killed 12 people and injured 8 others before police killed him.

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