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Jane Velez-Mitchell

Jane Velez-Mitchell takes a stand on the biggest topics of the day that people across the country are buzzing about.

Red flags missed for Navy Yard shooter

Red flags missed for Navy Yard shooter

The FBI released some of the security camera video from the Navy Yard shooting. At the same time we are learning more about the shooter and what could have possibly led him to commit such a heinous act.  There were many red flags. But why was nothing done? Jane Velez-Mitchell and her panel of experts look at the red flags and warning signs. 

For more on this story, watch Jane Velez-Mitchell weeknights at 7 p.m. ET on HLN. Follow the show on Facebook and follow Jane on Twitter

Terror on tape: Navy Yard security video released

Terror on tape: Navy Yard security video released

The FBI released security video of the Navy Yard shooting. The video shows the shooter pulling into the Navy Yard, walking through the doors, and stalking the hallways holding his gun.  But if this was all on camera was there someone monitoring the security video? Do security cameras provide security or the illusion of security? Jane Velez-Mitchell and her panel of experts debate.

For more on this story, watch Jane Velez-Mitchell weeknights at 7 p.m. ET on HLN. Follow the show on Facebook and follow Jane on Twitter.

Former landlord: Everyone liked him

Former landlord: Everyone liked him

Jane Velez-Mitchell spoke to a former landlord of Aaron Alexis, the suspect in the Navy Yard mass shootings. The landlord told Jane that everyone liked Alexis and he was always polite.

The rampage began Monday morning when the suspect opened fire in the main building of the Navy Yard in Washington D.C. In total, 13 people were killed, including the suspect.

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