A man ambushed Republican congressmen practicing for the annual Congressional Baseball Game early Wednesday, firing a semiautomatic rifle and injuring four, including House Majority Whip Steve Scalise. By 8:25 a.m. EDT, Alexandria police tweeted a suspect was in custody.

That suspect, who later died, was identified as James T. Hodgkinson, 66, of Belleville, Illinois, Capitol Police said in a press release. After the suspect was identified and the information released, his social media accounts quickly were discovered.

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Hodgkinson’s Facebook page has been taken down by the social media site, but before it was removed, screenshots were taken and have since circulated. They show photos and posts Hodgkinson put up that identified him as a Bernie Sanders supporter with outspoken liberal political views. He shared and posted anti-Trump and anti-Republican sentiments.

“We are shocked and saddened by the incident that took place this morning. We have identified and removed the suspect’s profiles for violating our community standards,” a statement Facebook released Wednesday said. While the alleged shooter’s Facebook page had been removed, a profile with the name Sue Hodgkinson, his wife’s name, was still available. The cover photo on the profile is a group photo, and one member of the group is James Hodgkinson. It is currently unclear whether his wife had been in touch with her husband recently, the Washington Post reported.

Posts shared on his Facebook page showed he had signed Change.org petitions, and Federal Election Commission records show he had donated money to Act Blue. Those donations listed his home inspection business, JTH Inspections, as his employer.

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That business has a review page on Yelp! where negative reviews began appearing Wednesday. In addition to negative reviews, there was a notice that warned viewers the page was under review by Yelp! One notice appeared at the top of the page and read: “This business is being monitored by Yelp's Support team for content related to media reports.” While one further down was much longer, under the banner “Active Cleanup Alert” it read: "This business has recently been in the news in connection with a recent tragedy. As a result, people may be coming to this page to share their thoughts and concerns." The message redirected users who wish to comment on the news about the business to “Yelp Talks” and noted any review on the page that seemed motivated by news events or did not have to do with reviews would be removed. “Unfortunately, that means that we need to remove comments even when we agree with them,” the notice read.

Reviews and photos that were added to the page after Wednesday’s event had nothing to do with the business, meaning they eventually would be removed. There was only one review from prior to Wednesday that gave the business five out of five stars.

Yelp! did not respond to an inquiry from International Business Times about the notice or its policy for such circumstances.