The suspected killer in the Ft. Lauderdale rampage apparently traveled to the airport for the purpose of carrying out the bloody rampage, the FBI announced Saturday, saying 26-year-old Esteban Santiago now faces federal charges. Terrorism may have been a “potential motivation” for the attack on Friday that killed five people, Special Agent in Charge George

Piro said during a news conference, adding that officials would release specific charges later Saturday. Why the gunman may have chosen South Florida was unclear. He had no clear connection to the state aside from relatives in the Naples area, a two-hour drive away, the Sun Sentinel reported. READ MORE