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Devin Patrick Kelley's Conduct In Texas Bears Similarities To Fellow Mass Murderer Dylann Roof As Atheists Who Killed Innocent Churchgoers In Houses Of Worship

November 7. 2017

On Sunday November 5, 2017, 26-year-old Devin Patrick Kelley shot and killed 26 and injured 20 people at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs in Texas. The victims range in age from 18-months to 77-years-old. Half of the victims are children. A family of 8 were killed in the mass shooting. The pastor's 14-year-old daughter died in the shooting as well. Kelley died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, after he was pursued in a car chase by a bystander, who heard gunshots ringing out at the church.

Kelley was taking revenge against his in-laws, who attend the church, but were not present when the mass shooting occurred. He also sent threatening text messages to his mother-in-law. Kelly had been dishonorably discharged from the U.S. Air Force for assaulting his defenseless first wife and baby stepson, who sustained a fractured skull. Kelley remarried and beat up his second wife as well. Kelley also viciously beat up his dog.

Reports that have surfaced since the time of the shooting reveal Kelley tried to bribe underage girls to date him. He dated a 13-year-old when he was 18. His former girlfriend Katy Landry stated, "He was very sick in the head." Kelley also assault Landry. Kelley posted angry items promoting atheism on Facebook. Kelley angrily referred to religious people as "stupid." His former classmates referred to him as "an atheist" who was militant.

Devin Patrick Kelley

Kelley's former classmate Nina Rosa Nava stated, "He was always talking about how people who believe in God were stupid and trying to preach his atheism." Christopher Leo Longoria stated, "I removed him off FB for those same reasons! He was being super negative all the time." One of Kelley's Facebook friends wrote, "He was weird but never that damn weird, always posting his atheist sh*t like Nina wrote, but damn he always posted pics of him and his baby - crazy."

Former friend Cord Eubank Brown referred to Kelley as a "maniac." He further stated, "There were people I knew who stayed away from this guy for many reasons, which all make sense now. He just requested me on Facebook recently." Kelley's conduct is reminiscent of mass murderer Dylann Roof, who shot and killed 9 churchgoers at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina.


Dylann Roof

Kelley and Roof are avowed, raging atheists, who displayed a disturbing hatred for peaceful people who prayed with them in church. That hatred and anger in their souls consumed them to the point of mass murder, who sadly made martyrs out of innocent people.

The incident has caused many to again call for gun control in America. An estimated 30,000 Americans die each year from gun violence. However, due to the NRA's influence in Congress, no meaningful gun control legislation has been enacted. Nations such as Britain, who enacted gun control laws, saw a steep drop in gun violence and deaths.

The Judiciary Report sends its condolences to the families of the victims in the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs shooting.

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'SHE'S A BAD B***H' Facebook rants of ‘creepy’ Texas massacre gunman Devin Kelley, 26, who preached about atheism before killing 26 churchgoers

7th November 2017, 7:24 am Updated: 7th November 2017, 7:36 am - Devin Kelley, 26, who carried out the worst mass shooting in Texas' history, ranted on Facebook about churchgoers being 'stupid.' THE “deranged” gunman who killed 26 churchgoers in Texas was militant atheist who ranted on Facebook about “stupid” religious people.

Devin Kelley, 26, who opened fire on worshippers in First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs yesterday, was described as “creepy” and “weird” by former schoolmates. Texas shooter Devin Kelley is described as 'weird' and as being an 'atheist' by his former classmates. Classmate Nina Rosa Nava write on Facebook that the mass murderer used to rant on the social network about his atheist beliefs.

She said: “He was always talking about how people who believe in God were stupid and trying to preach his atheism.” Fellow user Christopher Leo Longoria replied: “I removed him off FB for those same reasons! He was being super nagtive (sic) all the timd (sic).” Another Facebook friend of the killer added: “He was weird but never that damn weird, always posting his atheist sh** like Nina wrote, but damn he always posted pics of him and his baby - crazy.”...

Cord Eubank Brown said on social media that he went to high school with “maniac” Kelley. He wrote: “There were people I knew who stayed away from this guy for many reasons, which all make sense now. He just requested me on Facebook recently.”...Another former classmate, who wished to remain anonymous, told the Mail that Kelley “always creeped me out and was different.”

https://www.thesun.co.uk

Air Force Error Allowed Texas Gunman to Buy Weapons

NOV. 6, 2017 - SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Tex. — A day after a gunman massacred parishioners in a small Texas church, the Air Force admitted on Monday that it had failed to enter the man’s domestic violence court-martial into a federal database that could have blocked him from buying the rifle he used to kill 26 people.
Under federal law, the conviction of the gunman, Devin P. Kelley, for domestic assault on his wife and toddler stepson — he had cracked the child’s skull — should have stopped Mr. Kelley from legally purchasing the military-style rifle and three other guns he acquired in the last four years.

“The Air Force has launched a review of how the service handled the criminal records of former Airman Devin P. Kelley following his 2012 domestic violence conviction,” the Air Force said in a statement. The statement said Heather Wilson, the Air Force secretary, and Gen. David Goldfein, the Air Force chief of staff, had ordered the Air Force inspector general to “conduct a complete review of the Kelley case.” The Air Force also said it was looking into whether other convictions had been improperly left unreported to the federal database for firearms background checks...

https://www.nytimes.com

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