Air Force Secretary: 'We've Taken Responsibility' For Texas Church Shooter Getting Gun
- Author: Ryan Wade Nov 10, 2017,
Nov 10, 2017, 0:59
"We are checking all of the Air Force databases, and there are several of them, to find out and confirm that all court martial convictions for these kinds of offenses have been reported in the civilian database".
The person who reported him missing from the facility told police that Kelley "suffered from mental disorders".
The report obtained by local media stated that he had escaped from the Peak Behavioral Health Services in New Mexico and allegedly made threats against his U.S. Air Force commanders, the Independent reported.
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The campus has not been placed on lockdown following the shooting , but students have been advised to stay inside and be vigilant. The shooter, who is not believed to be a student, fled the scene and is still on the run.
El Paso officers, who detained Kelley five years ago, were told he was "a danger to himself and others". The weapon used in the course of the shooting, which killed 26 parishioners, was reportedly legally purchased from a sporting goods store in Texas in April 2016. Kelley was also named as a suspect in a 2013 sexual assault in New Braunfels, about 35 miles from the scene of Sunday's church attack in Sutherland Springs.
However, the USAF indicated that it failed to report Kelley's conviction, so it did not show up in a federal background check.
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"The Air Force has also requested that the Department of Defense Inspector General review records and procedures across the Department of Defense".
The sheriff said he was trying to determine how deputies came to believe Kelley had moved and why they did not continue to pursue the case, either in Colorado or after Kelley returned to the area later.
After the devastating and troubling shooting at a Baptist church in Texas on Sunday, investigators, who looked into the background of the shooter, revealed he had a disturbing past of domestic violence.
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"How can you not love that guy?" said Texas Department of Public Safety Regional Director Freeman Martin. Another 20 people were wounded, half of them still listed in critical condition as of Tuesday.