Atheist Church Shooter Threatened Mother-in-Law, Received Bad Conduct Discharge

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(Worthy News) - CBN News is learning more about the gunman who opened fire inside First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas Sunday, killing 26 people and wounding 20 more in the deadliest church shooting in U.S. history.

Four of the victims are in serious condition and 10 are in critical condition. The youngest victim was just 18-months-old.

Authorities say Devin Patrick Kelley of New Braunfels, Texas was dressed in black combat gear with a ballistic vest, was wearing a black mask with a skull on it, and was carrying a Ruger AR assault-type rifle during the attack. [ Source: CBN News (Read More...) ]

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1 thought on “Atheist Church Shooter Threatened Mother-in-Law, Received Bad Conduct Discharge”

  1. Oooo. He was an Athiest!

    Really, do we have to defame every sicko who opens fire with a gun in the USA?

    Isn't the fact that they (obviously) were nuts enough to open fire on women, children, babies, and the elderly, enough to ruin their names aleady?

    He threatening his mother-in-law sorta pales in comparison, doesn't it?

    Saying he was dangerous at this point in time, after the slaughter, is redundant now.

    Like, calling him names now somehow makes it any less horrible? Like we get to then say "well, there you have it?" Like it makes more sense because he was the kind of guy who gets dishonorable discharges?

    It's stupid and useless for the dead people he killed to bring up all his faults now. But we do it everytime.

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