BREAKING: AIR FORCE FAILURE Allowed Texas Mass Shooter to Purchase Guns
As previously reported, Texas church gunman Devin Kelley was denied a gun permit, says Texas Gov. Greg Abbott.
Nonetheless, Kelley was able to purchase a Ruger AR-15 variant at a hunting store in San Antonio after lying on the background check.
How was Kelley able to obtain a gun and deceive the hunting store owners?
The Air Force admitted they failed to enter Kelley’s domestic violence offense into the NCIC database!
Reporter for the Texas Tribune, Alexandra Samuels tweeted a statement released from the Air Force, “NEW: U.S. Air Force issues statement saying
#SutherlandSprings shooter’s domestic violence offense was NOT entered into the NICS database.”
— Alexandra Samuels (@AlexSamuelsx5) November 6, 2017
“Kelley bought a Ruger AR-556 rifle, used in the attack on the church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, in April of last year from an Academy Sports & Outdoors store in San Antonio,” reports Business Insider.
Kelley wrote on his background check that he didn’t have a “disqualifying criminal history.”
The Democrats are calling for more gun control and condemning the NRA when systems were already put in place to block Kelley from purchasing a firearm.
Again, law abiding citizens stopped this criminal and murderer from possibly killing more people with their bravery and legally owned guns.