Hate Crime {Video} Texas Deadliest Kills 26 & Wound 20+ in Church Shooting By Ex Military

Published On November 6, 2017 | By admin | Local & Worldwide News

7:04 PM PT — According to reports, Devin Patrick Kelley is described as an Air Force vet who was discharged for bad conduct … and who was once court-martialed for alleged assault of his wife and kid.

Texas officials just held a press conference about the deadliest mass shooting in the state, and revealed that a local resident fired back at the shooter who killed 26 people at a small town church … and then gave chase before the gunman was found dead.
A rep for the Texas Department of Public Safety gave a blow-by-blow account of what went down Sunday morning in Sutherland Springs, TX where a gunman opened fire at the First Baptist Church.

He says the gunman, ID’d as Devin Kelley, was dressed in all black tactical gear when he opened fire on the church — using an AR assault-style rifle — from the outside and then continued inside. When he walked out again, a local resident engaged him with his own rifle, causing the gunman to flee.

The resident followed the gunman in a separate vehicle, and the gunman was later found shot dead around a nearby county line … where cops say they found more firearms in his car. It’s unclear if the gunman suffered a self-inflicted gunshot wound, or if the resident shot and killed him.

As we reported … the gunman left at least 26 dead, not including himself, as well as at least 20 others injured. The victims’ ages range from 5 years old to 72.
Apparently, the resident who fired back at Kelley flagged down a passerby in a truck and instructed him to follow Kelley. The driver of that truck, Johnnie Langendorff, explained to local media he made a snap decision to follow the shooter.

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