A former soldier of the US army Devin Patrick Kelly, the suspect in the killing of nearly 30 people in a Church in Texas, was previously convicted of domestic violence. About it reports CNN TV channel.

According to media reports, in 2010-2014, Kelly served in the us air force Holloman in new Mexico.

In 2012, the man was convicted by a military Tribunal for assaulting his own wife and child. Kelly spent a year in prison in 2014 was dismissed from the air force “for bad behavior”. It also dropped in rank.

Rifle Ruger AR-556, from which the suspect was shot in the Church, Kelly bought in April 2016 in a gun shop in Texas San Antonio. According to militiamen, filling when purchasing the necessary documents, the man indicated that he had no problems with the law.

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5 November 2017 at a Baptist Church in Texas city Sutherland springs man opened fire, which killed at least 26 people, including 14-year-old girl; more than 20 people were injured.

The alleged shooter is 26-year veteran of the U.S. air force Devin Patrick Callie was found dead in the car several miles from the scene of the tragedy.

Shooting in Texas: a suspect was convicted of domestic violence 06.11.2017

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