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Monday, November 06, 2017

Officials Reveal Texas Shooter Who Killed 26 In A Baptist Church, Shot Dead By A Local Resident


America state, Texas shooting that left 26 dead, injuring 20 more persons from age 5 - 72 is now the topic of the internet, highlighting one of America's greatest problem which is, the issue of guns and violence.
The man behind the devilish act has been reveal as one Devin Patrick Kelley, a former Air Force vet who was relieved of his job for misconduct also a once upon a time court-martialed for alleged assault of his wife and child, obviously he is sick.

A press conference held by Texas official about the deadliest mass shooting in the state has revealed
that a local resident fired back at the shooter who killed 26 people at a small town baptist church and then gave chase before the gunman who was later 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.

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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