Murderer In Texas Church Attack Identified, Former Military Prison Inmate

The Texas Church attack shooter has been identified as a former Air Force airman who had served one year of incarceration after his court-martial for assault on his wife and child…

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devin kelly shooter texas church

The subhuman trash that walked into a Texas church and gunned down 46 innocent Americans, including children as young as five years old, has been identified. While he still walked among us defiling our air his name was Devin Patrick Kelley, who was 26-years-old at the time of his murderous rampage and his death.

Kelly was a former member of the United States Air Force who was enlisted from 2010 to 2014 in the field of logistics readiness in New Mexico. He was court-martialed in 2012 for two counts of assault on his wife and assault on their child.

He was given a bad conduct discharge and incarcerated for one year prior to his 2014 discharge. Did he convert to Islam in prison and become a jihadi? He’s got the scraggly beard for it. Kelly had a residence in New Braunfels, Texas, approximately a half-hour drive from the church he attacked in Sutherland Springs. Maybe that will hold some answers.

Investigators have not determined any links to terrorist groups but certainly his passport will get a good look. He had a wife, Danielle Lee Shields; has she been to the Middle East recently?

In the days before the Sunday attack, Kelly posted a picture on a social media site of himself holding an AR-15 as well as other photos. When you look like a semi-human cross between a pervert, an ape and a pig, with a nasty Allahu Akbar growth on your face, why would you post any pictures on social media or anywhere else? 

Committing murder is bad enough, but to kill a five-year-old child and a 14-year-old teenage girl defies understanding. It is simply inexcusable. There is no justification, no rationalization for it.

This human fecal scrap is lucky that he was killed after his murder spree. He certainly deserved the fate that would have befallen him had he lived to serve another round of imprisonment, one that extended for the remainder of what would have been a miserable and likely relatively short existence.

He could have suffered for his remaining days on this earth knowing the evil that he did and being on receiving end of the kind of emotional and physical pain and abuse he so freely dispensed to others.

He’s likely not avoided his suffering by dying in the act; he’s just relocated.

 

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6 Comments on Murderer In Texas Church Attack Identified, Former Military Prison Inmate

  1. This one, at least, will suffer in hell for eternity. Those who died, especially the children, are being comforted in the arms of our Savior.

  2. It seems that the big 0 filled the military with a lot of “undesirables”. Can we expect some more of this type of “correction” on the American people when Bergdahl is running free?

  3. Either a programmed MKUltrs mental case to be used for more gun control propaganda, or an ISIS Wannabe jihadi who was taking revenge on his in-laws, members of this church, after he twice assaulted his wife, their daughter, and child.

  4. Thanks for kipping us and the US informed of our enemy within the United States!

  5. Hadenoughalready // November 6, 2017 at 3:03 pm // Reply

    Human excrement. That’s all he was.
    And now, of course, the left is frothing at the mouth about gun control. Here we go again…

    • they’ve changed their scripts up a little, not all saying the exact same thing this time around, but it’s the same old same old, Bud, you’re right – I’m not convinced they’re not behind all of this in some way, not even close to convinced.

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