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A police report obtained by Houston's KPRC details Kelley's escape from the Peak Behavioral Health Services facility in New Mexico in 2012, the same year he was charged with hitting his wife and infant step-son while in the U.S. Air Force.
Someone had informed El Paso police that Kelley "suffered from mental disorders and had plans to run from" the mental health center to "take a bus out of state", the El Paso police report said.
An error on the part of US Air Force to enter the Texas gunman's past criminal record in a national database may have enabled him to pass background checks and buy weapons that he used to wreak havoc in the church Sutherland Springs, killing 26 people and wounding 20 others. When he was arrested he did not resist or saying anything about wanting to harm himself or others, according to the report.
He served a year in confinement following the conviction and was given a bad conduct discharge in 2014.
The discovery prompted the Air Force to order an internal investigation as to how it failed to submit to Kelley's criminal history to the FBI as required under service rules.
On November 6 Breitbart News reported that the gunman, Devin Kelley, passed a background check in 2016 to acquire his rifle.
While in the military, Kelley, who was 21 at the time, made death threats against superior officers, according to the June 2012 report, which also mentioned the military charges.
Federal law prohibits anyone from selling a gun to someone who has been convicted of a crime involving domestic violence against a spouse or child. Kelley should have been prevented from purchasing firearms because he had a previous domestic violence conviction. He was denied a concealed carry license in Texas for unclear reasons.
Investigators believe Kelley acted alone in the church attack and was not motivated by any political or religious agenda, but perhaps by a domestic argument Kelley had with his mother-in-law, who is a member of the church's congregation but who was not in attendance during the attack.
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"It is a rare opportunity to train with two aircraft carriers together, and even rarer to be able to train with three", U.S. The last time three USA carrier strike groups exercised together was in 2007, when the Nimitz, along with the John C.