Gunman Killed 27 People in a Baptist Church Then Fled When Armed Citizen Fired Back

Sutherland Springs, Texas: Devin Kelley, 26, has been identified as the First Baptist Church shooter who killed at least 27 people and injured 20 more. Kelley was a fan of CNN and atheism, according to reports about his now-deleted Facebook page, and his LinkedIn account showed he had an interest in social-justice issues. Kelley was court martialed after he was dishonorably discharged from the US Air Force in 2014, and it was illegal for him to own a gun under the Gun Control Act of 1998. An armed citizen ended Kelley’s rampage when he engaged the shooter in gunfire, causing him to flee.

New details about the Sutherland Springs gunman Devin Kelley have emerged. According to reports, Kelley wore “all black” clothes as he carried out the massacre. According to his now deleted Facebook page, it appears Kelley was a fan of CNN and Atheism.

“Texas shooting suspect was dressed in all black, with tactical type gear and was wearing a ballistic vest, according to @TxDPS,” reports CBS News. 

Tweet credits: Paul Joseph Watson

Here are photos of the gunman via Facebook.

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