Texas Man Describes Pursuit of Church Gunman

 

 

 

Another day, another scumbag lunatic decides to kill innocent people. Luckily there are good men who will stand up to the evil in this world.  A monster named Devin Kelley walked into the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, on Sunday morning and slaughtered at least 26 people in the tiny, rural community near San Antonio.  Listen to one of the men who chased him down discuss the pursuit.

 

 

Turd Devin Patrick Kelley, 26, of New Braunfels, Texas whose Air Force court martial occurred only three years ago. He was also a licensed security guard for a prominent waterpark. The motive was not yet clear; the gunman claimed he briefly taught Bible school, but he also liked Facebook pages devoted to atheism and weirded friends out with his posts about it. The shooter, who is dead, left behind disturbing social media posts, including a Facebook page that showed off a rifle, calling it a “bad b*tch.” (You can see the photo later in this story.) He lived on a rural property – where neighbors reported hearing gunfire at night – near his parents in what KSAT-TV dubbed a “barndominium” (Those are affordable metal buildings converted into living quarters).


 

The Shooter, Who Showed Off a Rifle on Facebook, Creeped Out Friends By Preaching About Atheism & Lived on a Wooded Property Where Gunfire Rang Out at Night