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ABC | Tuesday November 28, 2017
Air Force review finds 'several dozen' more cases like Texas church shooter
An Air Force review has found “several dozen” cases where the service failed to provide information about criminal convictions to the FBI database used in the background checks for gun purchases.  The review by the Air Force’s Inspector General was prompted by the service’s failure to provide, as required, the details of Devin Kelley’s domestic violence conviction to the FBI’s databases. An Air Force statement released today said that following a review of 60,000 serious cases as far back as 2002 it has determined that Kelley’s case was “not an isolated incident”. An Air Force official said the review is ongoing, but that so far several dozen records have been “corrected”. If Kelley’s conviction had been passed to the FBI’s databases, as required by law, the Texas church shooter would not have been able to purchase some of the weapons he used in the deadly attack at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, earlier this month. The mass shooting left 26 dead, according to police, who have included an unborn child in the death count. In 2012 Kelley plead guilty to assault charges on his then wife and her stepson while was stationed at Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico. “Preliminary findings by the Air Force Inspector General confirmed the OSI and Security Forces personnel then assigned at Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico, did not report required information to civilian law enforcement in the Kelley case,” said an Air Force statement. “The review also found the error in the Kelley case was not an isolated incident and...Read more