10 Reasons Why the Vegas Shooting Has Disappeared from Headlines

Thefreethoughtproject.com reports: Las Vegas, NV – With the 24/7 news cycle constantly in full swing, important stories at times get lost in the constant onslaught of non-stop information. The mainstream media gatekeepers essentially dictate what social and cultural memes are injected into the public consciousness, what topics are discussed, and which cases are given publicity and thoroughly investigated with journalistic rigor.

With such oligarchical control of the mass media – the media gatekeepers of information decide what stories stay in the glare of the public spotlight, and which ones are allowed to fade from the headlines.

Without question, one would reasonably expect the most deadly mass shooting in recent American history, which took place in Las Vegas on October 1, 2017, to maintain a strong presence in the headlines — especially given the lack of answers surrounding the case.

The scant information released by investigators indicates that Stephen Paddock, 64, who by all accounts was independently wealthy and a Vegas high-roller, opened fire on a music festival from a 32nd-floor hotel room at the Mandalay Bay Casino.

The massacre left 58 dead and 546 injured, yet one and a half months later and there are still few answers – even to the most basic of questions.

Now, a month and a half later, there are few answers to the most deadly mass shooting in recent U.S. history – and perhaps even more strange – the case has been jettisoned from the 24/7 mainstream media cycle, despite the fact that the most basic of questions have yet to be answered.

One would assume that such a high-profile case would garner widespread interest from investigative teams across the spectrum of major broadcast mass media and cable news, and yet, there are no penetrating journalistic investigations delving into the many unanswered questions.

In fact, coverage and investigation into the highly dubious shooting are virtually non-existent outside of online alternative news media.

Here are the few facts that we know thus far, and they seem to raise more questions than answers:

1. The official timeline of the mass shooting has been changed at least three different times.

2. Paddock wired $100,000 to an account located in the Philippines a week prior to the massacre.

3. Investigators claim Paddock’s laptop was missing its hard drive when they found it in his hotel room.

4. Paddock reportedly took cruises that made port stops in the Middle East.

5. Authorities now claim an officer discharged his weapon in Paddock’s hotel room – after denying it for the first month after the attack. (This raises the question of why police discharged a weapon if Paddock had already committed suicide prior to law enforcement breaching the room? And why they lied about it after the fact.)

6. Security guard Jesus Campos, who reportedly came across Paddock as he began his attack was allegedly shot in the leg, but a spokesperson for UMC Quick Care, the walk-in health clinic facility Campos supposedly went to after being shot, said they had “heard nothing” about Campos visiting them.

7. During an interview on Fox News with Tucker Carlson, an attorney for the victims revealed that not only did police officers respond to Campos after he was shot, they were right outside of Paddock’s door before he began shooting out of his hotel room window.

“As of yesterday it was that two—we knew about Campos—but there were two other police officers from MGM that were on the floor prior to the shooting,”Craig Eiland said.

8. Eiland also noted that MGM Grand claims to have a “corporate watch center”that trains its employees to report any suspicious activity. So if a guest arrived at Mandalay Bay Hotel with 27 rifles and 5,000 rounds of ammunition stored in 10 bags, why didn’t the employees who helped him, or the cleaning service who visited his room regularly, report suspicious activity? And if they did, why wasn’t it addressed? 

9. On Halloween, a suspect, identified as Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov, rented a pickup truck, drove it onto a busy bicycle path and mowed down innocent people. Almost immediately after the horrific attack that left 8 dead and a dozen more injured, video of Saipov, an Uzbekistan native, was released. There has yet to be a single image of Stephen Paddock released from the thousands of

10. Campos disappeared days after the shooting, reportedly leaving the country, thus, being a no-show to numerous scheduled television news interviews. Upon his return to the U.S., he did a softball, scripted, interview on the Ellen DeGeneres Show where no penetrating journalism, nor tough questions were asked. The interview was almost comical in the sense that DeGeneres did more narrating of the actual events than Campos, which allowed for him to not divulge any information.

So why did Jesus Campos leave the country in the middle of an investigation into the most-deadly mass shooting in recent American history? Why did he refuse to do the news interviews, and instead opt for a scripted daytime talk show?

The Mandalay Bay, and all of the Vegas Strip for that matter, are some of the most heavily survielled areas on the planet — yet we have seen no video footage, or even stills — of Paddock.

Additionally, as we previously reported, 4 survivors of the attack have died under somewhat questionable circumstances.

As a report from Zero Hedge notes:

Notably, both Kymberley Suchomel and Danny Contreras both publicly claimed there were multiple gunmen the night of the mass shooting. Dennis and Lorraine Carver died after their Mercedes smashed into a metal gate and exploded into flames.

Per CNN:

The couple’s youngest daughter, 16-year-old Madison Carver, told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that she heard the crash from her bedroom. When she ran outside and down the street to find out what had happened, she recognized her family’s vehicle in flames.

By the time their daughter heard the crash (which only happened about a half mile from the Carver’s home) and ran down the road to see what had happened, the car was engulfed in flames… Much like everything else pertaining to the Vegas shooting, the story just doesn’t make sense.

There still has been no motive released for the massacre.

The complete silence from law enforcement in such a high-profile case raises serious questions about the potential for some type of cover-up taking place.

Why is there no investigative coverage of Vegas shooting by major media organizations? Why did the story simply vanish from the news cycle with so much public interest and so many unanswered questions?

The fact that there have been virtually no answers to any of the questions that have arisen from the official story not adding up, while simultaneously being blacked out by the mainstream mass media, seems to indicate an intentional soft-censoring of the Vegas mass shooting… the only question is why?

Over a month and a half later – and we know exactly as much as we did in the immediate aftermath of the attack… virtually nothing.

Contrast that to the recent attack in New York where a detailed picture of the suspect and his activities in the hours and days before the attack was public within hours.…

…yet in the case of Stephen Paddock, we still know nothing a month and a half later.

The official narrative does not add up in the Las Vegas attack, and the public needs to be sure to hold the lamestream media and those investigating the massacre accountable.

It’s clear that this story is being censored by legacy media in an effort to keep the American public in the dark about the exact details surrounding the most-deadly mass shooting in recent U.S. history.

Out of respect for the memory 58 dead and 546 injured — we need to ask why this investigation is being blacked-out and hidden from the public.

Do we really believe that after the most-deadly mass-shooting in America, and with few answers, everyone just decided they didn’t care about the who, what, where, why, and how of the attack?

Please share this important story to help increase public awareness regarding the numerous oddities surrounding the Vegas mass-shooting — and the ongoing media blackout!



California school shooting

As details in the California shooting spree emerge, one detail has been made clear: the state’s highly restrictive gun laws did not stop Kevin Janson Neal from illegally obtaining the guns he never should have had.

According to a story by MercuryNews.com, Neal’s violent history and recent arrest made it impossible for him to obtain guns legally. Authorities are not sure how he got his guns. Neal reportedly had a number of guns in his possession, and at least one was semi-automatic. Police are unsure of he illegally modified a gun to make it semi-automatic. We also know that Neal had magazines that held more than ten bullets, which are illegal in the state. And yet, he managed to get them.

On a related note, we do know that one change spurred by the Sandy Hook shooting did save lives in the shooting rampage that left five dead and ten injured in Northern California. As soon as word spread of an active shooter in the area, a lockdown at a nearby school kept Neal out, after he attempted to enter and continue his spree.

Unfortunately, for those left unprotected by the school lockdown, there was no gun ban or law that could stop a man with documented mental problems and the intent to kill.

California has a program, the Armed and Prohibited Persons System (or APPS), that allows violent or mentally disturbed individuals to have their guns taken away from them. Neal should have been on the list, and it is not yet clear if any guns had been taken away from him. We do know authorities were aware that he owned guns, and his neighbors made numerous attempts to warn authorities of his violent behavior and his gun ownership. He was often seen firing a gun on his property.

From Mercury News:

The AP reported that the gunman was out on bail for a charge of stabbing a neighbor, had been the object of complaints from neighbors who said he had been firing off hundreds of rounds of ammunition, and had been the subject of a domestic violence call the day before the attack.

Tehama County Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston said the shooter was facing charges of assaulting one of the feuding neighbors in January and that she had a restraining order against him. And the Sacramento Bee reported that Neal had been accused twice this year of assaulting his neighbors.

With his violent history, why hadn’t anyone done anything to get this guy off the streets?

Johnston did not comment immediately on the shooter’s access to firearms, but he did tell the Sacramento Bee that one of the fatalities was a woman who lived near Neal and had been the victim of the assault in late January that ended with the suspect in jail. Johnston added that he “believed the suspect was slapped with a restraining order following the January arrest that would have prevented him from owning firearms for at least a period of time,” the Bee reported, “although he had no details on that.”

Neal’s neighbors, though, certainly are expecting some answers and soon. Cristal Caravez and her father live across a ravine from the roadway where the gunman and his first victims lived. She said they and others heard constant gunfire from the area of the gunman’s house, but couldn’t say for sure it was him firing.

“You could hear the yelling. He’d go off the hinges,” she told the AP. The shooting, “it would be during the day, during the night, I mean, it didn’t matter.”

Caravez and her father, who is president of the homeowners association, said neighbors would complain to the sheriff’s department, which referred the complaints back to the homeowners association. “The sheriff,” said Juan Caravez, “wouldn’t do anything about it.”

The gunman’s sister, Sheridan Orr, said her brother had struggled with mental illness throughout his life and at times had a violent temper. She also said Neal had “no business” owning firearms.

Neal, 43, was arrested Jan. 31 and booked into Tehama County Jail on charges of assault with a deadly weapon, according to police logs published in the Red Bluff Daily News, which is owned by the parent company of this newspaper. Documents reveal that Neal was due to stand trial Jan. 11, 2018, on charges of second-degree burglary, assault with a deadly weapon, two counts of false imprisonment by violence, discharge of a firearm with gross negligence, possession of an assault weapon and misdemeanor battery, according to the News.

Tehama County District Attorney Gregg Cohen told the News that Neal had a long-running dispute with his neighbors and during the January incident allegedly shot through a wooden fence at two female neighbors as they walked along the fence. Neal then jumped the fence, confronted the women, stabbed one and took a cellphone from the other, Cohen told the newspaper.

At the time of the shootings, Neal was out of jail on $300,000 bail and had been since shortly after the January incident. His trial was scheduled for January following a preliminary hearing set for Dec. 15. Neal sometimes used the last name Smith, Cohen told the News. The January incident was the first contact his office had had with Neal.

According to a report in the Redding Record Searchlight, prosecutors alleged Neal attacked one woman and robbed another in the Jan. 31 incident, according to court documents. “A Tehama County judged signed a protective order against Neal for both women and a felony criminal trial against Neal was set to begin next year,” said the report, adding that Neal had held both women against their will using violence. Court records show he also fired a gun during the attack — possibly an AR-15 Bushmaster rifle. “The rifle was specifically called out as an illegal assault rifle in the criminal complaint against Neal, though it’s unknown whether the same weapon was used during Tuesday’s deadly shooting.” Neal is reported to have used some sort of assault-style weapon in the shooting; many types of assault weapons are illegal in California. Large ammunition magazines (holding 10 or more bullets) are also illegal in the state; one neighbor said Neal clearly had such magazines, judging from the number of bullets he was firing around his place in the weeks before his allegedly murderous rampage.



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BREAKING: At Least 3 Dead In Massive School Shooting – Here’s What’s Happening On Scene Now

It’s a new week and now another shooting with multiple fatalities at the hands of a deranged gunman. After a terrorist attack in Manhattan, a random shooting in a Colorado Walmart, and a Texas church massacre within the last 30 days, all starting with the biggest mass shooting in modern history on October 1 in Las Vegas, the last six weeks have been the bloodiest on record for America. Now, a California elementary school can be added to this unfortunate list.

Initial reports are coming out now saying that 90-100 shots were fired, resulting in three deaths so far at Rancho Tehama School in Rancho Tehama, California.

KRCTV reports:

Tehama County officials are responding to a reported shooting near a school in Rancho Tehama, near Corning.

Officials said they were called around 8 a.m. Tuesday to a home near Rancho Tehama School where a man was reportedly shot. Officials said they are actively searching for the shooter. 

Officials are telling residents in the Rancho Tehama area to stay inside their homes until they are able to secure the situation. 

Students at Rancho Tehama Elementary are being evacuated to the Rancho Tehama Recreation Hall. Parents can pick up their children there.

A witness named Tiffany, who operates Coffee Addiction Coffee Shop near the school, told KRCR News Channel 7 she heard 90-100 shots fired.

She reported seeing a Honda drive by with the windows shot out. She also saw at least five ambulances responding to the area.

Tiffany’s husband, Brian Rodgers, said another witness reported seeing a white pickup drive through the school gate and start shooting.

Authorities have not confirmed the number of victims.

Rancho Tehama is a community of about 3,500 northwest of Corning.

This is a developing story, please check back for updates. 

Adding to that information is another report just released by KCCI8 in Des Moines, Iowa:

A reported shooting in northern California has left at least three people dead.

The Tehama County Sheriff’s Office says the shooting happened near an elementary school in Rancho Tehama. “Multiple students” have been airlifted from the scene. A 6-year-old is reportedly among the injured.

Rancho Tehama Elementary is reportedly now in lockdown. Local law enforcement have blocked off the road that leads to the school.

The area is under lockdown and roadblocks are preventing parents from getting to their students trapped at the school.

“Parents are in distress stuck behind road block not knowing the status of their kids at school in Rancho Tehama where the shooter ended up,” Sara Stinson wrote on Twitter.

WSBT reports:

Tehama County officials are responding to a reported shooting near a school in Rancho Tehama, near Corning.

Officials said they were called around 8 a.m. Tuesday to a home near Rancho Tehama School, about 115 miles north of Sacramento, where a man was reportedly shot. Officials said they are actively searching for the shooter.

Officials are telling residents in the Rancho Tehama area to stay inside their homes until they are able to secure the situation.

Students at Rancho Tehama Elementary are being evacuated to the rec hall. Parents can pick up their children there.

A witness named Tiffany operates Coffee Addiction Coffee Shot near the school. Tiffany told KRCR News Channel 7 she heard 90-100 shots fired..

She reported seeing a Honda drive by with the windows shot out. She also saw at least five ambulances responding to the area.

Tiffany’s husband Brian Rodgers said another witness reported seeing a white pickup drove through the school gate and start shooting.

Authorities have not confirmed the number of victims.

Rancho Tehama is a community of about 3,500 northwest of Corning.

This is not a gun problem, it’s a deranged individual problem of psychopaths seeking vengeance against a type of person they disagree with. For some reason, liberals seem to perpetually ignore this fact and blame the weapon, not the beliefs or affiliations of the person who pulled the trigger.

Americans, specifically Christians and children are under attack in these trying days prophesized about in the Bible that we are seeing come to fruition under the most terrifying terms. In September, white Tennessee churchgoers were ambushed and killed by a gunman in an unprovoked attack that was swiftly swept under the rug by the mainstream media desperate to hide the important details and keep the attention on irrelevant issues like Russian collusion. Now, the blood of 26 faithful believers is now on their hands after disregarding the clear and present threat in this country to keep the focus on their rhetoric. There’s no hiding what’s happening now and every American needs to be on high alert for what’s coming.

These are sad times we live in and we need to have the ability to defend ourselves, our loved ones, and students from these unprovoked attacks. With the number of schools that have now come under direct threat of ambush, it’s time to consider arming our teachers and providing armed security at our schools.


Texas Pastor Comes Up With Perfect Way To Keep Church-Goers Safe After Latest Mass Shooting

The horrifying mass shooting event at a quiet church in Texas has shaken the nation to its core.

It’s also sparked a ton of passionate response, which has run the gamut from common sense wisdom to disturbing partisan talking points.

While it may be hard to tune out the latter, it’s an imperative step that needs to be taken by the nation as a whole.

As those that make all the noise continue to get all of the attention, there’s a ton of properly-grounded folks that bring actual solutions to the table that aren’t chock full of partisan bullet points.

The Independent Journal Review passes along the details on one of those solutions, and it comes from a relatively surprising source.

But Ron Smith, pastor of Church of the King in McAllen, Texas, has a plan that Lone Star State residents — and any pro-Second Amendment American — can get behind.

He is encouraging more people to get their concealed carry licenses after 26-year-old gunman Devin Patrick Kelleyopened fire during Sunday’s worship service at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, killing 26 people and injuring 30 others.

“If the public carried guns, there would be less people killed by the bad guys,” Smith told KGBT-TV. “[I]f someone comes in shooting up the crowd, and there are people here that have a license to carry, they can save lives.”

Much to the consternation of the Left, the truths of that simple point are becoming more and more apparent.

In the case of Kelley, he would only stop his rampage when he was faced with personal harm.

That’s been true in plenty of other cases as well, and it forces everyone to come to terms with one of the unfortunate realities of the world we live in.

The preacher said he plans to meet with his church’s leadership to develop a policy that would allow firearms to be brought into the sanctuary.

“Those who have a license to carry concealed, I personally encourage it,” he explained, “but it would depend on what our elders say and the written policy that we come up with.”

At the end of the day, though, Smith said he’s not worried about a shooter storming into his church because the chances of it happening are “one in a million,” and regardless, “God’s in control.”

It’s a sad state of affairs that we even have to worry about having folks arm themselves at church.

However, the realities of the world lead to a simple question that helps to reconcile that: What other choice do we have?

As long as bad people continue to do bad things, good people need to be afforded the opportunity to protect themselves and others.

Source: Independent Journal Review, myrightamerica.com

Texas Pastor Says Sanctuary Will Be Demolished After Shooting — Anonymous Donor Offers Something Different

The pastor of the small church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, where 26 people were murdered and dozens of others were wounded Sunday, wants the sanctuary torn down. But one anonymous donor is offering a different option.

Pastor Frank Pomeroy, who lost his 14-year-old daughter, Annabelle, in the shooting, believes tearing the building down and replacing it with a prayer garden is “the best way forward,” Southern Baptist Convention spokesman Roger Oldham told USA Today.

And Frank Page, president and CEO of the SBC’s executive committee, alongside SBC President Steve Gaines, both of whom met with Pomeroy this week, confirmed to the Religion News Service that the sanctuary will be demolished.

“They did say, ‘We can’t go back in there,’” Page said, referring to the congregants of First Baptist Church. “It’s going to be a reminder of the horrific violence against innocent people.”

Sheriff Joe Tackitt Jr. of Wilson County described the sanctuary as a gruesome scene, saying there is “blood everywhere” inside the building.

“You wouldn’t think they’d want to relive that,” Sutherland Springs resident Andy Wyatt, who has built many vacation Bible school sets for the church, told RNS. “They deserve something bigger and better. You want to start fresh, anew.”

And that’s exactly what one anonymous donor is suggesting, Page said. He or she is offering to pay for a brand-new sanctuary for the 100-member congregation because, as Oldham told the Associated Press, the current, bullet-riddled building is “too stark of a reminder” of the horrific attack that took place during Sunday’s worship service.

Additionally, the SBC’s North American Mission Board has offered to pay for all the funeral expenses, even though the Texas Crime Victims’ Compensation program would have footed the bill.

“We’re going to take care of our own people,” Page said.


Illegal Alien Shoots 7-Yr-Old Girl in the Head During MASSIVE Shooting Spree, Liberal Media SILENT

Illegal immigration is still a major problem for America.

Sure, Donald Trump’s presence in office has helped tremendously, but it’s still not perfect.

It never will be.

An illegal recently went on a shooting spree in Texas where he shot a little girl in the head.

What is the liberal mainstream media’s response?


From KXAN:

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Police identified a man accused of shooting at cars with an assault rifle along an 18-mile stretch of Interstate 35 Saturday morning.

Late Sunday night Rolando Martinez, 25, was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a 2nd-degree felony. Four people including a 7-year-old girl were hit. The child remains in critical condition as of Saturday evening.

Austin police say the shooting began about 2 a.m. Saturday and ended around 3:15 a.m. Calls to 911 came in from multiple places along I-35, stretching from south Austin at Stassney Lane up to Wells Branch Parkway.

“We have a lot of crime scenes. We have several people that were injured in this,” said Austin Police Assistant Chief Joseph Chacon on Saturday.


KXAN spoke with one of Martinez’s sisters and learned he’s the oldest of six siblings. She described him happy, calm and was shocked to hear the news. The family hasn’t had the chance to speak with him and tearing up, she said she’s “not sure what went wrong that night.”

Martinez’s bond is set at $1 million. According to Travis County Jail records, he has an Immigration and Naturalization Service detainer on him.

If the MSM continues to keep the American people in the dark, they won’t be around much longer.



BREAKING: The Air Force Made A SICK Mistake That Could Have Stopped The Texas Shooting

Information about Texas church shooter Devin Kelley has continued to come to light over the past 24 hours, as authorities have uncovered more about the former airman and the circumstances surrounding the 2012 conviction that led to his discharge and confinement.

But new information released on Monday revealed that while Kelley should have been prohibited from purchasing or possessing firearms after a U.S. court martial granted his domestic violence conviction, the U.S. Air Force failed to communicate that information to the federal government.

Check it out, via Air Force spokesperson Ann Stefanek:


In light of this news, the Air Force has launched an official investigation into Kelley’s criminal record notification.

Kelley’s conviction specified that he was found guilty of pointing a loaded weapon at his wife, in addition to physically laying his hands on her and his minor step-son.

The new information poses a significant problem for gun control arguments, given this information would not necessarily have been available to someone conducting a background check on Kelley.

This revelation that the Air Force failed to communicate said information suggests the shootings could’ve been avoided if such an oversight had not occurred.


BREAKING DISCOVERY: ‘Strict Gun Laws’ Would Make No Difference In Texas Church Shooting

This Monday, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott released a statement, informing that Devin Kelly, the attacker who killed 26 people in Texas on Sunday, had been rejected for a permission to be armed.

“By all the facts that we seem to know, he was not supposed to have access to a gun,” Abbott stated on CNN. He went on to say that the Texas Department of Public Safety gave him this information. “So how did this happen?”

Abbott clearly explained that despite the fact that the attacker tried to get a gun permit in the state of Texas, the officials did not give him that right, Nevertheless, officials still have to find out how the shooter got the gun.

The governor added up that under a federal law, Kelley should not have been allowed to even make this purchase in the first place.

“How that got through the cracks, I don’t have that information,” Abbot noted. “But it’s important to understand these are the types of facts and issues that investigators continue to look into.”

“We will be able to have clear answers to those questions in the coming days,” he went on.

Still, authorities believe Kelly was rejected “because of either answers or the lack thereof that were provided in his request to get a Texas gun permit.”

Abbott went on to say that Kelly’s motivations had been “completely deranged” and that he “had mental health issues, apparently” prior to joining the Air Force.

The Air Force gave Kelly a “bad conduct” discharge back in 2014 as he was accused and later found guilty on charges of assault against his spouse and child.

According to Texas law, a domestic violence conviction takes away a person’s right to possess a gun. Nevertheless, Texas law does not require the “surrender of firearms or ammunition by domestic abusers who have become prohibited from possessing firearms,” according to Giffords Law Center.

Additionally, it does not “require the removal of firearms or ammunition at the scene of a domestic violence incident.”

During the one-year prison sentence served for the assault, Kelley’s wife divorced him.

According to CNN, Kelly bought the Ruger AR-556 rifle back in April 2016 from an Academy Sports & Outdoors store in San Antonio, Texas. CNN cited an unnamed source for its information.

The editorial also writes that as Kelly had been filling in the background check, he wrote down an address in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Also, he allegedly wrote that he did not have any disqualifying criminal history.

And about the massacre Sunday, Abborr made some theories about the incident.

“I don’t think this church was picked out at random.” Abbott said Monday on “CBS This Morning.” “I think there was purpose and intent that Devin Kelley had in showing up at this particular location.”

And Wilson County Sheriff Joe Tackitt previously made a statement that Kelley’s ex-wife and former in-laws occasionally attended the church.

Yet, along with speculation about the shooter and his motives, Abbott was also asked about gun violence. It was a question he responded to by beginning with, “evil exists in this world.”

“I’m going to use the words of the citizens of Sutherland Springs themselves, and that is, they want to work together for love to overcome evil,” Abbott added.

“And you do that by working with God.”



HERO: Local Armed Citizen Chased Texas Attacker In Vehicle Following The Mass Shooting


The Democrats took the chance and called for gun rules right away, still, an armed citizen pursued Kelly in a vehicle following the incident.

As the NBC reported, the attacker left the scene and fas arrested following a brief chase.

He lost control of the vehicle and drove off the road into a field.

A local person with an arm initially pursued Kelly with his vehicle following the mass shooting. The Daily Beast reported:

One witness told a KSAT reporter the he was dressed “in full gear.” During a press conference in Sutherland Springs, state and local officials said that Kelley had an “assault-type” rifle and first fired outside the church before entering the building. An armed citizen pursued Kelley by vehicle after he left the church.

As The Gateway Pundit has reported, the attacker has been court-martialled in 2014 following a dishonorable discharge.


Here is the case number:
No. 14-0387/AF.  U.S. v. Devin P. KELLEY.  CCA 38267.

According to McMilitary Law:

States have laws for gun control for court martial cases.
Will I be able to own firearms?
Federal and state laws do place restrictions on the purchase of firearms by those convicted of felonies. 18 USC § 922(b). Many jurisdictions distinguish between violent and non-violent offenses.

It was against the law for Devin to own firearms.

The left constantly calls for ‘gun control,’ after each and every incident involving arms. Nevertheless, laws do not prevent people from buying guns. If they need guns, they will always find a way to get one. The only thing stricter gun laws may do is disarm law-abiding citizens.



BREAKING: SHOOTING In Texas Baptist Church! ← A Dozen Casualties

Texas PD just reported a shooting at a Baptist church in Southerland Springs in which the police has shot down the attacker.

Via CBS News:

Wilson County sheriff says there is a “situation” and first responders are on scene amid reports of a shooting.”

Not more than an hour ago, reporter Jesse Rodriguez stated:
“Source in TX tells me as many as 10-15 dead in church shooting in Sutherland Springs, near San Antonio; suspect is down,”

This is horrible.

Families in tears wait to see if their family and friends are safe. Praying for the safety of all those involved,” said Massey.

Via Mirror Uk:
“Police were responding to a shooting inside of a church in Sutherland Springs Sunday afternoon.

According to local media, there is a mass casualty situation at the Sutherland Springs Baptist Church—in the 200 block of 4th Street.

Multiple agencies were responding and medical helicopters were dispatched.”

Everybody should contact their family and friends that live in the area or happened to be going to the church.

Our most sincere compassion to the family and friends of the misfortunate people that got killed in this incident.

This is another reason why we should double-time our security, our borders, our army. We should clean our country from animals like this shooter. This must be resolved as soon as possible before even more people are hurt and killed because we are living in times when Sunday’s Church means nothing to some people.

We must take control now! Our citizens should suffer no more from the illegals who have zero knowledge or respect for us as human beings, our culture and the whole aspect of humanity as a moral value.