A video captured the slaughter of the Texas Church: seven minutes and executions with a shot of grace

Sutherland Springs ' First Baptist Church recorded its religious services. They never thought that one day they would record a massacre. But it did. Last Sunday Devin Kelley entered the church and murdered 26 people in a shooting and left 20 her ...

A video captured the slaughter of the Texas Church: seven minutes and executions with a shot of grace
Sutherland Springs ' First Baptist Church recorded its religious services. They never thought that one day they would record a massacre. But it did. Last Sunday Devin Kelley entered the church and murdered 26 people in a shooting and left 20 wounds. The camera recorded everything. The images are in the hands of the FBI and according to leaks from internal sources to the U.S. press show a gruesome sequence in which the murderer fired methodically against the parishioners. Armed with a semi-automatic rifle, he released more than 400 bullets, against adults and children. Some executed them bringing the weapon to his head to make the shot of grace, in cold blood before the eyes of others. Apparently by the investigators in the recording, the rain of bullets lasted seven minutes. This Wednesday the government of Texas offered the names of the mortal victims: Ten women, seven men, eight children and the fetus who grew up in one of the deceased Crystal Holcombe – seven more members of her family were killed in the massacre. The victims were between 77 years and 17 months. It is known that the Exsoldier Devin Patrick Kelley escaped from a psychiatric hospital in 2012 and was caught trying to put weapons at the base of the Air Force where he was. He also threatened his superiors in the army. In 2012 he was expelled from the army after a martial trial for mistreating his wife and stepson. An Air Force error – which did not register this on a background basis – allowed Kelley to later buy weapons. In the days leading up to their neighbours ' killing, they could hear their gusts of proof in the mornings without knowing what was coming. The police think Kelley threw herself into the slaughter for "domestic problems." His wife's mother went to the Sutherland Springs Church. On Sunday, however, he had not gone. Unlike his mother-the grandmother of the murderer's wife-who died under his bullets. Relatives of the murderer claim that in recent times they had seen him work as a private security guard and that he was in a very bad mood, "as if he had a miserable life." After the killing Kelley received two shots of a man passing through the church with his rifle and tried to escape in his car haunted by this man and another who took him in his car. The murderer ended up leaving the road. The police arrived and found him dead. He had shot himself.

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