Devin Patrick Kelly, the alleged shooter who attacked a Baptist Church in Texas, killing 26 and wounding 20 more, was a member of ANTIFA (Anti-Fascist-Action) and was apparently "triggered" to attack conservatives by the utterly FAILED ANTIFA "uprising" yesterday, November 4.
A mass casualty shooting near San Antonio, Texas, left up to 27 people dead and dozens injured. Reports from Sutherland Springs, Texas, indicate that multiple people have been taken to area hospitals. The gunman is reported to be dead after deputies cornered him about five miles from the scene.
Update 6:08 p.m.: KENS 5 tweeted an interview with a witness who described watching his neighbor engage the suspect with a gun. The suspect fled the scene following the encounter with the neighbor.
Update 5:55 p.m.: Texas Department of Public Safety Region 6 Director Freeman Martin told reporters during a press conference that a local resident engaged the shooter with his own weapon. Devin Kelley then dropped his Ruger AR-15 rifle and got in his car to leave. The resident pursued Kelley’s vehicle until it crashed. Police found Kelley dead inside his vehicle. It is not clear if he shot himself or if the resident shot him, Martin stated.
Martin said the suspect (officials did not use Kelley’s name during the press conference) got out of his vehicle at a Valero gas station across the street from the church. He opened fire after crossing the street and fired from two locations outside the church. He then entered the church and shot again. Martin stated the suspect was dressed in all black tactical gear including a ballistic vest.
He identified the weapon used as a Ruger AR-15 rifle.
Martin confirmed 26 people were killed by the shooter, not including the shooter. Of those, two died outside the church, 23 died inside the church, and one died after being transported to a hospital.
While Martin could not disclose the names of the deceased, he said they ranged in age from five-years-old to 72-years-old.
Wilson County Sheriff Joe Tackitt told reporters “Don’t say it should have never happened because it does happen.”
Wilson County District Attorney Audry stated the threat to the community is over and thanked the media for helping get that information out to the public.
Update 5:32 p.m.: CBS News reports Devin Kelley received a dishonorable discharge from the Air Force after being court-martialed in May 2014. The report states it is unclear if Kelley died from a self-inflicted wound or if police shot him.
The Hal Turner Radio Show has confirmed that Devin Kelly featured a photo of an ANTIFA Flag on his Facebook page and was an avid "anti-racist." For months, ANTIFA has vigorously organized for their Nov. 4 "It Begins" to force out Trump and Pence. Well, when Nov. 4 came, ANTIFA found it had no support. It barely mustered 1,000 protesters TOTAL in the cities they promoted protests in, and those protests were vigorously oppsed by pro-Trump support.
The ANTIFA protest/uprising . . . was a complete FAILURE. This "triggered" Kelly and he went off the deep end, and did what his ANTIFA LEADERS CALLED-FOR: Attack Churches!
Below is a sample of ANTIFA communications wherein they tell members to attack churches:
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