What we know about the Texas church shooting suspect

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Texas Church Site Of Mass Shooting Converted Into Memorial During Mass

- vladtv.com
13 Nov 2017
OPEN DOORS: The First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs in Texas held its first service today since last Sunday's shooting that left 26 people dead, including an unborn baby. The interior of the church was turned into a memorial to honor the lives of the fallen members. texas texasstrong church Sutherland Springs memorial tx rose service firstbaptistchurch children lost ...

NRB Members Respond to Deadly Shooting at Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas

13 Nov 2017
This past week, the nation - still reeling from its deadliest mass shooting in Las Vegas - was again brought to its knees after a shooting rampage during a Sunday morning service at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, claimed the lives of 26 people and left 20 wounded.
- nrb.org

Almost Inevitable' US Air Force Will Be Sued Over Texas Mass Shooting

- sputniknews.com
13 Nov 2017
What's Next for US Gun Control After Carnage at a Texas Church? Prayer Vigil Held in Texas to Honor Shooting Victims: 'It Was a Shock' (PHOTO) US Senate Panel to Hold Hearing on Weapons Regulations in Wake of Texas Shooting Texas Community Plans Series of Future Events to Honor Church Shooting Victims FBI Fails to Decipher Texas Church Shooter's Cell Phone

Texas church reports record attendance at first service since shooting

13 Nov 2017
The former pastor at the Sutherland Springs, Texas, church where a gunman opened fire a week ago says the first service since the worst mass shooting in Texas history is the most attended in the congregation's 100-year history. Former Pastor Mark Collins said the First Baptist Church "is still alive" and is encouraging people to give themselves to Christ. He said those who ...
- endtimeheadlines.org

Texas town turns to faith for comfort after church mass shooting

- rawstory.com
13 Nov 2017
A chair and roses shows where Karla Holcombe was found dead at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs where 26 people were killed one week ago, as the church opens to the public as a memorial to those killed, in Sutherland Springs, Texas, U.S. November 12, 2017. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Bishop Marvin Sapp Questions Blaming Mental Sickness for Texas Church Shooting

13 Nov 2017
On Sunday, a 26-year-old caucasian man named Devin Patrick Kelley, committed the deadliest church shooting in U.S. history. Kelley opened fire on First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, where 26 congregants died and 20 more people were injured before he was shot by a local resident.
- christianpost.com

CNN Fails to Include Unborn Baby in Texas Church Shooting Victim Tally

- route.overnewser.com
13 Nov 2017
This month's slaughter at a small Texas church has compelled the church's pastor to carry a gun, and some fellow clergy members are already armed, with the goal of protecting their congregants. ?Churches are more vulnerable than ever before,? Pastor Joe Worley of First Baptist Church in Groves,.

Matt Barber Blames TX Church Shooting on ACLU, BlackLivesMatter, and Antifa

13 Nov 2017
Investigators have not publicly identified a motive for the shooting, but they pointed to Kelley's rage at his own relatives, particularly his mother-in-law, who attended the church but was not there during the massacre. "We know there was conflict," [Texas Department of Public Safety regional director Freeman] Martin said. "He was upset with the mother-in-law."
- patheos.com

After Texas Shooting, the Secular Left's Gospel of Condescension Continues

- bloodredpatriots.com
13 Nov 2017
To the devastated people of Sutherland Springs, Texas, President Donald Trump told a grieving nation, "Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and families of today's horrible and murderous attack." And while liberals didn't seem to mind when President Barack Obama responded likewise to the Navy Yard shooting in 2013, many are completely unglued that this ...

Mass grave with up to 400 bodies found in Iraq area previously held by Daesh

13 Nov 2017
KIRKUK, IRAQ--Iraqi security forces have found mass graves in an area recently retaken from Daesh, also known as ISIS, that could contain up to 400 bodies, an Iraqi official said Monday. The bodies of civilians and security forces were found in an abandoned base near Hawija, a northern town retaken in early October, Kirkuk governor Rakan Saed said. He didn't say when ...
- newssummedup.com

Mass graves discovered near Hawija

- bbc.co.uk
13 Nov 2017
Iraqi forces have discovered dozens of mass graves in areas that were once under IS control. Last year the Associated Press published a survey of mass graves that identified 72 sites. They could contain from 5,200 to more than 15,000 bodies, the news agency said.

New mass graves found in Iraq could have 400 bodies

13 Nov 2017
In this Saturday, November 11, 2017 frame grab from video, bones lie on the ground in an area recently retaken from the Islamic State group, at an abandoned base near the northern town of Hawija, Iraq. Kirkuk Gov. Rakan Saed said on Sunday, November 12, 2017, that the bodies of civilians and security forces have been found at the mass grave that could contain up to 400 ...
- newsinfo.inquirer.net

How Congress Is Reacting to the Texas Church Shooting

- rollingstone.com
13 Nov 2017
In Orlando, as Usual, Domestic Violence Was Ignored Red Flag Watch Stephen Colbert's Sobering Response to Sutherland Springs Shooting What Happens to Survivors of Mass Shootings Like Las Vegas? This Senator Has Hope for Tackling Gun Violence, Even After Sandy Hook All Stories

Local churches talk security after Texas church shooting

13 Nov 2017
Metropolitan Community Church of Our Redeemer Pastor Marc Trimm-Bryant said, "We had a packed house, the events of Texas did not deter anyone from showing up, I was looking over our congregation we had a few more guests with it being our anniversary Sunday, but no one laid out this Sunday."
- wrdw.com

In Life and in Death, White Privilege Protected Texas Shooter Devin Kelley

- theintercept.com
13 Nov 2017
This past Sunday morning, Devin Patrick Kelley walked into a small country church in the rural south Texas town of Sutherland Springs and shot nearly every single person in the building -- brutally slaughtering 26 innocent men, women, and children, and critically injuring at least 20 others.
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