san antonio - The American authorities left a chance in 2013 to prosecute the later church gunner Devin Kelley for rape. He shot 26 people dead in Sutherland Springs last year. Earlier commotion arose because the man could buy several firearms despite a conviction.
Local media reports that a woman in 2013 had reported the alleged sexual abuse. The ex-wife of Kelley also opened a book in a written statement about his violent behavior. 'He hit me for a year, smothered, kicked and waded,' she said according to the newspaper San Antonio Express-News.
The police would have stopped the investigation because the alleged victim was suddenly unavailable. A detective left three voicemails and sent her a letter with the request to contact her.
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