Read Devin P. Kelley's assault and domestic violence court documents

The Air Force says it failed to follow policies for alerting federal law enforcement about Devin P. Kelley’s violent past, enabling the former service member, who killed 26 churchgoers Sunday in South Sutherland, Tex., to obtain firearms before the shooting rampage. Kelley was sentenced to a year in prison and kicked out of the military with a bad conduct discharge following two counts of domestic abuse against his wife and a child, according to an Air Force spokeswoman. The Air Force says it failed to follow procedures, allowing Texas church shooter to obtain firearms