Texas Gunman's Ex-Wife Reveals How He Bragged About Killing His Dog

Texas Gunman's Ex-Wife Reveals How He Bragged About Killing His Dog

Kelley pleaded guilty assaulting Ms Brennaman and fracturing her young son's skull in 2012 while he was in the US Air Force. He was sentenced to 12 months in prison and court martialled, and should have been prohibited from buying a gun - but the air force failed to document his record. "He just had a lot of demons or hatred inside of him", CNN quoted her as saying on a television show.

The latter claim might prove hard, said Sisk, as the defense could claim that, even if Kelley had failed a background check, he could still have committed his crime with illegally obtained instead of legally purchased guns.

"He told me, "Do you want to die"? she said.

"In a sane person's mind, when people say something like that you don't think it's something they're going to do", she said.

Tune into Inside Edition Monday for more of the exclusive interview with Tessa Brennaman and to hear how she reacted when she found out her ex-husband was behind the massacre. In an interview, the heroic civilian said that he's glad that he had his assault rifle, adding that if he had gone after Kelley with a pistol, it would have been futile.

In 2012, Kelley was court-martialed and convicted for assaulting his wife and stepson.

Kelley 'was completely distant and way out in thought, ' recalled Judy Green. "He would say he wished he had the nerve to do it, but all he would be able to do is kill animals". While he was there, parishioners kept a close eye on him.

If Kelley had been carrying a weapon, Rod Green said, he would have escorted him away because of all the children there.

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"He's like, 'I could just bury you somewhere in the desert and no one would ever find you, '" she said. "There was something wrong with the picture".

"I think it's nearly inevitable that the Air Force will be sued", said retired Lt. Gen. Richard Harding, former judge advocate general of the service.

At a Christmas dinner one year, Kelley had 'bragged about being armed, ' Rod Green said.

Brennaman filed for divorce and Kelley went on to marry his second wife, Danielle Shields, in 2014.

The shooting, which left dozens dead 20 others injured, stemmed from a domestic dispute involving Kelly and his mother-in-law, who was a member of the church community but was not present on the day of tragic event.

Officials said the church will be demolished and it will serve as a temporary memorial.

Eleven people remained hospitalized Friday with wounds from the shooting.

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