By now everyone on Earth has heard about the biggest mass-shooting in Texas history that left 26 dead. An outspoken Athiest walked into a church and massacred dozens of women, men and children.
Despite his Atheist beliefs, we've been told the church shooter in Sutherland Springs, Texas was just seeking revenge against his in-laws. This attack was not ideologically inspired, according to authorities.
Officials say the attack may have stemmed from a “domestic situation” within the Kelley family, rather than a racial or religious motivation.
Freeman Martin, a spokesman for the Texas Department of Public Safety, said Kelley had sent threatening text messages to his mother-in-law before the shooting.
But Wilson County Sheriff Joe Tackitt said the family members were not in the church during Kelley's attack.“I heard that [the in-laws] attended church from time to time,” he said. “Not on a regular basis.”
So it was a "domestic situation," but his in-laws weren't in the church at the time of the attack? Something about this explanation from authorities doesn't add up.