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The perpetrator of the Texas massacre had problems with his in-laws. They visited the Sutherland Springs Church frequently.

Texas massacre: Family dispute could be the motive of the church attack

The perpetrator of the Texas massacre had problems with his in-laws. They visited the Sutherland Springs Church frequently.

Texas massacre: Family dispute could be the motive of the church attack

According to authorities, motive of attack on a church in Texas dates back to family disputes. The act did not have any racist or religious background, said a representative of Texan security forces. The perpetrator had killed 26 people day before during a church service in village of Surland Springs.

A connection between gunner and parish in Surland Springs is to have passed. Married relatives of perpetrator had occasionally taken part in church service re. To time, however, y were not re, said security representative. The perpetrator had problems with his family and in-laws; His mor-in-law was a regular visitor to church. In fact, attacker had sent threatening messages.

After attack, man himself shot himself, reported local police. Previously, an armed citizen had persecuted and shot shooter. The shooter was found dead in his car after crime.

Sentenced to twelve months in prison

The U.S. Army identified perpetrator as Devin K., a former Air Force employee. A military court had sentenced him 2012 after assaulting attacks on his wife and joint child to twelve months in prison, Pentagon shared. In addition, his rank was downgraded due to poor leadership. Two years later, he was released from army. Until n, he worked at an Air force base in New Mexico.

The police shared that armed was wearing black clos and a bulletproof vest. A spokesman for Texas authorities said that more weapons had been found in his car.

The weapon had acquired shooter in April 2016 in a store in San Antonio, CNN reported. The mandatory check of buyer did not result in anything that would have prevented a purchase.

US President Donald Trump ordered to put flags on half mast. In Tokyo he said in course of his trip to Asia that incident was a "deed of evil". The perpetrator was "very confused" and in " highest way mentally disturbed," said Trump. According to preliminary reports, man had "many problems" for a long time.

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