Jeff Sessions has ordered a review of the FBI Background Check system after it failed to detect the Sutherland Springs shooter.
Dailycaller.com reported: U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions ordered a comprehensive review of the FBI’s National Instant Criminal Background Check System after the deadly Sutherland Springs church shooting in early November.
The Sutherland Springs church shooting in Texas was perpetrated by former Air Force enlisted-man Devin Kelley, who under U.S. law should not have been able to purchase a firearm. Kelley was convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence against his then-wife and stepson in 2012, earning him a year in military prison and a bad conduct discharge. He reportedly beat his wife during the incident and badly fractured his stepson’s skull. These charges should have denied him legal access to firearms.
The primary item of Sessions’s orders the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to “work with the Department of Defense to identify and resolve any issues with the military’s reporting of convictions and other information relevant to determining prohibited person status under 18 U.S.C. § 922(g).”
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