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The Department of Defense Office of The Inspector General revealed in an investigative report Thursday the U.S. Air Force (USAF) failed to submit the Sutherland Spring, Texas, shooter’s criminal information into the FBI database four separate times.
“Specifically, we determined that the USAF had four opportunities to collect and submit Kelley’s fingerprints to the FBI CJIS Division and two opportunities to submit his final disposition report to the FBI CJIS Division, as required, but never did so,” the report says.
OIG - Report - USAF - Kelley - Fingerprints
According to the OIG’s report, the USAF failed to submit Kelley’s fingerprints and final disposition report to the FBI’s Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division. This information would have been included in the FBI databases after Kelley was convicted of a crime of domestic violence by a USAF General Court-Martial.
“The USAF’s failure to submit Kelley’s fingerprints and final disposition information allowed Kelley to pass the federally mandated background checks and to purchase four firearms from Federal Firearms Licensed (FFL) dealers,” the OIG report states.
Kelley - Firearms - Massacre - Texas - Church
Kelley used three of those four firearms during his shooting massacre at the small Texas church late last year.
The OIG found through their investigation that that numerous organizations and individuals in the USAF did not enter Kelley’s fingerprints or final disposition report to the FBI CJIS Division and listed the four times the USAF had the opportunity to collect Kelley’s fingerprints.
June - Kelley - AFOSI - Assault - Stepson
In June 2011, Kelley was interviewed by AFOSI following the assault of his stepson. The OIG says Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI ) agents collected Kelley’s fingerprints and...
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