ADAM J. HEBERT
SECAF Heather Wilson and Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein take questions at the Pentagon Nov. 9, 2017. Photo: SSgt. Rusty Frank
This editorial will appear in the January 2018 issue of Air Force Magazine
An oversimplified, straight-line description of how Devin P. Kelley’s criminal life reached its apex hinges on a bureaucratic failure. One can reasonably argue that Kelley was able to buy the weapons he used to murder 26 churchgoers in Texas because the Air Force failed to inform the FBI that Kelley was a convicted felon.
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