According to The San Antonio Express-News, Kelley served in the Air Force but was court-martialed in 2012 and guilty of domestic violence. He’d assaulted his wife and young child, the court-martial found, and sentenced him to 12 months of confinement and gave him a “bad discharge” from the Air Force. In 2014, Kelley appealed the ruling but lost, The New York Times reported. “He assaulted his stepson severely enough that he fractured his skull, and he also assaulted his wife,” retired colonel Don Christensen, who was the chief prosecutor for the Air Force, told the Times. “He pled to intentionally doing it.”
This is a screenshot from RT's (Russian State-run media outlet) Facebook page — spreading lies about the Sutherland Sprints, Texas shooter being Antifa based on a photoshopped 4Chan image. Wake UP People. Trump and Russia are the FAKE NEWS MEDIA! #TexasChurchMassacrepic.twitter.com/2vJB7MrT4O
Russia Today retracts its story that the Sutherland Springs shooter had leftist ‘antifa’ connections:
“We got it wrong and will do our best to provide you verified information in dynamic breaking news circumstances.”
Is this more recent story about Twitter based on ‘verified information’?
Despite Igor Koske’s fervent gratitude to Russia Today for providing a Russian citizen with an alternative to America’s Cable Network News, this RT Twitter fiction doesn’t exist beyond Russia’s fog of fake right-wing news outlets.