Texas church gunman's phone recovered, but encryption preventing access, FBI says
Tuesday, 7 November 2017 () The phone used by the gunman who stormed into First Baptist Church on Sunday killing 26 people, including an 18-month-old and an unborn child, has been recovered and turned over to the FBI -- but encryption technology is preventing officials from accessing it, authorities said Tuesday.
According to officials, the man who carried out one of the deadliest mass shootings in the US was permitted to buy guns legally because a prior domestic violence conviction was never put into an FBI database used in background checks. The Pentagon said that Devin Kelley, the gunman in Sunday's...
Unlocking the Texas gunman's phone following his attack at a Sutherland Springs church that left 26 people dead is proving difficult, and Apple says it has... Newsmax - USAlso reported by •BGR India •News24 •betanews
For about 48 hours after a deadly rampage at a Texas church, the FBI and other law enforcement agencies did not ask Apple Inc to help them unlock the gunman's... DNA - WorldAlso reported by •New Zealand Herald •Newsmax