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Air Force failed to disclose Texas gunman's domestic violence history to FBI

Christian Science Monitor Tuesday, 7 November 2017
The US Air Force admits it did not report Texas gunman's history of domestic violence to the FBI and is now launching a review of the case. The domestic violence incident would have precluded gunman from legally buying a gun.
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