Texas church shooter Devin Kelley allegedly purchased animals on Craigslist just to murder them. Kelley’s former Air Force colleague Jessika Edwards told CNN she supervised the killer for two years, from 2010 to 2012. Edwards revealed that Kelley told her he used dogs for “target practice.”
The former colleague told CNN that Kelley began sending her the bizarre Facebook messages in 2014. She said she couldn’t tell for sure if Kelley was making sick jokes or telling the truth, but it creeped her out enough to stop talking to him.
While Edwards and Kelley were still enlisted in the Air Force, Edwards said Kelley was obsessed with mass murder.
“He would make jokes about wanting to kill somebody,” Edwards told CNN. “And we would say, ‘wait, that’s not funny.'”
When Kelley was disciplined for poor performance, Edwards recalled telling her bosses to “back off or he would shoot the place up.”
Kelley had “problem