Gunman’s Path to Obtaining AR-Style Rifle Despite Criminal History and Mental Illness

HOUSTON, Texas – The recent shooting at Lakewood Church in Houston has raised questions about the system that allowed the shooter to legally purchase an AR-style rifle despite a criminal record, history of mental illness, and prior threats of violence. The shooter, Genesse Moreno, 36, entered the church with her 7-year-old son before opening fire in the hallway, prompting worshippers to flee for safety. Although the motive for the shooting remains unclear, the tragic event …

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Texas Church Shooter’s Rifle Purchase Raises Questions About Mental Illness and Criminal History

SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas – The purchase of a rifle by the Texas church shooter, despite his history of mental illness and criminal record, has raised concerns and scrutiny. The shooter, who killed 26 people at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, was able to buy the rifle from a sporting goods store, raising questions about the effectiveness of the background check system. The Air Force has acknowledged that it failed to enter the shooter’s domestic …

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Gunman with history of mental illness shoots child at Texas megachurch

HOUSTON, Texas – Authorities revealed that the shooter at a prominent Texas megachurch had a history of mental illness and brought their young son to the attack. The incident, which occurred during the Sunday service, ended in an exchange of gunfire with two off-duty officers. The shooter was identified as Genesse Ivonne Moreno, 36, who used both male and female aliases. The attack took place at the Lakewood Church, led by Pastor Joel Osteen, and …

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Netflix Documentary Sheds Light on Deranged Stalker-Killer’s Dark History

OMAHA, NEBRASKA – A chilling Netflix documentary delves into the twisted and murderous saga of Shanna “Liz” Golyar, a woman who engaged in a series of devious and malevolent acts, including the murder of her love rival, Cari Farver. Golyar, who once faced suspicion in connection to the death of her infant son, executed a web of deceit and treachery that ultimately led to her imprisonment for life. The tragic events date back to November …

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Lexington’s Lyric Theatre Shines in Gospel Music Celebration for Black History Month

LEXINGTON, Ky. – In celebration of Black History Month, the Lyric Theatre in Lexington hosted a gospel music event on Saturday night, drawing a packed crowd to honor the rich traditions and history of gospel music. Christian Adair, the executive director of the Lyric Theatre, emphasized the significance of the event in bringing people together and showcasing the resilience of black Americans. He highlighted the theatre’s commitment to diversity, inclusion, and inspiration, stating that the …

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Southwick Society Unveils Information Boards Detailing Park’s Fascinating History

Southwick, England – History enthusiasts in Southwick, England unveiled two information boards in a local park, shedding light on a tragic plane crash and the park’s rich history dating back to the early 1900s. The boards, designed and unveiled by members of the Southwick Society, aim to educate dog walkers and park-goers about the area’s past. One of the boards details the May 1956 crash of a Valiant bomber in Southwick, providing insight into the …

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Uncovering the Top Unsolved Mysteries and Cold Cases in Colorado’s History

Denver, Colorado – The FBI has renewed a plea for information in a 22-year-old case where three people were shot and killed at a Littleton bowling alley. This has prompted a revisiting of some of the most bizarre cases and unsolved mysteries in Colorado’s history. One of the most notorious cold cases in American history is the 1996 murder of 6-year-old JonBenét Ramsey in her Boulder home. Despite numerous theories and investigations, the killer remains …

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Alabama Executes Convicted Killer Using Nitrogen Hypoxia, Making History as First State to Use Method

Atmore, Alabama became the first state to use nitrogen hypoxia to execute a convicted killer on Thursday. Kenneth Eugene Smith was put to death at the William C. Holman Correctional Facility. Smith had been on death row for over 30 years after being convicted of beating 45-year-old Elizabeth Sennett to death with a fireplace poker. Smith was one of several death row inmates who chose nitrogen hypoxia over lethal injection as their method of execution. …

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Alabama Contract Killer Kenneth Smith Set to Be Executed by Nitrogen Hypoxia – First Time in U.S. History

ATMORE, Ala. — After spending more than two decades on death row, contract killer and Alabama native Kenneth Smith is set to become the first person to be executed by nitrogen hypoxia. This method, referred to as experimental by Smith’s attorneys and admonished by the United Nations, is scheduled for Thursday. The US Supreme Court has declined to stop the execution, and Smith will not be alone in the gas chamber at the William C. …

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Texas Man Kills 6, Injures 2 in Violent Attack Across Two Cities – Mental Health History Emerges

AUSTIN, Texas — A Texas man went on a daylong killing spree, leaving six people dead and two police officers wounded in a trail of violence stretching from San Antonio to Austin, according to authorities on Wednesday. Shane James, 34, of San Antonio, is accused of committing the attacks in Austin and San Antonio that occurred on Tuesday, before crashing his car that evening during a police chase. He has been charged with two counts …

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