There is much confusion surrounding the background of the Texas Church shooter Devin Patrick Kelley’s past and how he was able to legally obtain firearms. It seems that despite the 2012 domestic violence court martial of Devin Patrick Kelley, the U.S. Air Force did not enter the violation into a national database. Kelley was convicted of fracturing his infant stepson’s skull and assaulting his first wife, and received a bad conduct discharge. Had his name been in the database, he would not have been able to legally purchase weapons. A spokesman for the Air Force said officials are reviewing his conviction at Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico, and investigating why it was not entered into the National Criminal Information Center. Kelley fatally shot at least 26 people at a Texas church this past Sunday.