The recent church shooting in Texas was one of the worst of all time.
More and more information has been coming out about what happened.
And the three last bone-chilling words the shooter said before opening fire just came out and they are sure to leave you speechless.
Devin Patrick Kelley is the atheist gunman who killed 26 people at a Texas church.
He entered the church on a Sunday morning, and remorselessly murdered everyone he could.
In the days after the shooting, his dark past has come to light.
He was dishonorably discharged from the Air Force.
And, according to people who knew him, he was an atheist who regularly ragged on Christians, calling them stupid as he tried to convert them to atheism.
As information comes streaming in, the shooter only becomes more troubling.
Now someone who was in the church has revealed more about what happened that fateful day.
According to survivor Rosanne Solis, the shooter prowled the church screaming “everyone die, mother*****!” as he killed as many people as he could, one by one.
As reported by the NY Post:
“The Texas shooter issued one order to his victims as he prowled the tiny church: “Everybody die, mother-f*****!”
That was all Devin Kelley said as he methodically killed 26 people and injured 20 more inside the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs on Sunday, survivor Rosanne Solis told ABC affiliate KSAT.
Kelley opened fire from outside the church, then paused before entering and resuming his onslaught. The brief halt in gunfire gave Solis hope that the cavalry had arrived — then Kelley issued his chilling command, the survivor said.
“I thought it was the police when he went inside because everyone got real quiet. Everyone was saying, ‘Be quiet. It’s him. It’s him.’ Then he yelled out, ‘Everybody die motherf—!’ and he started shooting again,” she recalled.
Solis, who suffered a gunshot wound to her shoulder, said her only option was to play dead.
“There was nowhere to go,” she told ABC News. “I played dead, and I made sure that I hid myself good underneath that bench. I saw bodies with a lot of blood — that’s all I saw because I wasn’t about to get out from where I was hiding.”
“I shouldn’t have gone to church that day,” she remembers thinking as she huddled under the pew.
Kelley targeted anyone who made a peep, and had no qualms about shooting babies who couldn’t control their fear, her husband Joaquin Ramirez told the San Antonio Express-News.”
The more troubling part to come out is how remorseless he was.
According to churchgoers, Kelley had no qualms about shooting babies if they couldn’t control their fear.
While a motive isn’t yet known, there are many speculations.
His violent past mixed with his atheist beliefs make many believe that this was an attack on Christianity.
Old classmates of Kelley reported that he believes that Christians are stupid and regularly posted about that on Facebook, the same place he posted pictures of the rifle he used that fateful day.
What do you think his motive was?
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