Failure to report Texas gunman's record reflects systemic problem, sources say

The US Air Force's failure to properly document Texas gunman Devin Kelley's 2012 court martial conviction for assault on his wife and their child in a federal database used for firearm sale background checks reflects a systemic problem with the Department of Defense's system for sharing critical case information with the FBI, several former FBI and military agents told CNN.

Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson said Thursday the service will continue to review the case of Kelley, who killed 25 people and an unborn child at a Texas Baptist church Sunday, along with others in various databases for signs of mishandling, but she said she was not aware of past problems related to sharing criminal history data.Yet several former military investigators told CNN that top officials have not only known about problems related to criminal records handling within the Air Force ...