Justice Department appeals a case that found Air Force culpable in Texas church mass shooting
A 2017 mass shooting incident in Texas is at least partly the fault of the Air Force. That’s what a court ruled because the Air Force had not put the shooter’s criminal history into the FBI’s background-check system, allowing the shooter to purchase the rifle with which he murdered 25 people. Now the Justice Department has filed an appeal of the Air Force ruling. To discuss the victims’ side of the tragedy, Federal Drive host Tom Temin spoke to plaintiff’s attorney Jamal Alsaffar.