Gunman who killed two in Texas church shooting is named.
Texas church shooting: Man who killed shooter identified as pro-gun activist and political hopeful. Jack Wilson was seen on video killing the shooter who opened fire at West Freeway Church of Christ, White Settlement near Forth Worth, Texas By Priyam Chhetri Updated On: 18:45 PST, Dec 30, 2019. Copy to Clipboard. Jack Wilson (AP) WHITE SETTLEMENT, TEXAS: The man who killed the Texas church.
WHITE SETTLEMENT, Texas -- The gunman who opened fire at a Texas church during a livestreamed Sunday service, killing two, was identified by law enforcement source as Keith Thomas Kinnunen.
The gunman who opened fire in a Texas church on Sunday, killing two before being shot dead by parishioners, was identified as Keith Thomas Kinnunen, who lived in the nearby town of River Oaks, state officials said on Monday.His two victims killed at West Freeway Church of Christ in White Settlement, Texas, were identified as Anton Wallace, 64, of Fort Worth and Richard White, 67, also of River.
A Gunman Killed Two People Inside A Texas Church, Then Parishioners Killed The Shooter Sections. The shooter was identified as Keith Thomas Kinnunen, a 43-year-old from the nearby city of River Oaks, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety. Kinnunen had an extensive criminal record, with charges including assault, theft, and disorderly conduct, according to public records. In New.
Keith Thomas Kinnunen, identified as a shooting suspect at a church in White Settlement, Texas, poses for an undated police booking photo released by the Tarrant County Sheriff's Office in Fort.
Texas authorities said they are still trying to determine the motive behind a shooting attack on a church outside Fort Worth on Sunday, which left three people dead, including the suspected gunman.
The victims of Sunday's shooting, identified as Anton Wallace, 64, of Fort Worth and Richard White, 67, of River Oaks, were also members of the civilian security force at West Freeway Church of.