The Air Force admitted Monday a huge mistake. According to the New York Times, the conviction of Devin P. Kelley for domestic assault on his wife and infant stepson was never entered into a federal database by the Air Force. I can't say with any certainty that if Kelley's information would have been entered properly the tragic events on Sunday wouldn't have happened. However, it would have been another obstacle and possible deterrent. Remember though, criminals and those who aren't able to buy gun have obtained them illegally before. We must make sure though that all information regarding convictions of domestic assault make its way to the FBI database. That goes for civilian and military. Watch the video above for my full thoughts.

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