Critics Say Military Doesn’t Report to Gun-Check Database

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Critics of the national database designed to vet gun buyers charge that the U.S. military routinely neglects to populate it with court-martial records, as required by law, the Wall Street Journal reports. The Air Force admitted it had failed to submit the records of Devin Kelley, who killed 26 people in a Texas church on Sunday, to the FBI after a . . .

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