The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Bearing Arms
A little over a week later, and we’re still learning more about the gunman who opened fire on a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, killing 26 innocent people and wounding over a dozen more.
The killer was a convicted domestic abuser who assaulted both his wife and child – and now we know the extent of that abuse.
In an exclusive interview with Inside Edition, Tessa Brennaman, the shooter’s first wife, reveals how much she suffered while the two were married.
“He would choke me, punch me, kick me,” she recounts. “There would be times where I was on the floor curled up and I would have to protect my organs because he would be violently kicking me.”
Of course, Brennaman says he was kind at first. Funny, even.
“He would pay for my food if we went somewhere. He would zinc the car, make fun ofpost was originally published on this site