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Man who killed 26 in Texas church forced girl, 13, to pose naked then took her virginity.

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On Sunday, November 5, 2017, Devin Kelley walked into the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, killed 26 people and injured 20. More is now being revealed about him, including that he once raped a 13-year-old girl.

Kelley forced 13-year-old Brittany Adcock to pose naked for him so as to fulfil his “sick kicks” and then he took her virginity. Brittany, now 22, said the “monster” was 18 when he first approached her in a shopping centre and asked for her number.

He went on to harass her over many years, even inviting her to move in with him as a topless maid. She said he also boasted of filming his mum and sister with a secret camera he rigged up in the family bathroom.

Man who killed 26 in Texas church forced girl, 13, to pose naked then took her virginity

She said: “It wasn’t long after my 13th birthday but it didn’t deter him despite him being a man. Devin would beg to take pictures of me naked – to please him, I agreed. I was so naive. He was a lot older than me and I was bowled over an older guy would show interest in me. He took about a dozen pictures and then held them over me for the rest of his life.”

Brittany added: “Devin took my virginity. It was at my mother’s house. It was just awful when I look back.”

She ended the relationship but he pursued her and continued to harass her over the years. He even set up a fake profile on Facebook to talk to her, Brittany claimed.

Brittany said: “One of the worst things was just after he married his second wife three years ago. He said he would take care of me on condition that I live with them as his topless maid.”

The last time she heard from him was six months ago when he texted her a photo of a topless girl and asked if it was her. Kelley, 26, took his own life on Sunday after his gun rampage. Brittany says the paedophile’s death has finally brought an end to him stalking, tormenting and trying to bribe her.

Brittany, from San Antonio, Texas, said: “He was a monster. The world is a better place now he is gone… I now know he was a paedophile. He used me to fulfil his sick kicks.”

Man who killed 26 in Texas church forced girl, 13, to pose naked then took her virginity

It has also emerged that in 2012, Kelley broke out of a psychiatric hospital while in the Air Force, after making death threats against superiors and trying to smuggle weapons on to his base.

 He was captured at a bus station after escaping the hospital where he was sent after being charged with assaulting his first wife and breaking the skull of his baby stepson.

Survivors of the church massacre have begun speaking out. Rosa Solis, who was shot in the arm, said Kelley walked up and down the church’s aisle, shouting, “Everybody dies”.

She said she survived by pretending to be dead while all around her people were screaming and crying and children were yelling for their mums.

It is thought Kelley targeted the church after a feud with his mother-in-law, who is a parishioner there.

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Nigeria: Activist freed after months of detention

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Omoyele Sowore a Nigerian human rights activist, pro-democracy campaigner, and founder of an online news agency Sahara Reporters has been released.

On August 3, 2019 Sowore was arrested by the Nigerian Department of Security Services (DSS) for alleged treason after calling for a protest tagged Revolution now.

A judge in Abuja ordered the secret police to free Mr Sowore and pay a fine for their repeated refusal to comply with court rulings on the case.

The police had previously refused to grant him bail, despite being told to do so.

He has pleaded not guilty to treason, money laundering and cyber-stalking.

Human rights campaigners say the case is part of a broader move to restrict freedom of speech in Nigeria.

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Nigeria: Court sentenced Orji kalu to 12 years in prision

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President Muhammadu Buhari regime has so far tackle corruption as promised to Nigerians before affirming the Nigerian president.

Though, one can not say whether his efforts are being recognize by Nigerian citizens after coming under criticism with his reform plans.

A Federal High Court in Lagos on Thursday sentenced a former Governor of Abia, Orji Kalu, to 12 years’ imprisonment for N7.2 billion fraud and money laundering.

Orji Kalu is a business tycoon who served as the governor of Abia State, Nigeria from May 29, 1999, to May 29, 2007. Prior to his election, he served as the chairman of the Borno Water Board and the chairman of the Cooperative and Commerce Bank Limited.

Kalu was also a member of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Progressive Peoples Alliance (PPA) and the chairman of the PPA Board of Trustees.

He was the party’s presidential candidate in the April 2007 general election. He is currently a member of the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) after he officially announced his resignation as a PPA BOT.

The court convicted Kalu, now a senator, on all the 39 counts preferred against him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission charge.

Kalu was charged alongside a former Commissioner for Finance, in the state Jones Udeogo, and his company, Slok Nig. Ltd.

While Kalu and his company were found guilty of all the 39 counts, Udeogo was convicted on 34 counts and sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment.

The court ordered that the Slok Nig. Ltd. be wound up and its assets forfeited to the Federal Government

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