Imagine you are 1,200 miles away from home in a Walmart, picking up some odds and ends you need for a job. You are already disheartened because you just saw the news of the massacre in Sutherland Springs. You hate that sort of thing in general, and you hate this tragedy more than most because it took place in the San Antonio area, where you grew up. There you are in the Walmart on the outskirts of Joliet, Illinois, minding your own business, when suddenly your cellphone erupts. Strangers are reposting things you’ve posted months before, raging out at you, wishing you would die. You start to wonder why this is happening to you. You realize in horror that Devin Kelley—the man who killed 26…View Original Post
The post Devin Kelley on What It’s Like to Share a Name With a Mass Shooter appeared first on Texas Monthly.