Army acknowledges failures to report crime information to FBI


WASHINGTON — The Army’s high normal stated Wednesday his service has failed in a “significant amount” of circumstances to alert the FBI to troopers’ prison historical past.

The badertion by Gen. Mark Milley, the Army chief of workers, was essentially the most concrete indication that the issue isn’t confined to the Air Force. That army department acknowledged final week that it had failed to inform the FBI in regards to the badault conviction of Devin P. Kelley, a former airman who killed 26 folks in a Texas church on Nov. 5.

Image: Milley testifies at the Senate hearing about women deployed in ground combat units on Capitol Hill  in Washington

U.S. Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley (R) testifies on Capitol Hill on February 2, 2016 in Washington.