There’s a Devil Loose Even at the Church: Father Shoots Dead His Three Children Inside a Sacramento Church and Kills a Fourth Person and Turns the Gun on Himself During So-called Supervised Visit: Children’s Mother Had a Restraining Order Against Him. All 3 Children Were Under the Age of 15 – Daniel Whyte III Says This Is One of the Main Problems With Divorce and Something Has to Change Because This Evil and Foolishness Is Happening Every Day Across America. It Is One Thing for Two Adults to Separate and Divorce Which Is Tragic in Itself, but When You Start Messing With Their Heart, Which Is Their Children, Bad Things Are Going to Happen. My Suggestion Is There Should Not Be This Back-and-forth With the Children. Another Awful Pain and Punishment for Divorce Should Be to Allow the Children to Choose Which Parent They Want to Stay With and the Other Parent Cannot See the Children or Pick Up the Children. You Are Tearing Out the Children’s Heart When You Do That. This Is a Shame Before God Almighty. Life Would Be Better for Everybody if Parents Would Stop Being Selfish and Do What Is Right by God and What Is Right by the Children. But if for Some Demonic Reason You Can’t Stay Together, Use the Wisdom of Solomon and Put the Children With the Parent They Want to Be With if They Are of Age and Then Separate Completely Where Your Paths Don’t Cross Again, and the Parent Who Is Willing to Give Up the Children, Even to an Inferior Parent, Is Probably the Parent Who Should Have the Children.

A California father who had a restraining order against him and was on a supervised visit with his kids at a church in Sacramento, has shot dead four people including his three young daughters aged nine, ten and 13.

The 39-year-old father who has yet to be named then shot the children’s chaperone dead before turning the gun on himself at the church on the outskirts of the California state capital, in the Arden Mall area of the city.

Sheriff Scott Jones said the shooter was estranged from the children’s mother, who had a restraining order against him.

The incident started at around 5:10pm on Monday when officers were called to the ‘The Church in Sacramento’, reported ABC10.

The shooting happened in the main room of the small church. Emergency services were alerted after an employee at the church who was upstairs heard gunshots and called 911.

Grassman said he did not know if the family members belonged to the the church, which sits on a mostly residential block near a commercial area east of downtown Sacramento, CBS13 reported.

It wasn’t immediately known how many people were at the church or if there were any services or activities at the time of the shooting. The church is known to hold Bible study classes for children and teens, although none were scheduled for Monday.

So far, a possible motive for the shooting had not been released but the sheriff’s office said it was a case of domestic violence.

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Source: Daily Mail