New details about the factory massacre in Aurora, Illinois

Background checks missed his prior felony conviction which should have precluded him from being able to purchase a gun, according to the employer's parent company.
1:37 | 02/18/19

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Next to new details about the factory massacre in Aurora, Illinois. We're learning more about the five victims killed by Gary martin, a convicted felon, who was not legally agreed to own a gun. Zachary kiesch is in Aurora. Reporter: Tonight, many in this Illinois community still grappling with how a longtime employee could walk into this factory and kill five of his co-workers. Police belie Gary martin knew he was getting fired when he brought a loaded Smith and Wesson pistol outfitted with a laser to work on Friday. But he shouldn't have had that gun. Police revealing tound checks missed his prior felony conviction which should have stopped him from purchasing the weapon. The company that planned to fire him saying, pre-employment background checks also his criminal past. The community of Aurora now united by the shared shock and sorrow. Like Vincent Juarez, his daughter in tears. Clayton parks, russel Breyer and Josh Pinkard, also fathers taken too soon. And Trevor Wehner, a college intern killed on his first day of the job. Is this anything you would have expected around here? Not at all. You never expect it to happen to where you live. And when it does hit home, you don't know what to do. Reporter: In a bit of good news, all but one of the five officers injured Friday are out of the hospital and have made it home. So they too can begin the healing process. Tom? Zachary, thank you. We want to ahead overseas. ISIS making its last stand in

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