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Wife of Sutherland Springs gunman Devin Kelley speaks for first time about day of the massacre - San Antonio Express-News

(Lisa Krantz | San Antonio Express-News) Michelle said she thinks her daughter is still under Devin's spell. She hopes his hold on her will weaken with the passage of time. Danielle seemed more open in recent days to admitting her husband's controlling nature, Michelle said. But after years of watching her daughter plead for help, only to defend Devin when she tried to intervene, Michelle said she can't be sure Danielle's apparent change of heart is genuine. "I don't know if she's finally coming around to it, admitting to it, or if she's just saying it because she thinks that's what I want to hear her say," Michelle said. Sometimes, she wonders if Danielle even realizes what Devin did to her. "No matter what, I will love him," Danielle said of Devin. "Even though he went off and ruined more people's lives than I could ever imagine." Danielle Kelley says she will always love her husband, Devin Kelley, but will always hate what he did. Media: Lisa Krantz, San Antonio Express-News Danielle met Devin when they were hanging out with friends. She was a distraught preteen, with a thick stripe of bleached blonde hair and marks on her wrists and legs from cutting herself.

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Portlaoise people react to the redesigned Leinster Express newspaper The redesigned Leinster Express newspaper is on sale from today Tuesday, and we went into town in Portlaoise to see what people think of it. Christine O'Connor and her brother Philip O'Brien were enjoying a read in Mulhalls restaurant. "I like the darker bigger headlines. I love the nights out page, the pictures are bigger altogether, I've no reading glasses on but I can see it a lot better, I think it's brilliant," said Christine. "I can read it much easier, it has some very interesting stories," said Philip. Joan McCormack and Adrian Mahon took a break from their work in McCormack's Deli to have a look. "It's nice, the pages are laid out differently, there's a lot more colour, I'd be more drawn to read it," said Joan. Outside Chocolate Brown, Anne Brennan from New Road was sitting and reading her copy. "I get it every week, I always read the football reports because my nephews play, but I read it cover to cover every week," she said. Portlaoise retired businessman Joe Ging is also a loyal reader and gave the redesign a thumbs up.

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