EXCLUSIVE: New Details Emerge as Parents of Dallas Cop Killer Micah Johnson Break Silence

The gunman who killed 5 troops officers in Dallas, identified as Micah Xavier Johnson, displayed a conspicuous change in function after being liberated from a U.S. Army in 2015, a shooter’s relatives told TheBlaze in an disdainful talk set to air after this week.

After refusing to pronounce to a media, a family reached out privately to TheBlaze’s Lawrence Jones after saying him on television. On Sunday, Jones sat down with Johnson’s relatives and stepmother during a mother’s Mesquite, Texas, home where investigators pronounced they found rifles, ammunition, “bomb-making materials” and a biography of fight tactics.

Delphine Johnson, a gunman’s mother, pronounced she watched her son renovate from a fun-loving extrovert into a “hermit” after his troops service, that spanned roughly 6 years and enclosed a seven-month deployment to Afghanistan. While a relatives couldn’t remember their son mentioning any sold occurrence that might have been dire during his time as a U.S. Army reservist, they concluded something had changed.

Growing adult as a kid, Johnson indeed wanted to be a troops officer and after became “gung-ho” about enlisting a military, a mom recalled.

Investigators leave a home of Micah Johnson in a Dallas suburb of Mesquite, Texas, Friday, Jul 8, 2016. A Texas law coercion central identified Micah Johnson, 25, as a sniper that non-stop glow on troops officers in a heart of Dallas during protests over dual new deadly troops shootings of black men. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

Investigators leave a home of Micah Johnson in a Dallas suburb of Mesquite, Texas, Friday, Jul 8, 2016. A Texas law coercion central identified Micah Johnson, 25, as a shooter that non-stop glow on troops officers in a heart of Dallas during protests over dual new deadly troops shootings of black men. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

“He desired his country,” she said. “He wanted to strengthen his country.”

But Johnson’s faith seemed to blur divided over time, and was transposed by beating and rancour toward a government.

“The troops was not what Micah suspicion it would be,” Delphine said. “He was really disappointed, really disappointed. But it might be that a ideal that he suspicion of a government, what he suspicion a troops represented, it only didn’t live adult to his expectations.”