What the Uvalde Police did was let 21 murders happen! They lied initially about the whole process on how they were supposed to protect these innocent children. The mass murderer was randomly shooting for 12 minutes outside of the school.
Apparently, no one in the school heard the shooting outside and the school should have been in lockdown. But someone opened the backdoor at that particular time and the mass shooter entered the school.
There are videos from parents showing Uvalde Police holding parents back with tasers.
Two separate parents, one drove 40 miles, went in and saved their loved ones and others. Why were the Uvalde police waiting for at least over an hour?
Special operations border patrol (BORTAC) came and still were asked to wait half an hour until BORTAC made the decision to go in and killed the mass shooter. It’s almost as if this shooting was planned. Then Biden comes to Uvalde to play President primarily because his poll numbers are down in the low 30s & probably much lower than mainstream media will report.
It appears something went terribly wrong. The 19 Uvalde police officers who were there should all be fired & tried. The parents & families need to sue the Uvalde Police for negligence and intentionally not doing there jobs. And the FBI didn’t say much and then scattered. Sounds too much like the Las Vegas shooting.
An Update On The Terrible Mass Shooting of the Innocent Children & Teachers in Uvalde:
A Instagram user pointed out the school shooting in Broward County in Florida. I remember the shooting specifically and seeing the pictures of the Sheriff Scott Israel from Broward County with Hillary Clinton scattered throughout social media. They are executing children and people (Las Vegas Shooting) to persuade voters to use their emotions when voting. Publicly showing Biden coming in to give his fake condolences to the grieving parents of Uvalde to raise his failing poll numbers and use this mass shooting now since Biden wants to ban a popular hand gun. Again working towards doing away with the 2nd amendment.
Even stranger on today’s news, May 31, 2022, the Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin announces, what he refers to as good news for the embattled Police Chief, Pete Arredondo can assume the City Council seat to which he was previously elected.
Arredondo, according to Texas Department of Public Safety Director Steven McCraw, was in charge of the response and chose not to have the officers immediately breach the class room where the mass shooter was murdering 19 children, 2 teachers and seriously injured 17 more children currently suffering in the hospital.
Arredondo’s swearing-in ceremony was scheduled for this Tuesday but is being postponed due to the first funerals of those innocent children and teachers who died in the attack on Robb Elementary School.
Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin said in a statement to news outlets on May 30. “To our knowledge, we are currently not aware of any investigation of Mr. Arredondo.” Mayor McLaughlin also said, “There is nothing in the City Charter, Election Code, or Texas Constitution that prohibits him from taking the oath of office.”
As of today May 31, Pete Arredondo, the Uvalde school district police chief, has not responded to Texas Rangers in two days for a follow-up interview from his initial statements following the shooting
McGraw said, Arredondo has not spoken to reporters since the shooting and Arredondo made the choice because he thought the situation was a barricaded suspect, not an active shooter.
That doesn’t even make sense, when there were multiple 911 calls made from the classroom as officers stood outside and showed children were still alive asking for help. “At least one of the callers survived,” McCraw said.
The U.S. Department of Justice announced over the weekend that it is probing the response. Probing the response, this should be a thorough investigation to indict many in this mass shooting failed debacle reponse time of one hour and 15 minutes. There is a mountain of evidence including cell phone data from the many children in the classroom and parent’s 911 calls.
The current information supports people’s suspicions. The on-site Commander is a Beto supporter and donated to Beto’s campaign. During this investigation, the bank accounts of the Commander of the Department of Public Safety Steven C. McCraw and Police Chief Arredondo should be checked for large deposits, tracking backwards to a few more sinister people as the source.
Police officers were told to stand down. They had the KEY to the classroom & could have gone in anytime to stop the mass shooter. This explains police using tasers to threaten parents from going in. The Texas State Police blamed the Department of Public Safety Commander Steven C. McCraw. He’s the person who could barely talk into the microphone explaining away nothing!
And even more alarming in today’s news, the Texas mass shooter’s grandmother, Celia “Sally” Martinez Gonzales, was a teacher’s aide at the Robb Elementary School. The grandmother of the crazed gunman was shot first in the face and left for dead in her home where Salvador Ramos, the shooter, was living with at the time. Then went on as a crazed gunman to the Robb Elementary School killing 21 people; 19 children and 2 teachers.
A friend of Celia “Sally” Martinez Gonzales, asked to remain anonymous, did not know if that’s why Salvador Ramos, 18, chose Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, as his target. But his grandmother’s employment there is the first direct link between Ramos and the school, which is a half-mile from her home.
There are mass shootings taking place every week and more on weekends in Chicago and mainstream and social media rarely cover these terrible violent shootings in the City of Chicago where there are the most stringent laws in place regarding gun control.
Nobody will ever forget the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting under the Obama/Biden administration, which still appears too suspicious that occurred on December 14, 2012, in Newtown, Connecticut. When 20-year-old Adam Lanza shot and killed 26 people. Twenty of the victims were children between six and seven years old and six were adult staff members.
Las Vegas Mass Shooting
Startling news back in 2017, Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal together with Bill Gates, owns the Four Seasons Hotel that is located within the 5 top floors of the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas. It certainly, appears to be an unusual investment for Bill Gates with the Saudi Prince.
The Four Seasons Hotel-within-a-hotel boasts its own private elevators & separate entrance where Steven Paddock, the mass shooter, was shown on CCTV cameras using these elevators carrying two big and long duffel bags possibly containing the automatic assault weapons used in the shooting which killed 58 people and injured 800 who were there just to enjoy an evening concert.
At this point, it’s very hard to trust what Bill Gates does, invests in, or has created. Melinda Gates did publicly announce she left Bill Gates primarily because of his friendship ties to Jeffrey Epstein. Melinda Gates wanted to meet Jeffrey Epstein for herself. Probably trying to discern and find out why her husband of 27 years seemed like he was infatuated with a man whose horrible reputation preceded him. Melinda said, “She found Epstein to be abhorrent.”
From 5 NBC By Scott Friedman, Eva Parks, Bonnie Moon, Jose Sanchez Updated on May 29 and Nats.news Commentary
State’s top police official says the Uvalde school police chief chose to wait for more help instead of sending first officers into the classroom.
— Natalie Keshing (@NatalieKeshing) May 31, 2022
Investigators said Friday that the scene commander at the Uvalde school shooting chose to wait for additional help instead of continuing to attempt entry to a classroom where students had been shot and the gunman barricaded himself behind a locked door.
Texas Department of Public Safety Director Steve McCraw called it “the wrong decision,” added there was “no excuse,” and said that officers should have continued trying to engage the gunman long before units with more equipment and manpower arrived.
After three days of inconsistent timeline accounts from Texas DPS officials, McCraw acknowledged it was more than one hour and 15 minutes from the time the first officers entered the school building until they entered the classroom and killed the gunman, after finally obtaining keys to the room from a school janitor.
At a news conference Friday, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) said information police had provided him earlier in the week was partly inaccurate. Abbott had previously praised the officers for a fast response and said they saved lives.
Friday afternoon the governor said he had been misled and was livid.
“I am absolutely livid about that and here is my expectation, that the law enforcement leaders that are leading the investigations, which are the Texas Rangers and the FBI, that they get to the bottom of every fact with absolute certainty,” Abbott said.
McCraw said Friday that the gunman entered the school building at 11:33 a.m. Tuesday through a back door a teacher had left propped open.
Within two minutes, three officers entered the same door and four others entered moments later as the first three attempted to reach the classroom.
“The three initial police officers that arrived went directly to the door and to receive grazing wounds at that time from the suspect while the door was closed,” McCraw said.
Over the next 30 minutes, he said more officers enter the building, 19 in all, but they still do not enter the classroom.
“In fact, there was plenty of officers to do whatever needed to be done. With one exception is that the incident commander inside believed they needed more equipment and more officers to do a tactical breach at that point,” said McCraw.
Late Friday, two senior federal law enforcement officials told NBC News that members of the US Border Patrol’s elite tactical team arrived at the school between noon and 12:15 p.m. but that they were first instructed by local law enforcement to wait and not go after the gunman. After approximately 30 minutes the officials said the Border Patrol agents went against the guidance they were given and lead a “stack” of officers in entering the classroom.
A stack maneuver typically involves officers lined up behind a ballistic shield to provide cover and direct additional firepower toward the shooter.
As officers waited to enter the room, McCraw said police began receiving 911 calls from two people trapped in the classroom.
“At 12:16 (one person) called back and said there was eight to nine students alive,” McCraw said.
Videos taken outside the building show parents pleading with police during that time, even offering to storm the building themselves.
“Other parents are going in the front to shoot him already,” one parent shouted.
Finally at 12:50 p.m., more than an hour and 15 minutes after the shooting began, McCraw said police and members of the Border Patrol tactical team entered the room and killed the suspect.
“They breached the door using keys that they’re able to get from the janitor,” said McCraw.
McCraw said the scene commander, who he identified as the local school district police chief, should not have waited.
“Of course, it was not the right decision, it was the wrong decision. There was no excuse for that. But again, I wasn’t there. But I’m just telling you from what we know. We believe there should have been an entry at that as soon as you can,” said McCraw.
McCraw said the commander believed the shooter did not pose a risk to any more children barricaded behind the door.
He said it was not clear if 9-1-1 operators told officers the victims that were calling were still alive.
NBC5 made several attempts to reach the Uvalde CISD police chief Friday, but messages were not immediately returned. Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Licensing (TCOLE) records obtained by NBC5 Investigates said the chief is a 26 year law enforcement veteran, and that he last took the state’s required police officer active shooter training course just five months ago, in December.
The TCLOE active shooter training curriculum reminds officers, “Time is the number one enemy during active shooter response.”
It sayas officers should continue trying to reach the gunman “…even if that means one officer acting alone.”
“You don’t have to have a leader on the scene. Every officer lines up, stacks up … and keeps shooting until the subject is dead. Period,” said McCraw.
For families of the victims, the delays are hard to comprehend.
“My brother was ready to give his life for his daughter and they keep pushing him and pushing back. And he told them, ‘Because, why is there just 22 guys standing there doing nothing? We all go in there,’” said Jose Cazares, uncle to one of the victims that died.