Uvalde Cops killed a little girl during the shooting, a surviving classmate said

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On the other hand, we are clearly heartbroken by all the news from Texas. But the more we learn about what happened during the horrific school shootings, the more we get angry …

As we are reporting, an 18-year-old gunman killed 19 children and two teachers. Rob Primary School On tuesday. Over the past few days, more and more scattered details about what happened inside the school have come out. And almost every new story gives our police an example of how to disrupt it in a catastrophic way. But this story could be the worst.

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A fourth-grader who survived the shooting told a local outlet KENS 5 That he was in a room that shared a door with another classroom where the shooter was during the shooting, says:

“She is OK. We have a door in the middle. He opened it. He came in and sat down a little shaken and said, he said, ‘The time of death has come.’

The child added:

“When I heard gunshots through the door, I told my friend to hide under something so he wouldn’t find us. I was hiding hard. And I told my friend not to talk because he was going to listen to us. “

While the two were hiding under the table, the boy said he heard police enter the room and asked someone if they needed help. They actually told the students to do the opposite of what this boy knows to do. And when a little girl was killed for what they said:

When the police arrived, they said: ‘If you need help!’ And one of my classmates said, ‘Help.’ The man heard and he came in and shot him.

Even after that final death, the police finally – after waiting so long – came:

“The police entered the classroom. The man shot at the police. And the police started firing. “

Absolutely awesome. After the shooting ended, the student stated that he had come out of hiding:

“I just opened the screen. And I just put my hand out. I went out with a friend. I knew it was the police. I saw armor and shields. “

The child shared with the outlet that two teachers who lost their lives, Irma Garcia And Eva MirelessSaved and saved their lives, revealing:

“They were excellent teachers. They went in front of my classmates to help. To save them. “

The horrific story of this young boy is just one example of the incompetent, even dangerous reaction of the police to this tragedy. A number of eyewitness accounts have emerged, describing the police’s lack of effort in the situation, including Javier CajaresWhose daughter? Jacqueline Cajares Died during the shooting.

Talking to Auxiliary printing pressWhen the father found out about the attack and ran to the school, he saw several officers outside the building, the father said. When it didn’t look like the police were going inside, Javier said he and a few others wanted to storm inside:

“Let’s hurry, because the police are not doing what they are supposed to do. More could be done. They were unprepared. ”

According to NBC News, School video shows parents and other residents who come out and scold the police for not doing anything, in real time. A woman can be heard saying:

“Come in! Come in! What’s the king’s deal?”

One man shouted:

“They are all there. The police are doing nothing but standing outside. You know they’re little kids, aren’t they? Little kids, they don’t know how to protect themselves. “

Uvalade police chief claimed during a news conference on Thursday that officers responded to the attack “within minutes”, since then reports have surfaced that the shooter was inside the school. 40 minutes to an hour He was killed before and after being confronted by police at the hands of a U.S. border patrol agent. WTF!

Steven McCrae The Texas Department of Public Safety even said in a news conference Friday that not entering the classroom quickly enough was a “wrong decision.” Although he said “with the benefit of insight” as if no one could figure it out right now.

He further added that there were even 19 law enforcement officers outside the hallway – as he said, “plenty of officers to do what needs to be done.” Despite that number, they still took no action to save the children and instead waited for house keys and tactical tools:

“At the time, the commander of the scene believed that it had changed from an active shooter to a barricaded subject. From where I am now sitting, it was not the right decision. It was the wrong decision. There is no excuse for it.”

Of course not. To make matters worse, McCrae claimed that officers were waiting outside when the children repeatedly called 911 and asked for help:

“There was a belief that there were no survivors and the matter is now trying to ignore law enforcement or persuade them to come.”

An important note in these accounts of the police is that they are not openly working and seemingly refusing to harm themselves, even to the point of saving young children. According to the latest records, the small town of Uvalde has a population of less than 16,000. They spend 40% of their annual municipal budget on their police force. So the police are not going to take action when they need it the most, then why so much money ??

Plus, we have to mention that the police have changed parts of the story several times this week! According to, for example MSNBCBefore entering the primary school, police encountered the gunman when he crashed a car, the report said. Sergeant Eric Estrada Explained CNN Tuesday that he was “employed by law enforcement” but then “was able to enter the premises.” However, the regional director of the Department of Public Security in South Texas Victor Escalan He claimed that there was no incident between the police and the gunman who was able to enter the building after 12 minutes without any problem.

Additionally, a DPS spokesman said The Washington Post The gunman and an armed school security officer opened fire outside the school. The department has also confirmed the matter Today That school officer was armed. But that changed when McCrae told reporters Thursday that “an officer was not available, not armed.”

Now, we can’t help wondering, which one is it? Did it really go down that sad day? There are still many unanswered questions. But one thing we know? All these new details are just annoying to say the least.

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