New details emerged this week about the investigation into the mass shooting that happened at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas that left 21 dead, including 19 children and two teachers. Specifically, there are major concerns that law enforcement made a devastating mistake by waiting too long to engage with the shooter inside the fourth-grade classroom.
As it turns out, the incident commander on scene who is under fire is a former Laredoan who worked for UISD and the Webb County Sheriff’s Office, and is a recently-elected Uvalde city councilmember. He allegedly ordered law enforcement to wait for reinforcements and to not engage the shooter for close to an hour.
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