Leaked video shows Texas law enforcement's long wait to confront Uvalde school shooter - Eagle Pass Business Journal

Jul 14, 2022 View Original Article
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54% : Multiple law enforcement officers from Uvalde, the state Department of Public Safety, U.S. Border Patrol and other agencies can be seen in the video.
54% : The Texas Tribune reviewed the footage on June 20, publishing a detailed written account based on the footage, other media reports and law enforcement records.
53% : Much of the details shown in the video have already been disclosed in media reports and details released by law enforcement.
49% : On the same day that a Texas House committee investigating the Uvalde school shooting announced plans to release footage of law enforcement response to the incident, a video showing police waiting for more than an hour in the school hallway before confronting the shooter was published by the Austin American-Statesman and KVUE-TV.
44% :Since last month, the three-person House committee -- which also includes El Paso Democrat state Rep. Joe Moody and former Republican state Supreme Court justice Eva Guzman -- has interviewed more than a dozen witnesses behind closed doors, including law enforcement and school workers.
36% : "In law enforcement, when one officer fails, we all fail."
29% : Elected officials and law enforcement leaders criticized the leak of the video that was supposed to first be shown to victims' families.

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