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The details from the Uvalde shooting keep getting worse

Jun 22, 2022 View Original Article
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    -84% Extremely Liberal

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    -84% Extremely Liberal

  • Politician Portrayal

    -18% Negative

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

50% : In the end, it took an hour and 15 minutes for law enforcement to finally breach the classroom and confront the shooter, but McCraw said Tuesday that they could have done so in as little as three minutes.
47% : Arredondo, the commanding officer who led the police response to the shooting, did not have a radio on him during the response -- something he admitted to in an interview with The Texas Tribune -- and thus was unable to coordinate with state and federal law enforcement on the scene.
46% : Security footage from inside the school revealed that those officers were equipped with high-powered rifles and ballistic shields, despite initial claims made by law enforcement that they were outgunned.
34% :Over the course of the hearing, new information regarding how law enforcement handled the mass shooting was revealed -- and each detail is more horrific and disturbing than the last.
34% : The accounts range from cowardice to incompetence, but all display the ineptitude of law enforcement officials who failed to protect their community.
30% : Police also used the wrong maps of the school while coordinating their response, McCraw said, resulting in law enforcement pursuing the wrong locations.

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