Parents in Uvalde, Texas expressed their outrage after a long-awaited report on the Robb Elementary mass shooting absolved first responders of any failings in their response that day.

The Uvalde City Council held a special meeting on Thursday to hear the findings of the report into the May 2022 shooting, which left 19 students and two teachers dead.

The investigation found that none of the initial five Uvalde police officers who attended the scene violated policy or committed serious acts of misconduct, prompting outrage from victims’ families in the room.

Uvalde families voice outrage after internal report absolves law enforcement of failings | The Independent

Truthfully, I was pessimistically expecting this result. This not only shields the cops from being fired and having to work as Walmart Loss Prevention associates but protects (somewhat) the local county from being sued into becoming the parking lot of a closed Sears.

And somewhere another maniac just learned that there is a chance that he will be uninterrupted in his future killing because cos now can use Uvalde as an excuse not to get in the line of fire.

And probably the only people shot by cops will be armed parents rushing to the rescue.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

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  1. yall ever think its all by design??? these things happen and “authority” does nothing then “lawmakers” announce sweeping “gun control” tiny dicked da sues evil gun maker and cops( like weatherman) keep thier job and continue to harass lawful citizens…. medis continues to blame firearms …. remember the 80s??? all the hippies with thier “question authority “ bumper stickers are now sucking the gubmint dick….

  2. We have investigated our actions and have determined that everyone of us followed policy.

    Note that no one ever questions the policy or policy makers.

    1. The sad thing is, no, they did not follow policy.

      Shortly after Columbine and a couple other gun-free-zone shootings, it became policy across all LEO agencies that ‘first on scene, first in, advance and attack the shooter.’

      It’s in the department manual. Of which each officer has to sign that he/she/it reads and understands the policies and procedures, failure to follow policies and procedures will result in termination.

      Part of the Law Enforcement Accreditation process, of which all the agencies around Uvalde went through, was standardization of policies and procedures, countywide, statewide and nationwide. And the Accreditation system really got rolling due to Columbine and other school shootings because rules could be vastly different from one agency to another.

      To investigate themselves and find themselves (like Broward’s Cowards) not guilty and not terminatable, well, what a crock of bullscat.

  3. They had no idea what they were facing, but they had to know what those children were facing. Cowards one and all

  4. I read this one and saw the reporters chasing after the guy that did the report . . . my blood pressure probably hit a new PR.
    There’s not much I can add as to what would be the honorable thing for all involved at Uvalde to do . . . but, much like the MSD/BCSO failure, I am disappointed at the lack of reports of any them turning in their badges and falling on their swords.

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