The photo that tops this post was taken at 11:52 a.m. on the day of the shooting at Robb Elementary School in Texas. According to journalists from the daily newspaper American statesman And KVUE TV, in Austin, shows that the police may have since intervened to neutralize the shooter, rather than waiting another 58 minutes.
Investigators think so [la photo] Important because it indicates that the police had more than enough firepower and protection to enter the classroom prior to this. The officers got impatient much earlier: “If there are children there, we have to go,” says one of them in the body cam video, “ writing Journalist Tony Bluhitsky.
Why didn’t they do it faster? For the past four weeks, police departments responding to the scene of the massacre have been avoiding comment, not only with the media but also with state and federal investigators. What we learn in the end is likely to spark massive debate.
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