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The Jesse Kelly radio program played a few minutes of the inquiry into the Uvalde school massacre.

[c=800000]The head of the Texas Department of Public Safety stated that enough armed police officers, wearing body armor stood by for an HOUR while the gunman slaughtered those children because of instructions by the on-site commander. I am curious to see if the on-site commander will be prosecuted.
it also came out in the last day or to that at least one door to the classroom was UNLOCKED. [/c]
an unarmed lady who went in and got her own kids, after being handcuffed and held back by Ulvade police.
has more balls then the entire force and leadership combined
ProfessorPlum77 · 61-69, MVIP
@TheOneyouwerewarnedabout I heard her interview a few weeks ago. What a tragedy!
Carissimi · 61-69, F
I heard that the investigation showed the gunman could have been taken down within 3-minutes, if the Uvalde police had done their jobs as they are supposed to. Imagine how many children would still be alive if they had.
ProfessorPlum77 · 61-69, MVIP
@Carissimi I know. This is so tragic! I wonder how many people will be prosecuted? How many lawsuits will be filed? (With good reason!!!)
Dragonsballsack · 46-50, F
I no longer see the necessity for a police force

They kill unarmed men

But can't protect [i]children[/i]
2Kai2Human · 18-21
To be fair, it seems that most of the killings occurred [i]before[/i] they got there and started waiting. Still, they could've saved a few more lives, and medical care could've gotten there earlier. Something's definitely up.
ProfessorPlum77 · 61-69, MVIP
@2Kai2Human [c=800000]It came out today that police were inside the building and prepared to enter the classroom, but stood outside for about an hour while the murderer was killing people, mainly children. [/c]
BeachGirl47 · 26-30, F
This is all screwed up. The commander who gave orders to stand down should be fired and prosecuted. I thought the Moto was to protect and serve nor run and hide. He or they knew what could happen when they all became police officers. 😪
BlackPhillip · 31-35, M
It's just so bizarre and unbelievable that it's hard to criticize anyone who turns to conspiracy theories.
ProfessorPlum77 · 61-69, MVIP
@BlackPhillip [c=800000]You have a very valid point! When the Border Patrol are there and hindering parents from trying to rescue their children, for instance. [/c]
BlackPhillip · 31-35, M
@ProfessorPlum77 Don't get me wrong, I don't subscribe to any conspiracy theories, but some things are just wild. If it was the plot of a book or movie, it would be "too far-fetched" and never taken seriously.
ProfessorPlum77 · 61-69, MVIP
@BlackPhillip [c=800000]I don't either. They say fact is stranger than fiction. [/c]
Baremine · 70-79, C
Makes you wonder if the kids were sacrificed for Comrad Biden's anti gun anti American agenda.
ProfessorPlum77 · 61-69, MVIP
@Baremine [c=800000]Who was president during Columbine? George I, I think.
And the one in FL happened when Trump was in office. So, it looks like two under Republican presidents and two under Democrats. [/c]
Baremine · 70-79, C
@ProfessorPlum77 but the damn democrats are the ones trying everything to take our guns.
ProfessorPlum77 · 61-69, MVIP
@Baremine [c=800000]Usually, yes. I do know in my state, a few weeks after a school shooting both state houses passed a "Red Flag" law and the governor signed it. The legislatures were Republican, and so was the governor. [/c]
checkoutanytime · 41-45, M
👎a lot of things. Beaurcracy and Union are, foremost reading this.
ProfessorPlum77 · 61-69, MVIP

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