Uvalde Officer Asked Supervisor For Permission to Shoot Gunman Outside School But Got No AnswerChris Menahan
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"An Uvalde police officer asked for a supervisor's permission to shoot the gunman who would soon kill 21 people at Robb Elementary School in May before he entered the building, but the supervisor did not hear the request or responded too late, according to a report released Wednesday evaluating the law enforcement response to the shooting," the Texas Tribune reports.
From The Texas Tribune:
The request from the Uvalde officer, who was outside the school, about a minute before the gunman entered Robb Elementary had not been previously reported. The officer was reported to have been afraid of possibly shooting children while attempting to take out the gunman, according to the report released Wednesday by the Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training Center, located at Texas State University in San Marcos.We hear a lot about officers being too quick to shoot but how many lives are lost because they're too hesitant as a result of Black Lives Matter hysteria?
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