Latest Texas school shooting: DoJ investigates police response when Abbott booed at Uvalde memorial
Texas police admit inactive gunman was ‘wrong decision’
U.S. Department of Justice to investigate the police response to the Uvalde school shooting.
Spokesman Anthony Coley said in a statement that “at the request of Mayor Uvalde Don McLaughlin, the United States Department of Justice will conduct a Serious Incident Review of law enforcement’s response to the case.” mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, on May 24.”
“The goal of the review is to provide an independent account of law enforcement actions and responses that day, and to identify lessons learned and best practices to help first responders preparing for and responding to shooting events are active,” added Mr Coley.
Meanwhile, the governor of Texas, Greg Abbott, was booed by mourners during a school visit on Sunday. His visit comes on the same day as that of president Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden, who also faced grieving residents asking them to “do something”.
The president, getting into his limousine, replied, “We will.”
‘We will!’ Biden responds to protesters in Uvalde
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Arkansas Governor Says Shooting Uvalde Doesn’t Mean Guns Can’t Keep Everyone Safe
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Alabama congressman blames ‘decline of moral values’ for mass shootings
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In the photo: Young women attend Mass in Uvalde
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Young women attend mass in Uvalde after a memorial visit
President Biden and the first lady attended Mass at Sacred Heart Catholic Church with about 600 others about a mile from Robb Elementary School.
Archbishop Gustavo Garcia-Siller began by saying “our hearts are broken”.
“Amid the fall and destruction, we have come to our home again. To pray. And let’s be together,” said a service leader before the start of mass.
“The President understands very well what is happening here. And we appreciate his spirit,” another service leader said at the start of the service.
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The copycat threat lasted about two weeks, says former FBI agent
A retired FBI agent said the threat of a mock attack remained high for about two weeks after a school shooting.
“Studies have shown that, in general, imitation lasts for…maybe two weeks,” retired FBI special agent Michael Tabman told Fox News Digital. “That is when we are most at risk of being copied, and there are many factors that contribute to why there is a lot of copy, but the risk is there.”
Officials in California and Colorado raised concerns about an attack, and Denver police arrested two people on Thursday and confiscated paintball guns after reports of a weapon on campus.
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Booker says ‘nothing will change’ until love of children overtakes love of guns
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Top Senate gun control advocate says Republicans are more concerned with the possibility of reform this time
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Kinzinger says he’s ‘open’ to assault rifle ban
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Texas congressman rejects red flag law for enforcing it before it’s broken
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