Definitive Uvalde Timeline (Texas Tribune): 19 Cops Stood in Hallway as Kids Got Shot. No Peep from Beto.

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Definitive Uvalde Timeline (Texas Tribune): 19 Cops Stood in Hallway as Kids Got Shot. No Peep from Beto.

It is getting hard not to notice that arch-gun-control proponent Beto O’Rourke is saying nothing about the police response or series of lapses in standard security measures at the school. His sole crusade is the ultimate confiscation of all guns. Ben Shapiro makes the point that if the number of gun laws in place correlated to fewer gun crimes, Chicago and DC would be the safest cities in the US, rather than the most dangerous due to gun crime.


VIA TEXAS TRIBUNE, BY REESE OXNER AND CARLA ASTUDILLO MAY 27, 2022 UPDATED: MAY 31, 2022​

Details of how a gunman was able to enter Robb Elementary School in Uvalde and kill 19 students and two teachers over the course of an hour have come out in parcels over the last few days.

Gov. Greg Abbott and Texas Department of Public Safety officials have walked back some of their initial statements about the shooting and the authorities’ response to the call after contradictory information came to light. Authorities first stated that officers engaged with the gunman before he entered the school; they later corrected themselves and said he went inside unopposed.

Details of how long it took for officers to reenter the school after their first confrontation with the shooter — about 1 hour and 15 minutes — have also sparked widespread outrage and criticism.

Here is a timeline of the events according to the most recent information available.

September 2021​

Shooter asks sister for help to buy gun​

Before turning 18, the shooter asks his sister to help him buy a gun. She refuses.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

March 1-3, 2022​

Gunman sends message on Instagram about guns​

On March 1, the shooter discusses wanting to purchase a gun in a group chat on Instagram. In another Instagram chat on March 3, someone tells the shooter, “Word on the street you’re buying a gun.” The shooter replies, “Just bought something RN [right now].”

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

March 14, 2022​

Gunman makes Instagram post​

The gunman makes an Instagram post with the caption “10 more days.” A user comments, “Are you going to shoot up the school or something?” The shooter replies, “No and stop asking dumb questions and you’ll see.” Investigators didn’t specify what the post consisted of.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

May 16-20, 2022​

Shooter purchases guns, ammunition​

The shooter turns 18, the legal age for purchasing a rifle in Texas, on May 16. The shooter then legally purchases two AR platform rifles from a local federal firearm licensee on two days, May 17 and May 20. He also buys 375 rounds of 5.56-caliber ammunition.

Source: A briefing state Sen. John Whitmire received from state authorities

May 24, 2022: Day of shooting​

Around 11 a.m.

Shooter sends Facebook messages​

The shooter sends private Facebook messages to a girl in Germany he met online and tells her about his plans to shoot his grandmother. The gunman shoots his grandma in the face, who then calls the police.

The shooter steals his grandmother’s vehicle and drives from his home to Robb Elementary School, which is about a 2-mile drive away.

Source: Gov. Greg Abbott at a press conference on May 25, 2022

11:28 a.m.

Shooter arrives at school​

The shooter crashes the vehicle in a ditch near the school. He fires his gun at two male witnesses who began approaching the crash from a nearby funeral home. The witnesses flee and call 911.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

11:30 a.m.

A teacher calls 911​

A teacher at the elementary school makes a 911 call reporting the crash and seeing the shooter, noting he has a gun.

The shooter walks toward the school, climbs the fence into the parking lot and shoots at the school several times.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

11:31 a.m.

Shooter walks through the school parking lot​

The shooter reaches the last row of vehicles in the school parking lot, firing his rifle throughout. Police arrive at the funeral home. A school district police officer speeds in the direction of a person they think is the man with the gun reported by the teacher but drives past the gunman and heads to the back of the school, mistaking a teacher for the shooter.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

11:33 a.m.

Shooter enters the school​

The shooter enters the school through a back door. He shoots at least 100 rounds into classrooms 111 and 112, which are connected. Authorities originally said a teacher left the door propped open, but later said a teacher closed the door and the automatic lock failed.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022; DPS spokesperson on May 31, 2022

11:35 a.m.

Uvalde police enter the school​

Three Uvalde police officers rush to the same door that the gunman used to enter, which was closed. They enter and receive grazing wounds from the gunman. They retreat.

Later, four more officers, including a deputy with the Uvalde County Sheriff’s Office, enter the school.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

11:37 a.m.

Gunman fires 16 more rounds​

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

11:43 a.m.

Robb Elementary and Uvalde police post on Facebook​

Robb Elementary announces on Facebook it is under a lockdown status “due to gunshots in the area.”

“The students and staff are safe in the building. The building is secure in a Lockdown Status,” school officials say in the announcement.

At the same time, Uvalde Police Department posts on Facebook, “Large Police presence at Robb Elementary. We ask the public to avoid the area.”

Source: Robb Elementary School Facebook page and Uvalde Police Department Facebook page

11:44 a.m.

Police officers are inside​

Police with the city of Uvalde and the local school district are inside the school. They hear gunfire, are shot at, move back and get cover.

“Initial officers are there and receive gunfire, therefore do not make entry. Officers call everyone in the area for additional resources: tactical teams, equipment, specialty equipment, body armor, precision rifleman [and] negotiators. They’re evacuating students and teachers during this time,” Victor Escalon, a DPS official, said during a press conference May 26.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 26, 2022

11:51 a.m.

More police arrive​

More law enforcement officials arrive at the scene.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

11:54 a.m.

Onlooker starts filming​

Twenty-one minutes after the shooter enters the school, an onlooker, Angel Ledezma, streams a live video showing parents begging police to enter the school.

Source: Facebook

12:03 p.m.

Police continue to arrive, and a student calls 911 from inside​

A student calls 911 from room 112 for a minute and 23 seconds and identifies herself in a whisper. Meanwhile, as many as 19 officers are positioned in the school’s hallway.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

12:10 p.m.

Student calls back​

The student calls 911 again and says multiple people are dead.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

12:13 p.m.

Student calls 911 again​

The student calls 911 a third time. Authorities have not expanded on her comments during this call.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

12:15 p.m.

Border Patrol Tactical Unit arrives​

Border Patrol Tactical Unit members carrying shields arrive.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

12:16 p.m.

Student calls 911 once again​

The student calls 911 again, saying eight or nine students are alive.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

12:17 p.m.

School announces active shooter on campus​

Robb Elementary officials announce on Facebook that there is an active shooter on campus.

Source: Robb Elementary School Facebook page

Onlookers and parents beg for action​

At some point during the standoff, onlookers beg police to charge the school, according to The Associated Press. Parents try to break windows and are not allowed to immediately be reunited with their children.

Source: News reports

12:19 p.m.

Another student calls 911​

A student in room 111 calls 911 and hangs up when another student tells her to.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

12:21 p.m.

Gunman fires again​

The gunman fires again. Authorities say he was believed to be at the classroom’s door. On a 911 call from a student, three gunshots can be heard.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

12:36 p.m.

Student in room 111 calls back​

The same student calls back for 21 seconds and is told to stay on the line quietly.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

12:43 p.m.

Gunman shoots the door​

The student tells 911 that the gunman shot the door.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

12:46 p.m.

“I can hear the police next door.”

— Student who called 911

12:47 p.m.

“Please send the police now.”

— Student who called 911

12:50 p.m.

Border Patrol kills gunman​

Shots are heard on the student’s call. A Border Patrol Tactical Unit officer breaches the room using a janitor’s keys and kills the gunman.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

12:51 p.m.

Children are moved out of the room​

From the student’s 911 call, it sounds like officers are moving children out of the room. At that time, the student makes it outside, and the call cuts out.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

1:06 p.m.

Police announce shooter is in custody​

Uvalde police announce on Facebook that the shooter is in custody. Authorities recanted that information later.

Source: Facebook
[END]

Ben Shapiro: The Real Reason Children Died In Uvalde (view at Rumble)
 
So what you are saying is that 20 "good guys with guns" is an absolutely useless solution to mass shootings.

Okay then.

They failed at Parkland High School, too.

Hmmmm...
 
There is no word to describe how nauseatingly sick, retarded, and pathetic that is.

There should have been only 5 moves..........

1. School calls 911
2. Police show up
3. Police surround the building and scope out the situation
4. Police enter building
5. Police locate gunman and empty out their guns on him

I hope the city gets sued, and has to declare bankruptcy for the millions they are going to have to pay out for this.
 
The cop who failed to act during the Parkland school shooting was fired.

Then he sued and was re-hired. With back pay.

So much for the "good guy with a gun" theory! :auiqs.jpg:
 
there are many unanswered questions

We are being told the automatic door lock failed

Given all the misinformation so far I dont accept that excuse

Then of course we have the school police chief and his shocking cowardly performance
 
So what you are saying is that 20 "good guys with guns" is an absolutely useless solution to mass shootings.

Okay then.

They failed at Parkland High School, too.

Hmmmm...
Guns, and and all the training in the world, just like possessing a high ranking black belt, or a mastery of Ju jitsu, are utterly useless and worthless, absent the will and determination necessary to put such to use when called upon to do so! Your attempt to mock is just as useless and worthless as any of them could have entered that room and killed him, but their lives, and their career's were more important to them than the shrieking, terror filled cries from the children the fascist democrat produced sociopath was shooting dead! :mad:
 
there are many unanswered questions

We are being told the automatic door lock failed

Given all the misinformation so far I dont accept that excuse

Then of course we have the school police chief and his shocking cowardly performance

An old police chief in my city, a Vietnam vet, suited up and led his own drug raids. He was always the first in the door.
 
Definitive Uvalde Timeline (Texas Tribune): 19 Cops Stood in Hallway as Kids Got Shot. No Peep from Beto.

It is getting hard not to notice that arch-gun-control proponent Beto O’Rourke is saying nothing about the police response or series of lapses in standard security measures at the school. His sole crusade is the ultimate confiscation of all guns. Ben Shapiro makes the point that if the number of gun laws in place correlated to fewer gun crimes, Chicago and DC would be the safest cities in the US, rather than the most dangerous due to gun crime.


VIA TEXAS TRIBUNE, BY REESE OXNER AND CARLA ASTUDILLO MAY 27, 2022 UPDATED: MAY 31, 2022​

Details of how a gunman was able to enter Robb Elementary School in Uvalde and kill 19 students and two teachers over the course of an hour have come out in parcels over the last few days.

Gov. Greg Abbott and Texas Department of Public Safety officials have walked back some of their initial statements about the shooting and the authorities’ response to the call after contradictory information came to light. Authorities first stated that officers engaged with the gunman before he entered the school; they later corrected themselves and said he went inside unopposed.

Details of how long it took for officers to reenter the school after their first confrontation with the shooter — about 1 hour and 15 minutes — have also sparked widespread outrage and criticism.

Here is a timeline of the events according to the most recent information available.

September 2021​

Shooter asks sister for help to buy gun​

Before turning 18, the shooter asks his sister to help him buy a gun. She refuses.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

March 1-3, 2022​

Gunman sends message on Instagram about guns​

On March 1, the shooter discusses wanting to purchase a gun in a group chat on Instagram. In another Instagram chat on March 3, someone tells the shooter, “Word on the street you’re buying a gun.” The shooter replies, “Just bought something RN [right now].”

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

March 14, 2022​

Gunman makes Instagram post​

The gunman makes an Instagram post with the caption “10 more days.” A user comments, “Are you going to shoot up the school or something?” The shooter replies, “No and stop asking dumb questions and you’ll see.” Investigators didn’t specify what the post consisted of.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

May 16-20, 2022​

Shooter purchases guns, ammunition​

The shooter turns 18, the legal age for purchasing a rifle in Texas, on May 16. The shooter then legally purchases two AR platform rifles from a local federal firearm licensee on two days, May 17 and May 20. He also buys 375 rounds of 5.56-caliber ammunition.

Source: A briefing state Sen. John Whitmire received from state authorities

May 24, 2022: Day of shooting​

Around 11 a.m.

Shooter sends Facebook messages​

The shooter sends private Facebook messages to a girl in Germany he met online and tells her about his plans to shoot his grandmother. The gunman shoots his grandma in the face, who then calls the police.

The shooter steals his grandmother’s vehicle and drives from his home to Robb Elementary School, which is about a 2-mile drive away.

Source: Gov. Greg Abbott at a press conference on May 25, 2022

11:28 a.m.

Shooter arrives at school​

The shooter crashes the vehicle in a ditch near the school. He fires his gun at two male witnesses who began approaching the crash from a nearby funeral home. The witnesses flee and call 911.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

11:30 a.m.

A teacher calls 911​

A teacher at the elementary school makes a 911 call reporting the crash and seeing the shooter, noting he has a gun.

The shooter walks toward the school, climbs the fence into the parking lot and shoots at the school several times.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

11:31 a.m.

Shooter walks through the school parking lot​

The shooter reaches the last row of vehicles in the school parking lot, firing his rifle throughout. Police arrive at the funeral home. A school district police officer speeds in the direction of a person they think is the man with the gun reported by the teacher but drives past the gunman and heads to the back of the school, mistaking a teacher for the shooter.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

11:33 a.m.

Shooter enters the school​

The shooter enters the school through a back door. He shoots at least 100 rounds into classrooms 111 and 112, which are connected. Authorities originally said a teacher left the door propped open, but later said a teacher closed the door and the automatic lock failed.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022; DPS spokesperson on May 31, 2022

11:35 a.m.

Uvalde police enter the school​

Three Uvalde police officers rush to the same door that the gunman used to enter, which was closed. They enter and receive grazing wounds from the gunman. They retreat.

Later, four more officers, including a deputy with the Uvalde County Sheriff’s Office, enter the school.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

11:37 a.m.

Gunman fires 16 more rounds​

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

11:43 a.m.

Robb Elementary and Uvalde police post on Facebook​

Robb Elementary announces on Facebook it is under a lockdown status “due to gunshots in the area.”

“The students and staff are safe in the building. The building is secure in a Lockdown Status,” school officials say in the announcement.

At the same time, Uvalde Police Department posts on Facebook, “Large Police presence at Robb Elementary. We ask the public to avoid the area.”

Source: Robb Elementary School Facebook page and Uvalde Police Department Facebook page

11:44 a.m.

Police officers are inside​

Police with the city of Uvalde and the local school district are inside the school. They hear gunfire, are shot at, move back and get cover.

“Initial officers are there and receive gunfire, therefore do not make entry. Officers call everyone in the area for additional resources: tactical teams, equipment, specialty equipment, body armor, precision rifleman [and] negotiators. They’re evacuating students and teachers during this time,” Victor Escalon, a DPS official, said during a press conference May 26.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 26, 2022

11:51 a.m.

More police arrive​

More law enforcement officials arrive at the scene.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

11:54 a.m.

Onlooker starts filming​

Twenty-one minutes after the shooter enters the school, an onlooker, Angel Ledezma, streams a live video showing parents begging police to enter the school.

Source: Facebook

12:03 p.m.

Police continue to arrive, and a student calls 911 from inside​

A student calls 911 from room 112 for a minute and 23 seconds and identifies herself in a whisper. Meanwhile, as many as 19 officers are positioned in the school’s hallway.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

12:10 p.m.

Student calls back​

The student calls 911 again and says multiple people are dead.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

12:13 p.m.

Student calls 911 again​

The student calls 911 a third time. Authorities have not expanded on her comments during this call.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

12:15 p.m.

Border Patrol Tactical Unit arrives​

Border Patrol Tactical Unit members carrying shields arrive.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

12:16 p.m.

Student calls 911 once again​

The student calls 911 again, saying eight or nine students are alive.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

12:17 p.m.

School announces active shooter on campus​

Robb Elementary officials announce on Facebook that there is an active shooter on campus.

Source: Robb Elementary School Facebook page

Onlookers and parents beg for action​

At some point during the standoff, onlookers beg police to charge the school, according to The Associated Press. Parents try to break windows and are not allowed to immediately be reunited with their children.

Source: News reports

12:19 p.m.

Another student calls 911​

A student in room 111 calls 911 and hangs up when another student tells her to.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

12:21 p.m.

Gunman fires again​

The gunman fires again. Authorities say he was believed to be at the classroom’s door. On a 911 call from a student, three gunshots can be heard.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

12:36 p.m.

Student in room 111 calls back​

The same student calls back for 21 seconds and is told to stay on the line quietly.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

12:43 p.m.

Gunman shoots the door​

The student tells 911 that the gunman shot the door.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

12:46 p.m.

“I can hear the police next door.”

— Student who called 911

12:47 p.m.

“Please send the police now.”

— Student who called 911

12:50 p.m.

Border Patrol kills gunman​

Shots are heard on the student’s call. A Border Patrol Tactical Unit officer breaches the room using a janitor’s keys and kills the gunman.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

12:51 p.m.

Children are moved out of the room​

From the student’s 911 call, it sounds like officers are moving children out of the room. At that time, the student makes it outside, and the call cuts out.

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety at a press conference on May 27, 2022

1:06 p.m.

Police announce shooter is in custody​

Uvalde police announce on Facebook that the shooter is in custody. Authorities recanted that information later.

Source: Facebook
[END]

Ben Shapiro: The Real Reason Children Died In Uvalde (view at Rumble)

In other words, despite your huge amount of research, you cannot find a single itty bitty shred of evidence that cops waited in the hall as the psycho shot 19 kids.

In other words, you're simply a lying piece of shit.
 
In other words, despite your huge amount of research, you cannot find a single itty bitty shred of evidence that cops waited in the hall as the psycho shot 19 kids.

In other words, you're simply a lying piece of shit.

What makes you say no evidence? Can you read?
 
In other words, despite your huge amount of research, you cannot find a single itty bitty shred of evidence that cops waited in the hall as the psycho shot 19 kids.
I wasnt there but its been widely reported that the cops waited in hall 30 minutes
 
I wasnt there but its been widely reported that the cops waited in hall 30 minutes
Do you have any evidence whatsoever that the nutjob sociopath was shooting kids while the cops were "waiting in the hall"?
 
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I have come to the conclusion that I am never going to get over the fact that the cops stood in that hallway with their thumbs up their butts listening to children die for much too long and did nothing.

Never.

I will never get over this.
 

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