Uvalde school district holds press conference on security measures

Richard Frankel, a former special agent in charge for the FBI, discusses the investigation into the Uvalde elementary school shooting and the focus on safety and security measures.

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8 thoughts on “Uvalde school district holds press conference on security measures

  1. Grown men with government paid training and there guns sitting outside the slaughter that went on in this school because the fear of harm that could happen to them..my heart aches for those children..the COWARDS should be fired and the upper brass should be prosecuted for negligence.

  2. Sorry to all the parents out there but your schools are going to start to look like prisons. Just like Parkland in Florida, you had an active shooter and you had SWORN officers that refused to go inside and confront the gunman. In Parkland there was only one initial officer but you had a mechanism that was supposed to be there for the sole purpose of protecting the students and teachers. Schools will have to spend big dollars on outside fences and inside fences, keycard access of external doors, etc.

  3. THEY WERE NOT MISTAKE, SOMEONE TOLD POLICE NOT TO DO NOTHING, GOT TO FINE THAT SOMEONE AND START INVESTIGATING
    ALL THAT RACIST GOVERMENT MAFIA, NO SECRET THEY DONE THINGS LIKE THIS MANY TIMES BEFORE.

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