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    Re: 19 children and two adults killed in Texas shooting at elementary school May 24,

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    I hope they aren't going to insult us with the [set up] incompetency theory.


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    https://ussanews.com/2022/06/10/uval...-at-the-scene/


    Uvalde school police chief: Uh, I didn’t know I was in charge at the scene


    Posted on June 10, 2022 by Constitutional Nobody



    The Texas DPS said Arrendondo was "the Incident commander" and Uvalde schools "chief of police" Arrendondo says he "had no knowledge that they (DPS) considered him the incident commander."

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    " He said he never considered himself the scene’s incident commander and did not give any instruction that police should not attempt to breach the building. DPS officials have described Arredondo as the incident commander and said Arredondo made the call to stand down and treat the incident as a “barricaded suspect,” which halted the attempt to enter the room and take down the shooter. “I didn’t issue any orders,” Arredondo said. “I called for assistance and asked for an extraction tool to open the door.”…

    Hyde said Arredondo did not issue any orders to other law enforcement agencies and had no knowledge that they considered him the incident commander.

    The National Incident Management System, which guides all levels of government on how to respond to mass emergency events, says that the first person on scene is the incident commander. That incident commander remains in that charge until they relinquish it or are incapacitated.

    The Times reported recently that Border Patrol agents had been told by an unknown officer at the scene not to breach the door but ignored that order and went in anyway. Arredondo’s lawyer claims he didn’t give the order. Who did?

    Another reason cited by his attorney for why he couldn’t be the incident commander was because he didn’t have his police radio on him, preventing him from coordinating with officers outside the hallway. But the reason he didn’t have the radio is inexplicable, in the words of one expert on police tactics:"

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    Re: 19 children and two adults killed in Texas shooting at elementary school May 24,

    It was refreshing to hear Dr. E. Michael Jones' answer when asked about the "shooting" event in Uvalde, TX.

    Mentioning the FBI's role in the fake assassination attempt on Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer incident, Dr Jones said "these shooter things may be the same thing."

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    Re: 19 children and two adults killed in Texas shooting at elementary school May 24,



    https://www.bitchute.com/video/OmAubUrDH86j/

    The Raw Deal (17 June 2022) with Alex Scott

    1:56:03 video runtime

    Second hour of show usually for calls from listeners.

    First published at 13:34 UTC on June 18th, 2022.

    First published at 13:34 UTC on June 18th, 2022.

    Alex has 30 years of law enforcement experience including 15 as a detective. I wanted to review the recent discussion of the Uvalde parents by "Harrison Hanks", who exposes their lack of authenticity, which is one of the most powerful indicators that we are dealing with crisis actors (amateur, to be sure) rather than bona fide grieving parents. We began by reviewing some of the oddities of the event, where the alleged shooter does not appear to have been able to afford the high-end weapons he is alleged to have used and where it appears to have been modeled after Sandy Hook; Instead of shooting his mother and then going to an elementary school to shoot 20 kids and 6 adults, in Uvalde, he shoots his grandmother and goes to an elementary school to shoot 19 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade kids and 2 adults, one of whom appears to be reprising her role as a teach at Sandy Hook (Vicki Soto) and where even Dr. Wayne Carver, the CT Medical Examiner who was the glue of the Sandy Hook event, may have made an appearance (the height, the weight, the build, the tile of the head, the face and beard and glasses all matching the other guy from Connecticut). My own suspicions about a police officer Harrison consults are confirmed by Alex's observations, where a lot of what he says about Uvalde does not add up. Much to enjoy here with a very fine guest, whom I greatly admire.


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    Dachsie commnet:
    The idea that Victoria Soto and Wayne Carver, deceased Medical Examiner for state of Massachusetts

    appear to be appearing at Uvalde event is very interesting. On explanation we should not rule out is that now they are deliberately writing into the script characters who are made to look like the original "crisis actors." In other words, I can see the subtle sophisticated mind control technique of now having fake crisis actors of the original fake crisis actors. Wayne Carver is supposed to have actually died post Sandy Hook, so he, unlike Victoria Soto, was at least actually known to have been a videotaped real human being.

    There are so many layers of falsity and deception that it becomes just watching an entertaining fictional movie.

    One of the two fathers of the same victim sated. "She was a very good daughter." That sounds very poorly scripted dialog for the crisis acting father.

    Guest said if you see a hearse at the scene of what is definitely a homicide, that is a very good sign that it is a fake event. They use VANS There must be investigation of homicide and mass homicide events and the bodies at the scene before being transported away. Good clue.

    What continually gets me is that a whole community, like Sandy Hook, is in on this fraud and when you have a primarily Hispanic population you have a Christian community so all of a sudden we are seeing a fake Christians in a fake Christian community all being all-in on this abomination to infringe of the Second Amendment for pay.

    I agree with Dr. Fetzer that the blatancy, in your face, of this low production value false event is particularly insulting.

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    Re: 19 children and two adults killed in Texas shooting at elementary school May 24,

    Since Wayne Carver was the Medical Examiner for the whole state of Massachusetts at the time of Sandy Hook event, thought I would see if there was a like position of a medical examiner for the whole state of Texas at time of Uvalde event.

    Found out the Texas State Board Medical Examiners is an agency that is about to be sunsetted by the Sunset Commission of the state. That would have been the state agency that would have been over a statewide medical examiner position if there ever was one. That is the state agency that is over all the coroners and medical examiners throughout the state of Texas, I would assume.

    Still, it seems kind of peculiar that now when the whole idea of a medical examiner of Uvalde is in the spotlight, this is the agency that is probably also over the county medical examiners. We are not even sure if Uvalde county even has a medical examiner but they do have an "acting coroner" or something like that, that I posted about earlier.


    https://www.sunset.texas.gov/reviews...ical-examiners



    Texas State Board of Medical Examiners
    Agency History
    Agency Became
    Medical Board, Texas
    Historical Notes

    During the 79th Regular Legislative Session in 2005, Senate Bill 419 changed the name of the Texas State Board of Medical Examiners to the Texas Medical Board.
    Previous Sunset reports on this agency

    1992-1993 Review Cycle, 73rd Legislative Session

    Staff Evaluation Health Care Licensing Boards (Oct 1992)
    1978-1979 and 1980-1981 Review Cycles, 66th and 67th Legislative Session

    Staff Report (Jun 1980)

    This agency is currently inactive. An agency can be labeled inactive if it has been abolished, had a title change, was merged into a different agency or split into different agencies. See Agency History on the right for further information.

    Next Review Date: None

    Last Review Cycle: 2004-2005 Review Cycle - 79th Legislative Session

    Sunset Documents for 2004-2005 Review Cycle, 79th Legislative Session

    Summary of Results (Jul 2005)

    Report to the 79th Legislature Agency Section (Feb 2005)

    Staff Report (Oct 2004)

    Licensing Reorganization Project (Oct 2004)

    Self-Evaluation Report (Aug 2003)

    Legislative Documents

    Senate Bill 419 (Jun 2005)

    Final Results of Last Sunset Review

    Senate Bill 419 continued the Medical, Physician Assistant, and Acupuncture boards for 12 years and contained the Sunset Commission’s recommendations to increase the boards’ ability to protect the public and provide fairer, more efficient processes for license holders. The bill improved stakeholder input into the boards’ rulemaking process, built on recent legislative directives to further strengthen the boards’ enforcement efforts, clarified the Medical Board’s use of peer review documents, authorized the Medical Board to issue several new types of licenses, established grounds for disciplinary action for physicians who perform certain abortions, and enhanced the Acupuncture Board’s role as a regulatory board. Senate Bill 419 also changed the name of the Texas State Board of Medical Examiners and the Texas State Board of Physician Assistant Examiners to the Texas Medical Board and the Texas Physician Assistant Board, respectively. The list below summarizes the major provisions of Senate Bill 419.

    Requires the boards to provide stakeholders with meaningful opportunities for input into the rulemaking process.
    Updates the boards’ licensing process to ensure fair, consistent decisions.
    Provides further improvements to the Medical, Physician Assistant, and Acupuncture Boards’ investigation processes to better protect the public.
    Defines clear roles, responsibilities, and authority for the boards’ informal hearings process.
    Clarifies language regarding the use and confidentiality of peer review documents in hearings by the Medical Board and the State Office of Administrative Hearings.
    Updates the boards’ private rehabilitation order to ensure adequate public protection.
    Requires physicians who use moderate sedation in outpatient settings to comply with the Medical Board’s safety requirements.
    Updates the authority for regulating acupuncture to ensure efficiency and protect the public.
    Grants the Medical Board flexibility in how it regulates the delegation of prescription authority by physicians.
    Conforms key elements of the boards’ licensing and regulatory functions to commonly applied licensing practices.
    Prohibits Medical Board members from using information obtained through their duties for personal gain.
    Requires the Medical Board to publish updated or corrected disciplinary actions.
    Clarifies the boards’ authority to modify a proposal for decision received from the State Office of Administrative Hearings.
    Continues the Medical Board for 12 Years and eliminates the separate Sunset dates for the Physician Assistant and Acupuncture Boards.
    Authorizes the Medical Board to issue a faculty temporary license.
    Directs the Medical Board to consider if a violation directly relates to patient care when determining a sanction.
    Requires the Medical Board to document reasons for rejecting recommendations from informal hearings panels.
    Requires a joint interim study on the medical peer review process.
    Restricts a physician from performing a third-trimester abortion, except under certain circumstances.
    Requires a physician to get parental consent before performing an abortion on a minor.

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    Re: 19 children and two adults killed in Texas shooting at elementary school May 24,

    Source: thegatewaypundit.com

    Uvalde Officials Hire Private Law Firm to Block Release of Shooting Records Including ‘Highly Embarrassing Information’

    The city of Uvalde and the police department reportedly hired a private law firm in Texas to block the release of any public records related to the deadly mass shooting because some of them contain “highly embarrassing information.”


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    Sen. John Cornyn Gets Heckled By Texas GOP Amid Gun Control Negotiations

    Sen. John Cornyn was booed Friday as he attempted to give a speech at the Republican Party of Texas’ 2022 Convention.
    Cornyn, who has represented the state in the upper chamber since 2002, is currently negotiating a gun control and mental health package with Senate Democrats. Although the negotiating senators released a legislative framework on June 12, they have not introduced a bill and have reportedly hit a snag in negotiations over several provisions.

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    Re: 19 children and two adults killed in Texas shooting at elementary school May 24,

    Uvalde Police Went 77 Minutes Without Trying To Open The Door Where A Shooter Killed 19 Children and 2 Adults

    According to a recent news report, the police in Uvalde, Texas, never attempted to open a classroom door while a gunman spent 77 minutes killing 19 children and two teachers who were inside.

    A law enforcement source told the San Antonio Express-News that surveillance footage from Robb Elementary School shows that police made no effort to open the door. The report further states there is reason to believe it may have been unlocked.

    The surveillance footage from the May 24 massacre has not been publicly released but has been seen by the Express-News.

    The surveillance footage shows that the gunman was able to open the door to classroom 111 and enter with an assault-style rifle, the source said.

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    Re: 19 children and two adults killed in Texas shooting at elementary school May 24,


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    When you try to follow the timeline, you quickly conclude that it just does not add up, does not make sense.

    Naturally our lawmakers in Austin jump right on this nonsensical body of evidence. Special session. New gun grab laws.

    Here we go again and next week this will all be a distant fading memory.

    We Texans now have our new little rotten Potemkin village.

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    https://www.texastribune.org/2022/05...ting-timeline/

    Uvalde school shooting

    Excerpt of timeline article.

    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 weeks.

    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 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.

    Editor’s note: This timeline will continue to be updated with new information as it becomes available.

    You can sign up to receive updates to this timeline article HERE.

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    What we know, minute by minute, about how the Uvalde shooting and police response unfolded

    State officials provided a timeline of the massacre and have corrected crucial details amid public demands for information on how authorities handled the situation.

    by Reese Oxner and Carla Astudillo May 27, 2022 Updated: 8 hours ago


    Visitors paid their respects at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde on June 2. Twenty-one people, including 19 children, were killed by a gunman at the school on May 24. Credit:
    Lucas Boland/Corpus Christi Caller-Times via REUTERS

    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 weeks.

    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 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.

    Editor’s note: This timeline will continue to be updated with new information as it becomes available.

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    Re: 19 children and two adults killed in Texas shooting at elementary school May 24,



    Reporter says 60-80 officials were outside Uvalde school from DEA, Border Control and police - video
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    "We may be some answers tomorrow"

    No, you won't because you're not asking the right questions.

    https://vaticancatholic.com/reporter...-police-video/

    5:52 video runtime

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    Re: 19 children and two adults killed in Texas shooting at elementary school May 24,

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQS0LKNyfmI



    Uvalde, Texas school shooting police response called "abject failure"

    DPS director joins the show.

    Even though screen is blank, the video still plays fine.

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    Re: 19 children and two adults killed in Texas shooting at elementary school May 24,

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GM_ugMkrh4Y

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    Uvalde Mayor Pushes Back At School And Police Department Critique

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    Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin is pushing back at critics and rejecting the notion that Uvalde’s school and police department deserve the brunt of the blame for the slow response to the Robb Elementary School shooting. He is demanding accountability and has accused some state agencies of leaks, lies and misstated information. Despite numerous public record requests, 911 recordings and police body cameras and surveillance footage has not been released. » Subscribe to NBC
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