Uvalde School District Claims It Can't Find Messages Former Police Chief Sent in Aftermath of Shooting
Lawyers for the district claimed it was only able to obtain “portions” of records Motherboard requested under the Texas Public Information Act.
“I'm OBSESSED with Doomsday now I can hardly contain it!” he wrote. “I can't wait to Die.”
A private law firm hired by Uvalde's school district asserts it doesn't have widely-viewed footage taken the day of the shooting at Robb Elementary School.
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Some of the records relating to the Robb Elementary School shooting could be “highly embarrassing,” involve “emotional/mental distress,” and are “not of legitimate concern to the public,” the lawyers argued.