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.
There were so many red flags that friends would often mock him for displaying the behavior of a “school shooter,” according to a new report.
Leaked video shows they fist bumped, texted, and sanitized their hands as a gunman shot and killed 19 children and two teachers.
In a new twist, lawyers appear to claim they don't understand Texas law, or the English language.
Eva Mireles called her husband, an officer, to tell him she'd been shot and was dying.
“You can never ask a child to go back, or teacher to go back, in that school ever,” said Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin.
The classroom door to where a gunman killed 19 kids was unlocked the entire time while police waited an hour, and there were more than enough cops to stop him, Col. Steve McCraw testified Tuesday.
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.
Texas Police Want Uvalde Bodycam Footage Suppressed Because It Could Expose Law Enforcement ‘Weakness’
The Texas Department of Public Safety asked the state's Attorney General to prevent the public release of body camera footage in response to a public records request from Motherboard.
One family has retained a lawyer who helped Sandy Hook families get a $73 million settlement from Remington Arms.
Everything other than guns, that is.