Showing posts with label America. Show all posts
Showing posts with label America. Show all posts

Saturday, May 28, 2022

Police response to a school shooting in Texas has been questioned by investigators.

 On Saturday, Texas investigators were attempting to determine how critical errors occurred in the aftermath of the Uvalde massacre, including why nearly 20 police officers remained outside a primary school classroom while panicked children dialed 911 for assistance.



The ongoing investigation by the Texas Department of Public Safety into the massacre of 19 children and two teachers in the deadliest school shooting in the United States in nearly a decade is focused on why officers waited nearly an hour in the hallway before entering and killing the gunman.

Investigators are also trying to figure out why the attack happened. Salvador Ramos had no criminal record and no history of mental illness when he dropped out of high school.

According to Colonel Steven McCraw, director of the Department of Public Safety in Texas, at least two children in two adjacent fourth-grade rooms called 911 after Ramos, 18, entered the building on Tuesday with an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle.

The commander on the scene, the chief of the school district's police department, believed Ramos was barricaded inside and the children were no longer in immediate danger, according to McCraw, giving officers time to prepare.


Friday, May 27, 2022

In "Stranger Things 4," there was a cautionary note. This is how Netflix responds to the Texas shootings.

 The long-awaited fourth season of "Stranger Things" premiered on Netflix on Friday.  In response to the recent shooting at a Texas elementary school, the Duffer brothers and service decided to make changes to the show. Before the first episode, there was a disclaimer.


"Stranger Things 4" - a warning about the Uvalde shooting

"Stranger Things 4" has already aired seven episodes on Netflix (the final two episodes will air in July). The premiere of the cult series about kids from Hawkins happened to fall on the same day as a massacre in Uvalde, Texas, just a few days ago. On the grounds of Robb Elementary School, an assailant aged 18 fired at 19 students and three teachers. The tragedy is regarded as the third deadliest shooting in the United States since the 2012 Sandy Hook school massacre.

Netflix

The Duffer brothers, the creators of "Stranger Things," were not indifferent to the tragedy that befell the families and friends of those murdered in Uvalde. The first episode of the fourth season opens with a grisly massacre at the Hawkins National Laboratory. As a result, Netflix decided to include a warning before the opening sequence. It contains dramatic scenes that may be too intense for American audiences.

"This season of Stranger Things was filmed a year ago. "Due to the recent tragic school shooting in Texas, some viewers may feel uneasy about the first episode's opening scene," the warning states.

A shootout at an elementary school in Texas

On Tuesday, May 24, armed 18-year-old Salvador Ramos entered an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, and opened fire on defenseless students and teachers. The shooting resulted in the deaths of 19 children aged 7 to 10 and 3 adults.

Irma Garcia, a teacher in her forties, was one of the victims. The woman taught for 23 years at the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde. Joe Garcia passed away shortly after hearing the tragic news of his wife's heart attack-related death. The couple has orphaned two sons and two daughters between the ages of 12 and 23. 

The couple's family announced the man's death on social media, indicating that the 50-year-old died of grief after losing his wife.


Shootout in Texas. They were able to escape the massacre by hiding or smearing their friends with blood. Survivor children's stories

 She is unable to sleep alone. She is afraid to take a shower herself. She's even afraid to watch a movie in the living room by herself. 

Credit : (Pete Luna / Ulvade Leader-News)


Amber Gonzales, mother of an 8-year-old girl who survived the shooting in Uvalde, Texas, told the Los Angeles Times, "I put her to bed and she told me she felt like someone was looking at her." 

Members of their families recounted the traumatic experiences of children who survived the attack in the pages of an American newspaper.

A fourth-grade student shared his memories on KENS TV in San Antonio during one of their programs. According to the boy, the attacker stormed into the classroom and yelled, "Time to die!"

"I told my friend to hide under something when I heard a shot through the door so he wouldn't find us," the boy said. Under the tablecloth, the fourth grader and four other students hid. This is how they managed to escape the shooting.

Many of his colleagues, as well as two teachers, were unsuccessful. "They were very good. According to the Los Angeles Times, "they stood in front of our friends to protect them."

Miah Cerillo, 11, survived by smearing her friend's blood and pretending to be dead, according to her aunt Blanca Rivera. The girl was shot in the back during the shooting. She was admitted to the hospital.


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