Law enforcement is accused of taking too long to act during the shooting at the Uvalde school, around an hour after the shooter entered the building. The police made a “bad decision” by not quickly entering the school of Uvalde, where a shooter had taken refuge in a class who committed a massacre there, said Friday May 27 Steven McCraw, director of the Texas Department of Public Safety. Read also Killing in Texas: “For some Americans, including Democrats, the firearm is a cultural object” “In hindsight, now of course it was not the right decision. It was the wrong decision, period,” he said at a press conference, when asked about the much-criticized delay in the intervention of the police. Nineteen officers at the scene waited for a Border Police intervention unit, about an hour after the shooter, Salvador Ramos, broke into the building on Tuesday.
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