15+ Dead In Texas School Shooting; 18-y.o. student Salvador Ramos Identified As Shooter

Furion

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If you don’t belong to any sect, or subscribe to any specific dogma, I really don’t know how you interpret the Bible.
If you have no clue about God or have not read scripture, then that makes sense since you don't know anything.
 

Authentic Nouveau

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You guys are still pushing this lie? How pathetic. The ACLU called and said you're full of crap.

I take this as your tacit admission that you realize you were either wrong or lying when you claimed there was no data to support mental health being the issue. I gave clear an incontrovertible evidence, and you cannot address it. I bet you didn't even read either of the links, you're so full of baloney.
They are stuck with Fake News.
 

Gondwanaland

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Very disturbing. Happened in a town 85 miles west of San Antonio. Apparently the shooter (a high schooler who went to the elementary school to shoot it up) killed his grandmother before going to the school and shooting. He is now dead (I don't believe he is included in the number) after a gunfight with police.

Sounds like he had a handgun and possibly used a rifle as well.


Takes a lot of evil to go shoot up 2-4th graders. Takes a real special sort of evil to go do it after you murdered your own grandmother. Sadly someone this filled with evil and hatred (and likely mental issues) is going to figure out a way to take out his rage on the world, no matter what.

Also, apparently many of the victims are kids of Border Patrol agents, which could potentially be a coincidence or perhaps could be something of a motive (given the shooter's ethnicity), we'll have to see.

Now apparently (since Friday it sounds like), the Uvalde police and school district are no longer co-operating with the Texas State probe into the shooting and police reaction to the shooting.

The Uvalde Police Department and the Uvalde Independent School District police force are no longer cooperating with the Texas Department of Public Safety's investigation into the massacre at Robb Elementary School and the state's review of the law enforcement response, multiple law enforcement sources tell ABC News.

A spokesman for Texas DPS, which is running the state's investigations, declined to comment.

The Uvalde police chief and a spokesperson for the Uvalde Independent School District did not immediately respond to requests for comment from ABC News.
According to sources, the decision to stop cooperating occurred soon after the director of DPS, Col. Steven McCraw, held a news conference Friday during which he said the delayed police entry into the classroom was "the wrong decision" and contrary to protocol.
Last Tuesday's attack, one of the worst school shootings in U.S. history, left 19 children and two adults dead.
Definitely time for complete dismantling of that department and the school department.
 

glenlogie

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Now apparently (since Friday it sounds like), the Uvalde police and school district are no longer co-operating with the Texas State probe into the shooting and police reaction to the shooting.


Definitely time for complete dismantling of that department and the school department.
Sounds like the school district and the police are in full. CYA mode
 

kiwimacnz

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Just a quick question; when did the blood and the bodies of your children become an acceptable price for you to be able to own guns? Once that decision was made, probably after Sandy Hook, the rest was inevitable.
 

Gondwanaland

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Just a quick question; when did the blood and the bodies of your children become an acceptable price for you to be able to own guns? Once that decision was made, probably after Sandy Hook, the rest was inevitable.
Just a quick question, when did your mind degrade to the point that you think instances with blood and bodies of children don't happen literally everywhere in the world, whether guns are available or not?
 

kiwimacnz

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Just a quick question, when did your mind degrade to the point that you think instances with blood and bodies of children don't happen literally everywhere in the world, whether guns are available or not?
Only in the US do we see this kind of thing. But keep on deflecting, it seems to be what you Yanks do best.
 

kiwimacnz

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The dead at Christchurch in your country would beg to differ, velcro-gloved sheep-lover.
1 The deaths in Christchurch were a result of somebody being radicalised in the name of White Supremacy, he shot dead men, women, and children. It was not a School shooting of the kind we have come to see so often in the U.S. The two are only comparable to the other in that innocent people died.

2: New Zealand has a highly armed population mostly shotguns or bolt action rifles with the occasional 5 round magazine available for pest control on farms. What we do not have is a society in which anyone regardless of mental capacity can own a high powered weapon.

3 New Zealand has had 6 major massacres since 1990, how many have you had?

As for the rest of your comments; once you start resorting to ad hominem attacks you run out of anything interesting and useful to say and you're running simply on spite which seems to be par for the course when someone dares to attack the great deity ‘guns.’ America's true and only God.
 

Authentic Nouveau

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Just a quick question; when did the blood and the bodies of your children become an acceptable price for you to be able to own guns? Once that decision was made, probably after Sandy Hook, the rest was inevitable.
God blesses America. We are not under a scum bucket psychotic Ardern.

The bodies of aborted human babies cry for justice. People who serve Satan, (father of death and lies) support abortion.
 

Eightcrackers

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So you would rather a family have zero means of protection if an armed person attempts to enter their home and the police response is several minutes away.
I would rather there have been no Second Amendment at all, leaving the person massively less likely to have been armed in the first place.
 
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