18 children and 2 adults shot dead at Texas elementary school

This.

Right now we don’t really know wtf happened because the local cops are fighting like hell to delay release of facts about the incident

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What are the Texas rangers? We’ve heard about them since the wild west days. Are they like the Marshalls or some cowboy spec ops?

Legit LOL at ‘cowboy spec ops’.

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Los diablos tejanos lol

fred armisen television GIF

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Sounds like they get to do what they want, when they want lol.

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I rolled a few times with an ex Ranger, he said that they were like the state equivalent of the FBI, mainly focused on in depth investigations

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It’s unfathomable why Arredondo has not resigned. It’s even more unfathomable why the school board hasn’t fired him by this point. It’s only a matter of time before there’s a petition to recall him from city council. Remaining in these positions is undignified.

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IIRC, they quietly put him on the city council after the shooting happened and he was shown to be responsible. Which makes it that much stranger.

Which part do you dispute fag?

So then I was right? He intentionally targeted a place he knew a bunch of unarmed people would be? That seems to be what you are saying.

What does this have to do with the price of tea in China?

It’s comparable to The FBI on a state level like the GBI in GA or CBI in CA.

The same thing happened in Parkland.

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he won an election. who was supposed to stop his swearing in and under what grounds would they have had that authority?

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https://listen.stitcher.com/yvap/?af_dp=stitcher://episode/203996149&af_web_dp=https://www.stitcher.com/episode/203996149&deep_link_value=stitcher://episode/203996149

Darryl Cooper breaks down the school shooter phenomena of the last 2 decades. They bring up some very good points that I think most of your will agree with

"The officer, Ruben Ruiz, arrived at the school after the accused 18-year-old gunman walked into Robb Elementary, KSAT reported. Mireles had called Ruiz and told him that she had been shot and was “dying.”

“And what happened to [Ruiz] is he tried to move forward into the hallway,” McCraw said. “He was detained and they took his gun away from him and escorted him off the scene.”"

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So, at this point, the former head of the Uvalde police department should be locked in a room with a bottle of whiskey , and a gun with one round.

Surrounded by pictures of all of the dead children

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That would be the only honorable thing he could do. He needs to be paid a visit by man on fire

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I worked with 2 Texas Rangers, extremely good investigators. Texas has 254 counties and 254 sheriff’s departments, far more than any state in the union. Smaller counties may lack the investigative experience to handle complex criminal investigations, so the Rangers will usually take over, as well as investigating intercounty crimes. They are given a LOT of respect in Texas and among U.S. law enforcement in general.

A friend who was a Ranger came out to help on a case, and when there was a break we went to a restaurant near the Phoenix PD where a lot of cops ate. The Ranger was wearing a Colt .45 commemorative Texas Ranger model with gold stocks, and had the Ranger badge (stamped out of an old silver Mexican peso, as always) pinned to his jacket. There was a lot of ooohs and ahhs from the cops, who wanted to get their picture taken with him.

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This is why citizens need to attend local council meetings, and know the rules:

If Arrendondo doesn’t show up to the next meeting, he’ll be sacked:

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He needs to be much more than kicked off the city council

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