Every day, we receive new information about how the police beat to death the poor children of Robbie Elementary Schooland every piece of information that was revealed only made the situation worse…
In a public statement released Tuesday, Texas law enforcement called the police response to the Uvalde school shooting a “huge failure” — as if we had don’t know that! We have heard stories about police refuse to cooperate and even how a off-duty agents rush into work that the police don’t do. It’s clear that since the shooting happened, the response has been a BIG failure!
Now a new story has come to light about how the husband of a school lecturer tried to save his wife – but couldn’t! During a hearing in the Texas Senate this week Colonel Steven McCrawThe director of the Texas Department of Public Safety, explained how an officer of the Uvalde school district, Reuben Ruiz, tried to save his dying wife. 4th grade teacher Eva Mireles was killed by the gunman in the shooting, and heartbreakingly spent his last moments alive on the phone with her husband.
McGraw said in his testimony that Ruben received a call from his wife after she was shot:
“We have an officer, Officer Ruiz, whose wife called him and said she was shot and she was dying.”
What an unpleasant call to receive from anyone, especially a spouse… Colonel Steve went on to describe how Ruiz tried to get into the school and save his wife, but was instead detained:
“And what happened to him, was he was trying to get into the hallway. He was taken into custody, and they removed the gun from him and removed him from the scene.”
It is unclear who detained Ruiz. After he called about his wife being shot, the police didn’t enter the room until OVER ONE HOUR later. Unfortunately, it was too late. By the time they shot the gunman, Mireles was already dead. She is only 44 years old. It’s cruel…
Eva and Ruben’s daughter made a painful post on Facebook in memory of her late mother:
“Mom, I am a hero. I always tell myself that this is not real. I just want to hear your voice. I want everything back. I want you back with me. I miss you more than words can explain.”
Mireles was one of 21 innocent people whose lives were taken that day, 19 of them children between the ages of 9 and 11. Investigations are still ongoing into why the PD died. plenty of time to enter the building, but one thing is for sure – their careless actions and their constant mis-construction of timelines and recitations have gone too far. These mourning families deserve clear answers and justice for how they have failed so consistently and catastrophically!
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