Austin, Texas.- Las shooting victims one in Uvalde School in which Death of 21 people filed a case against local and state police, city and other school and law enforcement officials and in 27,000 million dollars sought for the officers’ delay in confronting the assailant, according to court documents.
Demandwhich was filed Tuesday in Austin federal courtclaims that That officials did not follow protocol For fend off armed assailants By waiting more than an hour to confront the assailant inside a classroom.
Claimed in the complaint be granted class action status And pay damages to survivors regarding the May 24 shooting that he “suffered emotional or psychological harm as a result of defendants’ conduct and omissions on that date.”
are among the litigants Premises employees and representatives of minors who were present Rob Elementary School When an armed man entered the premises, 19 children killed why two teachers in firing The deadliest at an American school in nearly a decade.
Instead of sticking to their prior training to apprehend an armed assailant, “the conduct of the three hundred and seventy-six (376) police officers who were on hand during an exhausting stormtrooper of seventy-seven minutes of police indecision, procrastination and damage, The lawsuit alleges that he was ranked far below the standards required of him in his line of duty.
Uvalde municipal officials said they had not received a copy of the papers on Friday and would not comment on pending litigation.
Department of Public Safety Texas and Uvalde Consolidated School District did not respond to requests Of the comments.
a group of survivorsDaniel Defense also suedLakearms manufacturing company used by the attacker, and at the store where you bought it. that needs a separate lawsuit Payment of six thousand crores dollars for damages.
Daniel Defense, Headquartered in Black Creek, Georgia, did not respond to a request for comment.
In a mid-year legislative hearing, CEO Marty Daniels called the Uvalde massacre and others “deeply concerning” but separated the guns themselves from violence, saying mass shootings in the United States are local problems. that must be resolved locally.
This week, mother of a dead child in shooting filed another federal lawsuit Against many of the same persons and entities.
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two officers have been sacked Others have resigned or been licensed because of their actions on the site.
In October, When first confronted by the families of the Uvalde victims about false and shifting accounts from police and a lack of transparency in available information, Colonel Steve McCraw, head of the Texas Department of Public Safety, admitted that agents made mistakes. But McCraw defended his agency, saying he “didn’t let Uvalde down”.
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