New footage raises questions about Uvalde Police response, armed officers did not enter classroom for 58 minutes

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UPDATED 11:21 AM PT – Wednesday, June 22 2022

A Senate special committee hearing in Texas took place with the state’s DPS director in the hot seat. He testified police could have stopped the gunman in the Uvalde School Shooting in three minutes.

This comes after new developments about police response that day, leading to even more confusion and frustration, especially among parents. One America’s Zach Petersen has the latest.

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