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Residents in Uvalde, Texas, are losing their temper because local government officials have nothing to say about the ongoing investigation into the school massacre that shook their city and country.

Parents are searching for answers to questions about the mass shooting, including why police refused to enter the building in large numbers and why they did not put up red flags about the gunman’s annoying behavior.

Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin told parents Thursday that he had nothing to share with them at the time. He insisted he was “not trying to hide anything” from the victim’s parents.

“You are in charge of this city!” Parents upset after McLaughlin failed to provide information, According to ABC News.

Uvalde shooting: Texas DPS officers bring Rob Elementary School door to state capital before hearing

File - Uvalde residents demand the removal of school police chief Pete Aredondo after the tragic shooting that killed 19 children and two adults in the city.

File – Uvalde residents demand the removal of school police chief Pete Aredondo after the tragic shooting that killed 19 children and two adults in the city.
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Police Chief Pete Eredondo did not attend the meeting, which provoked strong reactions from those seeking answers and transparency in the investigation.

19 children and when Arredondo, Rob primary school incident commander Two adults were killed Last month, he was placed on administrative leave, Uvalde Independent School District Superintendent Hal Harrell announced Wednesday.

Arredondo has been sharply criticized Steven McCraw, director of the Texas Department of Public Safety, and many others, including parents from the Uvalde community, commented on the response to last month’s shooting.

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Uvalde Police Chief Pete Aredondo is speaking at a news conference following the May 24, 2022, shooting at Rob Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, USA.

Uvalde Police Chief Pete Aredondo is speaking at a news conference following the May 24, 2022, shooting at Rob Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, USA.
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Texas officials held a special Senate hearing on the mass shooting at Uvalde Elementary School, recognizing that the 18-year-old gunman’s previous “disgusting behavior” and animal cruelty, despite being common knowledge in a small town of only 17,000 people, was never realized. Law enforcement.

Macro reported how revelations came from at least half a dozen people about Salvador Ramos’ behavior. After the shooting And law enforcement has never been informed before.

He also said that through interviews, several residents saw Ramos carrying a bag of dead cats. Although Texas State Sen. Paul Bettencourt described it as “animal abuse” and “disgusting behavior,” there was no known record of it from the school district or law enforcement before the shooting.

Paul Best of Fox News contributed to this report.