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Anderson Cooper 360º: Texas DPS “did not fail” Uvalde in school shooting response

Thought Leader: Anderson Cooper
October 28, 2022

The director of the Texas Department of Public Safety Col. Steven McCraw says his agency “did not fail the community” of Uvalde when a gunman entered Robb Elementary School and killed 19 students and two teachers. It took law enforcement 77 minutes to breach the classroom and kill the shooter while children and teachers were dead, dying or traumatized in their classrooms. Brett Cross is the legal guardian of Uziyah Garcia, one of the fourth graders who was murdered. He joins AC360 to react to McCraw’s comments.
Plus, the man who pulled Washington, DC Metropolitan Police Officer Michael Fanone into the crowd of violent rioters on January 6 was sentenced to more than 7 years behind bars. Fanone suffered a traumatic brain injury and later, a heart attack. He tells Anderson Cooper whether he thinks the sentence was fair.

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