(TheRedAlertNews.com) – Newly released video from inside Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, during the massacre that killed 19 students and two teachers on May 24 shows police officers running away and hiding from the killer for more than an hour instead of immediately engaging him in an attempt to stop him and save lives as all police officers are currently trained to do.
You can watch both an edited version of the video and the full video further down this post.
In one instance, almost one hour into the killing spree, an officer can be seen standing in a hallway and casually using a wall-mounted dispenser to apply sanitizer to his hands.
Here is a photo of the officer using the hand sanitizer dispenser:
As the New York Post describes the video:
“Cops responding to the Uvalde, Texas, school shooting ran away from gunshots while 19 children and two teachers were left to die in their classrooms, according to new footage of the horrifying attack published Tuesday.
“The disturbing video, first obtained by the Austin American-Statesman, shows how police officers dillydallied in the hallway of Robb Elementary School instead of charging toward 18-year-old gunman Salvador Ramos as he systematically slaughtered 21 people on May 24.” [emphasis added]
It gets worse:
“The 77-minute clip shows officers rushing into the school just minutes after 18-year-old Ramos began his rampage, but rather than confront him, they stopped and lingered — with one cop in a helmet and vest even seen using a wall-mounted hand sanitizer and checking his phone.
“The officers are also captured fleeing down the hallway when Ramos fires in their direction, according to the footage taken from school security cameras.” [emphasis added]
Here is the four-minute edited video released by the Austin American-Statesman newspaper:
UVALDE. The video that exposes the LIES.
Everyone needs to see this video and witness the cowardice (and lies) that tragically doomed these children and their teachers to death.
Via Austin American-Statesman: pic.twitter.com/RTRhyf8W2A
— Don Winslow (@donwinslow) July 13, 2022
Here is the full one-hour and twenty-two-minute video that the Austin American-Statesman newspaper has released: