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Mother of Uvalde School Shooting Victim Files Federal Lawsuit

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Mother of Uvalde , School Shooting Victim , Files Federal Lawsuit.
ABC reports that the mother of one of 19 children
and two teachers massacred at a Uvalde, Texas,
elementary school has filed a federal lawsuit. .
ABC reports that the mother of one of 19 children
and two teachers massacred at a Uvalde, Texas,
elementary school has filed a federal lawsuit. .
The federal lawsuit is aimed at Uvalde police,
the school district and the maker of
the gun used in the mass shooting.
My baby never made it out of the school.
There’s no accountability or transparency.
There’s nothing being done, Sandra Torres, Mother of Uvalde victim, via ABC.
Torres accuses the city, the school district
and multiple police departments of a "complete
failure" to follow active shooter protocols. .
Torres accuses the city, the school district
and multiple police departments of a "complete
failure" to follow active shooter protocols. .
Her lawsuit is being aided by
the legal arm of the group
Everytown for Gun Safety. .
According to the executive director at Everytown Law,
the suit alleges that Daniel Defense's marketing
negligently targeted "vulnerable and violent young men.".
According to the executive director at Everytown Law,
the suit alleges that Daniel Defense's marketing
negligently targeted "vulnerable and violent young men.".
It wasn’t by accident that he went from never
firing a gun to wielding a Daniel Defense
AR-15. We intend to prove Daniel Defense
marketing was a significant factor
in the choices that Ramos made, Eric Tirschwell, Executive director at Everytown Law, via ABC.
ABC reports the suit also names the gun shop
where the shooter, Salvador Ramos, purchased
the weapon used in the shooting.
A July report found that state and federal law enforcement
failed to follow active shooter training and also failed
to prioritize the safety of victims over their own lives.
A July report found that state and federal law enforcement
failed to follow active shooter training and also failed
to prioritize the safety of victims over their own lives.
According to the report, "egregiously poor
decision-making" resulted in a delay of over an hour
before the gunman was finally confronted and killed. .
According to the report, "egregiously poor
decision-making" resulted in a delay of over an hour
before the gunman was finally confronted and killed.

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