Texas DPS director criticizes police decision not to breach classroom door sooner during Uvalde active shooter [UPDATE: FULL PRESS CONF VIDEO]

In a press conference today, Texas DPS Director Steven McCraw criticized the decision by local Uvalde police to not breach the classroom door:

That incident commander thought there was no more threat to the children and they had time to organize:

 
Here’s a video where he elaborated on why the Uvalde police department should have continued to breach the door:



 
I’m working on getting the full press conference on all of this because there were a lot of details shared about what happened during the police response and the timeline.

One of those details shared was that a teacher had propped open the door of the school before Ramos crashed. That’s how he got in:

There were a total of seven officers on scene by 11:35, two of which received grazing wounds by the shooter:

 
Below is the ‘digital timeline’ of messages leading up to the school shooting:

 
UPDATE: Below is the full press conference:

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