Five Texas DPS Officers Investigated For Inaction During Uvalde School Shooting

Five texas dps officers investigated for inaction during uvalde school shooting

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At least five Texas Department of Public Safety officers are now under investigation following a probe into the inaction of law enforcement during the deadly mass shooting at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas, earlier this year. NBC News’ Antonia Hylton explains what to expect from the investigation and whether parents think the department is providing enough accountability.

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