Uvalde Police Chief Put On Administrative Leave “Effective Immediately”

Uvalde police chief Pete Arredondo was put on administrative leave Wednesday – just one day after the the Austin American Statesman and KVUE released a bombshell report which revealed that officers were well equipped to neutralize Robb Elementary mass shooter Salvador Ramos – yet were ordered not to engage for most of the 77 minutes they were on scene.

Ramos, 18, killed 19 fourth-graders and two teachers while police – who we now know had semiautomatic rifles and ballistic shields – waited outside until a member of the Border Patrol’s tactical unit (BORTAC) ignored orders and entered the classroom, killing Ramos.

Arredondo’s suspension is effective immediately according to Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District superintendent Hal Harrell, and is due to “the lack of clarity that remains,” as well as the “unknown timing of when I will receive

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