Uvalde PD Will Never Have to Make Investigation Records Public Thanks to Texas Loophole

A new report indicates that it is potentially possible that the full story of the Uvalde police response to the shooting at Robb Elementary School might never be learned.

The report in the Dallas Morning News focused upon what it calls the “dead suspect loophole.”

The report noted that the Texas Public Information Act has some exceptions in its rules requiring governmental agencies to make information available to the public.

The report said that police records do not have to be made public in cases where the individual who is under investigation is not convicted of a crime. – READ MORE

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