Democracy Dies in Darkness
Much of how events unfolded in Uvalde remains unclear, including whether authorities missed warning signs or could’ve intervened earlier.
Irma Garcia, left, with two of her children, and Eva Mireles, right, taught at Robb Elementary, (Courtesy of Jose Garcia and Lydia Martinez Delgado)
Irma Garcia and Eva Mireles were shot and killed alongside their students.
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Uvalde once again raise the question of why public support for tighter gun laws goes unheeded.
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