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Embattled School Police Chief/Uvalde Resigns from City Council

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Pete Arredondo, Police Chief, Uvalde Consolidated ISD (WFAA)

UVALDE LEADER-NEWS – (WBAP/KLIF) – The Uvalde Leader-News reports embattled Schools Police Chief Pete Arredondo – widely blamed by political leaders for reportedly disallowing police to go into the elementary school and engage with a gunman that killed 19 children and 2 teachers – has resigned another controversial position with the Uvalde City Council.

Arredondo was sworn in to that city council seat in a closed door session of the city council, after the school massacre. Arredondo was placed on leave from the Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District last week.

Arredondo is quoted as saying “The mayor, the city council and the city staff must continue to move forward without distractions. I feel this is the best decision for Uvalde”.

Arredondo was elected to the Uvalde City Council May 7th; sworn in a week after the May 24th shooting. Texas police and investigative officials quickly blamed Arredondo at least in part for the elementary school slaughter, charging Arredondo ordered some arriving police not to enter the classroom where the gunman was reported to be continuing to shoot children and teachers in two classrooms. Arredondo has not publicly resigned as head of the schools police force.

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Pete Arredondo, Police Chief, Uvalde Consolidated ISD (WFAA)

UVALDE LEADER-NEWS – (WBAP/KLIF) – The Uvalde Leader-News reports embattled Schools Police Chief Pete Arredondo – widely blamed by political leaders for reportedly disallowing police to go into the elementary school and engage with a gunman that killed 19 children and 2 teachers – has resigned another controversial position with the Uvalde City Council.

Arredondo was sworn in to that city council seat in a closed door session of the city council, after the school massacre. Arredondo was placed on leave from the Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District last week.

Arredondo is quoted as saying “The mayor, the city council and the city staff must continue to move forward without distractions. I feel this is the best decision for Uvalde”.

Arredondo was elected to the Uvalde City Council May 7th; sworn in a week after the May 24th shooting. Texas police and investigative officials quickly blamed Arredondo at least in part for the elementary school slaughter, charging Arredondo ordered some arriving police not to enter the classroom where the gunman was reported to be continuing to shoot children and teachers in two classrooms. Arredondo has not publicly resigned as head of the schools police force.

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Protests to Supreme Court Abortion Ruling in Dallas This Holiday Weekend

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(DALLAS) – Several more protests against the U S Supreme Court ruling outlawing a guarantee of a woman’s health care “right” to a medical abortion are planned across North Texas this weekend.

Today, one planned at 12 noon, meeting at the Main Street Garden Park in Dallas.

Sunday, July 3rd 11 am Tenison Park Pavilion in Dallas; an organizers picnic is planned, as well as another demonstration for women’s rights in Denton at Denton Square, 4pm.

On the 45h; Monday, protests are ready at 11 am, Main Street Garden Park in Dallas,

11 am in Plano’s Haggard Park, and 7 pm, at City Hall, Dallas.

On July the 9th, high noon; another demonstration against the High Court ruling is planned at Main Street Garden Park in Dallas.

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(DALLAS) – Several more protests against the U S Supreme Court ruling outlawing a guarantee of a woman’s health care “right” to a medical abortion are planned across North Texas this weekend.

Today, one planned at 12 noon, meeting at the Main Street Garden Park in Dallas.

Sunday, July 3rd 11 am Tenison Park Pavilion in Dallas; an organizers picnic is planned, as well as another demonstration for women’s rights in Denton at Denton Square, 4pm.

On the 45h; Monday, protests are ready at 11 am, Main Street Garden Park in Dallas,

11 am in Plano’s Haggard Park, and 7 pm, at City Hall, Dallas.

On July the 9th, high noon; another demonstration against the High Court ruling is planned at Main Street Garden Park in Dallas.

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