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Uvalde’s mother handcuffed by ‘cowardly’ police for trying to run in and save children, says police threatened her

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Uvalde’s mother handcuffed by ‘coward’ police for trying to run in and rescue children, says police threatened her with violation of probation for obstruction of justice if she spoke to media

  • Angeli Rose Gomez, who was handcuffed when she tried to save her children in the school shooting in Uvalde, said police are threatening her to keep her quiet.
  • Gomez has criticized the late response by local police to enter Robb Elememtary school to stop the frenzy that left 21 dead.
  • She said she received a call from law enforcement officials saying she could face a probation violation for obstruction of justice if she continues to speak to the media

A Uvalde mother who was handcuffed by police for trying to run into Robb Elemembtary School to save her two children says of the deadly shooting that police threatened her with a probation violation for obstruction of justice if she stayed talk to the media that the officer condemns late response.

Angeli Rose Gomez, who has two children in the school’s second and third grades, is one of the most vocal critics against the Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District (CISD) police, who turned her handcuffs on and stopped other parents when they tried the school during the shooting to try to save their children.

After sharing her story with news media, Gomez claimed she received a call from law enforcement warning her that if she continues to speak to the media, she could face legal trouble for a likelihood she has of charges that span more than a decade. ago, CBS reported. †

Despite the warning, Gomez said she was encouraged to continue sharing her story by the judge overseeing her probation, who reportedly told the mother that her bravery would be rewarded and assured her that her probation would not be over. affected.

It comes as CISD Police Chief Pete Arredondo continues to face backlash for not dispatching a tactical team soon enough to put an end to 18-year-old gunman, Salvador Rolando Ramos, who killed 19 students and their killed two teachers.

Gomez has criticized the police’s slow response and their actions in handcuffing her and stopping other parents who tried to rush into the school to save the children because they were frustrated at not doing anything.

“I told one of the officers I don’t need you to protect me,” Gomez said of the police stopping her, saying it was for her own safety.

‘Go away. I don’t need your protection. If anything, I want you to come in with me and protect my children.’

Angeli Rose Gomez, who was handcuffed when she tried to save her children in the school shooting in Uvalde, said police are threatening her to keep her quiet.

Gomez, pictured with her two children, was handcuffed as she attempted to enter Robb Elementary School to rescue them.  She has been an outspoken critic of the police's delayed response to stop the massacre that killed 19 students and their two teachers

Gomez, pictured with her two children, was handcuffed as she attempted to enter Robb Elementary School to rescue them. She has been an outspoken critic of the police’s delayed response to stop the massacre that killed 19 students and their two teachers

Police faced backlash after restraining parents on the scene (pictured) desperately trying to save their children when they grew frustrated with the officer's inaction

Police faced backlash after restraining parents on the scene (pictured) desperately trying to save their children when they grew frustrated with the officer’s inaction

Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District (CISD) Police Chief Pete Arredondo is hardest hit by backlash over his leadership in police response

Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District (CISD) Police Chief Pete Arredondo is hardest hit by backlash over his leadership in police response

This is a story in development.

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