AUSTIN, TEXAS — In the aftermath of the Santa Fe High School shootings, while other educators clamored for “gun free zones” and more intuitive psychotherapy, one Texas superintendant took the bull by the horns, bought an arsenal, and installed a surveillance system.
“How do you keep the bad guys from getting guns? They’re out there. They just are. Whether people like it or not, that’s just how it is,” Texas City Supe. Rodney Cavness told Texas Observer.
Problematically for that argument, however, is that the morning of the shooting, a full-scale federal-state-local joint training op for an active shooter was actually underway at Santa Fe High School — when local news outlets report the training exercise went live.
“We talk about securing buildings from outside, and that’s important. Let me ask you, when’s the last time we’ve had an unknown armed intruder in a school?” former Secret Service Agent Mike Matranga — the school’s security chief — said at a recent Texas Senate hearing on school safety.
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