Do you find it interesting that in connection to the #Uvalde
Arnulfo Reyes, the teacher from room 111 who had 11 students left in his classroom was shot at and all 11 dead. . .on ABC News stated,
"some children went home with their parents after the ceremony but 11 stayed. Reyes had put on a movie for them when the gunman, 18-year-old Salvador Ramos, entered the building and started shooting."
The following are Reyes words,
"“The kids started asking out loud, ‘Mr. Reyes what is going on?’ And I said, ‘I don’t know what’s going on. But let’s go ahead and get under the table and act like you’re asleep,’” he recalled. “As they were doing that … is about the time when I turned around and saw him standing there.”
Reyes said the gunman entered room 111 through the adjoining door of room 112 and opened fire. Reyes was shot twice, with one bullet hitting him in his arm and lung and another striking him in his back.
“I told my kids to act like they’re asleep so I'm going to act like I’m asleep also. And I prayed and prayed that I wouldn’t hear none of my students talk,” Reyes recalled.
Though officers quickly followed the gunman into the school, they didn’t breach the classroom he was in until 12:50 p.m. — 77 minutes later.
Do you fine the numbers and their sequence interesting?
Law enforcement has been under intense scrutiny for that delayed effort to confront the shooter — a move Reyes said he can’t forgive.
“They’re cowards,” Reyes told ABC News. “They sit there and did nothing for our community. They took a long time to go in. … I will never forgive them.”
He recalled how he heard a child in the next classroom, 112, call out in a desperate plea for help.
“Officer, we’re in here! We’re in here,” the student said, according to Reyes.
How many ask themselves what is Really going on?
How many wonder about the reality of #whatliesbeneath
What lies beneath happens to be part of my mission as a traveller and I will show you in an article with evidence what actually lies beneath in many places in Texas.
I generally do facebook frames, but this time I must do this in article form.
As is the drill, since investigative researchers/reporters like me are heavily censored due to the amount of revelations and evidence the nefarious cannot thwart or deny [oh how they will try though] this will be archived across numerous platforms.
Do you find it interesting that an article came out Today. . .titled,
City says demolition of late Dale Evans’ birthplace OK
From Uvalde Leader News? #DaleEvans
, friend of #JohnWayne
The location of that house is just 4 minutes or 1.4 miles away from Robb Elementary.
Located at 726 Fort Clark Road in Uvalde.
I just find the timing and location interesting is all.
Remember when I told you in a prior FB frames thread. . .Uvalde Mayor: Robb Elementary Must Be Torn Down
and how it garnered support from the current administration?
Same timing as this house in Uvalde that should have the status of Historic Landmark?
Note this article from Salon's headline that came out 6.4.2022
Federal grant may pay for demolition of Robb Elementary
Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin says the location of the school shooting massacre should be wiped, and Biden agrees!
Well, isn't that convenient?
? You decide! In my traveling expeditions I have found Over and Over #ThereAreNoCoincidences
Do you find it interesting that,
Texas is home to more than 3,000 known caves and sinkholes — emphasis on “known.” As we discovered just last month, there are ancient caverns hiding right under our noses! After part of the road in a Round Rock neighborhood collapsed, a massive cave estimated to be more than 10 million years old was discovered underneath several homes. How it managed to remain undetected for all this time remains a mystery, but one thing’s for sure: it’s an incredible anomaly that deserves some attention.
See where CBS Austin reports,
CBS Austin reports,
Sinkhole in Williamson County neighborhood reveals deep cave under 3 homes
Hear what people living by the house had to say.
Once again, back in Feb. of 2018
A sinkhole in Williamson County is exposing a 22-foot-deep cavern. New pictures show how far it reaches underneath three homes in the Brushy Creek neighborhood.
The hole opened up Thursday morning in the 8400 block of Cambria Drive. On Friday, geologists mapped the cave and are now calling it Cambria Cavern.
Do you find this interesting?
The Cambria Dr. cave is not on any maps the county currently has so it’s not known if anyone was aware it was there when the subdivision was developed. It’s believed a water line trench cut into the ceiling of the cave several years ago and that vibration from the road triggered the collapse.
how do the routes get built?
who are the people behind it?
who profits off of the labyrinth of a network to support the transport of all that are used in crimes against humanity whether it be drug trafficking, human trafficking, child trafficking, organ trafficking?
what firms and individuals at the head profit?
There are those who look down their noses at whom they consider to be the "mere common folk" beneath them as they enjoy the riches of their spoils obtained off the backs of those they #preyvspray
See evidence of other tunnel systems and caves many are not aware exist in Texas.
See evidence in the article titled,
The underground layers of Uvalde Texas and other places in Texas! Why was the house where Dale Evans was born in Uvalde allowed to be demolished instead of Historic Landmark? Did you know she tried to keep Prayer in schools and had a DS child who died?
Downtown Dallas Tunnels,
Where in local articles you find. . .
Despite the controversies and efforts to do away with the Dallas tunnels, they’re still going strong.
Do you find it interesting that a majority of the tunnels are privately owned?
Have you wondered about “the tunnels” under some Texas cities? If you live in Dallas or Houston, have you ever been curious about the underworld beneath downtown? Could there be a secret world of shopping, eateries, and more to explore underground? Well, this Texas Hill Country writer can definitely vouch for these worlds of tunnels. Houston, Texas is home to one of these longstanding historic underground marvels. “The first link was built in the 1930s by Ross Sterling to connect two neighboring buildings he owned, inspired by the tunnel system at Rockefeller Plaza in New York City,”
Having worked in downtown Houston for many years, it was an interesting surprise to find what seemed like a secret entrance to another world right at the footsteps of a busy downtown building.
Stairs led you straight into a whole other option of places to shop and eat during your lunch break. It’s a little get-away right at your disposal to make you feel as if you just stepped into a movie scene from something like the sci-fi thriller“Demolition Man.”
The tunnels are more than 2 miles long.
Designed in the 1960's
Full of food courts and small shops
Majority of tunnels are privately owned
Entrances can be accessed through major office buildings
Boasts. . .There are even travel agencies to stop in and get some information on that next vacation among the Houston tunnel system.
A video report is in the works, but due to time constraints, various projects, training, other journeying/traveling that is ongoing it takes time.
In the meantime. . .here it is in the written word.
See comments for further information in this post on my page on FB if seeing elsewhere.
I will put the facebook post link in this post on my page here on MeWe in for those who want to go and make comments or contribute their info there. Thank you for your time and your perseverance in #FightingTheGoodFight