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Active shooter survival instructor describes how Ulvade shooter got into school


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Active shooter survival instructor Michael Julian reflects on the Texas elementary school shooting on “Jesse Watters in prime time.”

MICHAEL JULIAN: Well, from what I understood from someone who was in the governor’s briefing initially they had indeed been informed, the grandmother had managed to call.

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They knew and sat on the information and did not immediately act and close the school. This is how he was able to access it. Then do not enter immediately. I mean we learned after Columbine that you need to enter.

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You’re not setting up a perimeter and waiting for SWAT or anything. As soon as the second officer arrives, you enter as a team and engage. So just waiting and not knowing, I guess, I wasn’t there. I guess the training is not recent, not up to date and that led to a lot of these issues.

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