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find top-rated talent who can start today on upwork.com ♪ hello, welcome to our viewers here in the united states and all around the world. live from cnn world headquarters in atlanta this is "cnn newsroom", i'm john vause. texas officials are facing growing criticism for two days inconsistency and confusing major changes to details. did police engage with the shooter as he entered the school, tuesday and wednesday the answer was yes, by thursday, no, he was never confronted by a school resource officer or
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anyone, it never happened. it took up to an hour for the gunman killed during that time police were negotiating with the suspect keeping his pinned but later said they didn't know his exact location for immediate take down and video outside the school show parents pleading with police to enter and save the kids and one woman put in handcuffs and another tackled by police and thrown to a ground and a third pepper sprayed. >> as a father i would have just went in. i don't need nobody tell me to go in defend harmless children, why wait? >> cnn jason carol begins our coverage timeline how the massacre unfolded. >> 11:21 tuesday i just shot my
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grandma in her head he wrote to a girl online. it was the start of a shooting spree that would leave 19 students 25and 2 teachers dead. seconds later wrote i'm going to go shoot up an elementary school right now and took off in his 66-year-old grandmother truck and crashed into a ditch and two minutes later a 911 call reported the wreck and gunman walking towards robb elementary school with a long rifle, his weapons purchased legally may 17th at a supported good store, the next day 375 rounds of ammunition and may 20th another rifle from the same store. it was those guns he had with him on tuesday. >> he jumped out of the passenger side of the truck,
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faced these two witnesses at the funeral home across the street from where he wrecked, he engages and fires towards them. >> he came through like hitting the dirt on the floor. >> the bullets were hitting, close bullets? from where. >> i guess he was coming from the school this way. >> the gunman climbed a fence at the school and start the shooting at the building according to texas investigators they say the school research officer was outside engaging him was wrong. he walked into the hallway, makes a right, walks another 20 feet. turns left. into a school room. into a classroom. that has doors open in the middle. >> there in those connected
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classrooms authorities say the gunman barricaded himself and killed the students and the teachers. and wounded 17 people. one of the victims 10-year-old amerie jo garza tried to call police on her cellphone, a birthday present two weeks ago. >> i got confirmation from two of the students in her classroom that she was just trying to call authorities. and i guess he just shot her. >> as the gunman sporadically shot through the wall police wait for reinforcement evacuate other students. >> fsers were there the initial officers don't make entry initially because of the gunfire they're receiving. >> parents outside the school are distraught demanding police immediately storm the building or let them. >> i told one of the officers if they didn't want to the go in let me borrow a gun and vest and
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i'll go in there myself to handle it and they told me no. >> around 1:00 p.m., one hour and 20 minutes after the gunman went inside law enforcement forced their way into the classroom and custom border and protection agent killed the gunman. >> they came up with a plan and took care of the situation as quick as they possibly could. >> but it was still too late for so many. >> those we spoke to, whether the two at the funeral home or victor luna who was arguing with authorities about trying to move into the school sooner. this was before that press conference where they were trying to clarify that misinformation they had given out so people were angry even before that. now this compounds the anger, frustration and grief that so many people out here are now having to deal with. cnn, uvalde, texas. >> for two days the families of those shot and killed have been struggling with pain and grief like no other and it's about to
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get worse. the bodies of the 19 of 21 victims have been released to the funeral homes and instead of planning summer vacations families are planning funeral services. in this small town no one is untouched by this tragedy and little one who's saw what no child should ever see left hand now live with those emotional scars for years. >> i got really scared and i didn't know who was hurt or dead. and then we started looking around on facebook and i realize that all of the people that i knew were dead now. >> what do you mean, baby, how many. >> i knew all of them. >> cnn's laura sanchez with more now on the lives lost. >> reporter: as the families of those killed at robb elementary school plan their final
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good-byes. >> our hearts are broken. we are devastated. >> reporter: cnn is learning more about the 21 victims lost in the tuesday massacre. garcia in fourth grade, loved the movie elganto and cheer leading and basketball and dreams of becoming a teacher. >> 10-year-old annabell guadalupe rodriguez was killed, she shared a classroom with her cousin, jackie cazares who was also murdered, his father said she touched a lot of people's lives and recently had her first communion. >> the light of my life. to me she's a fire cracker. comforts me a little bit. you would think she'd be the one to help her friend in need. >> another 10-year-old tess
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marie matta loved tiktok and ariana grande and was saving to take her family to disney world it posting on twitter, quote, precious angel, you're not a victim but a survivor. i love you always baby sister my your wings soar higher than you could ever dream. >> 10-year-old alyssa bravo's family saying that she could put a smile on all their faces. they're devastated by her passing and 10-year-old and w.h.o. en who enjoyed dancing and making tiktok videos and eliahana cruz torres her aunt telling cnn our baby gained her wings. the medical efforts working tirelessly to make sure 21 loss
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will not become more now grappling with the trauma of those they couldn't help. >> that's what hit us the most, the patients that we did not receive. >> victims lost in another horrific shooting in an american school. >> this one little girl was cover in blood head-to-toe, i thought she was injured what was wrong she was hysterical saying they shot her best friend, they killed her best friend, she was not breathing, she was trying to call the cops and i asked the little girl the name and she told me, she said amerie. >> that's how you learned? >> daughters, sons, mothers, wives, names and faces this community will never forget. amerie jo garza, uzaiah garcia,
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javier lopez. and alexandria aniyah rubio and two teachers died shielding her students from danger,er eva mireles and irma garcia. >> how do you look at this girl and shoot her, how do you shoot my baby? >> we confirmed the tragic news the husband of one of the teachers who perished on tuesday suffered a medical emergency, sergio garcia married to irma garcia 25 years had to be rushed to the hospital and ultimately passing away. his family believe he died of a broken heart. cnn uvalde, texas. >> despite this mass shooting, loss of life, carnage, community in mourn, the national rifle association will go ahead as planned in texas. the members of the gun lobby
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will meet friday in houston, among those expected to speak fo former president donald trump and greg abbott will send a video message, cancelled so he could attend a news conference in uvalde and four performers cancelled as well. and we'll look at ways other countries respond to deadly violence and what the u.s. could learn if only they would, that's ahead. and details why the u.s. is supplying weapons to ukraine as russia gains gri ground in eastern ukraine. and eat it too. nexium 24hr stops acid before it starts for all-day, all-night protection. can you imagine 24 hours without t heartburn?
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north but ukrainian soldiers making gains as donbas has been under assault for weeks. sources say the biden administration considering ukraine's request for advanced rockets guys greater range than the howitzers. sources say it is through facilities like this that hundreds of thousands of ukrainians have been forcibly sent to russia from eastern ukraine. the prime minister visits heavily damaged villages near kyiv and said she would add support to show ukrainian notes ukraine is not alone. >> today with all of the leaders coming together to help ukraine
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sends a very direct message. >> cnn has received video and spoke to those who live under russia occupation and grim hardly describes what the city has become. >> reporter: after three months of war with that symbol of ukrainian resistance in ruin mariupol is a city of ghosts. these exclusive pictures obtained by cnn show the dead only now being retrieved from the rubbel. at least 22,000 people are believed to have died according to the city's mayor's office now working in exile. >> it's absolutely dark inside the city. just russian patrols and everywhere is smell of death. and really smell of the fire. smell of the smoke.
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and smell of death. it's mariupol's reality. >> reporter: very different to what is now being transmitted inside mariupol, russian tv channels to go with the passports russians here have been issued with. 20-year-old nicole is one of the lucky ones. she fled mariupol with her five-year-old nephew in april and took them five days to get to ukrainian held land on foot. she won't give her full name because her parents are still trying to get out. as she starts to tell us her story she had to be silent for the five days it took them to flee says he wants to speak. he says it was very scary getting out, showing how he had to hide his head from the shelling. his message now, i want everyone to stay alive, he says. to the western mariupol the city
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of hersong the picture noise emerging, secretly filmed line of resident in kherson since the city fell to russian forces march 2nd. the men in inside terrified. one man saying when a ukrainian flag was raised he says anyone within one mile was arrested. in mariupol, the images speak what lies beyond the free press in russian-controlled ukraine. >> now kentucky a independent report concludes propaganda and destruction of
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ukrainian site and mass grave and more pose a serious risk of genocide treating only gas station to act to prevent under article one of the genocide convention. the director and author the report of of the report thanks r being with us. >> thanks for having me. >> the main report is for prevention and responsiblity to act including russia and what they should intervene of the instance the states should normally learn of existence of serious risk that genocide would be committed. it seems with ukraine we've reached that point a long time ago. >> yeah, no, you absolutely right, john. the word genocide is used very often and used interchangeably with mass murder but has a
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precise legal definition articulated in the 1948 genocide convention and that intent to destroy an entire group of people. and another report from new line institute to examine whether russian actions have breached the genocide convention when you put together all of the experts and army of lawyers, 35 of the top legal minds to examine the evidence and the conclusions are very clear and the conclusions are damning that this russian federation is in cleerp breach of the clear breach of the genocide convention and they if must take responsibility and there is a pattern of their atrocities that indicate they intend to destroy ukrainian national and ethnic group so the conclusion is there's a very serious risk of genocide which
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triggers article one which is to prevent a full-scale genocide from actually occurring. >> let's look at the details you're mentioning. in terms of atrocities, reporters found analysts documented mass graves found and corps found with hands tied and tortured and shot at close range. in the report the point is made many of the russian should soldiers have been immersed into russian-propaganda. how's that build into this. >> we have to understand it's not the manner in which genocide occurs it's the intent and we can see that from russia and manner interpreted on the ground that this is a genocideal war that russia is engaging in ukraine. for example, putin in one of his essays has clearly indicated himself he doesn't believe ukraine is a country he believes
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it was an artificial creation, and chair of the duma said there's no ukrainianness this is disorder of the mind that there is no nation. we've seen these repeated claims, denial of ukraine existing. denying that the people of ukraine have their own identity. it is not just rhetoric but actually translated into action with quotes over 180,000 children transferred to russia and dispersed throughout russia to ensure they do not coalesce as a collective identity group so the evidence is clear what russia intentions are, that is to wipe out ukrainian identity. >> 180,000 children, that is staggering. there's individual actions of the russian soldiers and big picture of military tactics and in the report you write -- [ reading ]
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and then the article goes on that this directive must have come all the way from vladimir putin, either directly or replied. what does that mean for state responsibility for genocide. >> the applications are very clear. the genocide convention was set up to prevent genocide and to many occasions we look after the fact -- and purpose of the convention is to actually prevent genocide and here we have a situation in which the evidence is overwhelming and has now been presented so the obligation is now on all 151 state parties
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with signatures to the genocide convention to intervene and put a stop to this russian aggression in ukraine before it spills over into a full-scale genocide which will then be too late. >> never again. huh? that report from washington. thank you. just ahead here on cnn, as families prepare to bury the dead, most of them young children, most powerful gun lobby in the united states which spends millions to get easier access to guns will have a convention just down the road from uvalde in houston. why some are saying don't cocom.
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welcome back to our viewers here in the united states and around the world you're watching "cnn newsroom" i'm john vause. a lot of questions are being asked about the timeline and
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school shooting in uvalde, texas. law enforcement official say the shooter was not confront the by police before entering the school, took more than an hour to take down the 18-year-old gunman. lengthy response time caused chaos outside the school. [ yelling ] [ bleep ] >> frantic parents started to arrive desperate to know if their kids were still alive, begging police officers to get in the school to stop the shooter or let them do it themselves. family of one of two teachers killed suffered another loss, the husband of irma garcia died, joey garcia had a medical emergency according to the gofundme page and his cousin believe he died of a broken heart, losing the love of his life for 25 years was too much,
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they are parents of four children. more than $1.7 million has been donated to the garcia family . in washington, long refused to compromise on gun control but ten senate majority leader mitch mcconnell is calling for bipartisan effort on potential legislative response to the shooting and encouraging mitch mcconnell texas to begin discussions with democrats and the other republican from texas ted cruz is showing no willingness to budge on gun reform, he was pushed by sky news and cruz became extremely defe defensive. >> why does this only happen in your country, many around the world can't fathom, why only in america. why is this america
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exceptionallism so awful. >> i'm sorry i think you think american exceptionallism is awful. you got your political agenda, god love you. >> why is america the only country that faces this kind of mass shooting. >> you can't answer that sir, you can't answer that. >> why do people come all over the world to america it's the freest most prosperous safest country on earth. >> may be the freest -- >> the national rifle annual convention will go ahead as planned despite the shooting in uvalde and it's being held in the same state where the tragedy took place, in texas. some are backing out saying it is not the time for the event. now that report. >> with all due respect, you should not come. >> reporter: the nra defiantly unyielding. >> wouldn't be respectful for the families who are planning
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funerals for their children, for them not to come. >> reporter: releasing the statement calling it evil but still going to kick off the annual conference three days and 300 miles from the site of the mass shooting in uvalde. >> i think it's shameful for any politician to attend this conference. >> reporter: former president donald trump will give the headline address with a roster of high-profile republicans like senator ted cruz and south dakota governor and texas governor greg abbott scheduled to speak. >> my heart and head and body are in uvalde right now. >> this moment eerily similar to the days after columbine shooting that killed 13 in people in 1999 and nra also had met just miles away days
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later, -- >> at the same period where they're going to be burying children we'll have media running through the exhibit hall looking at kids modeling firearms, a horrible, horrible just position. >> the conference went on as scheduled at the gun show shaping the response to mass shooting ever since leading to this provocative moment the following year. >> from my cold, dead hands. >> all this comes as the nra is facing a slew of other financial and legal problems. in march the new york supreme court blocked an effort to dissolve the organization but allowed a lawsuit from democratic attorney general to go forward, accusing the nra leadership violating laws using non-profit groups using
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personal in use and tax afraid and lacks financial over sight at the highest level of the nra. the nra sticks by their claim they always operate in the best interest of their members. in january 2021 they filed for bankruptcy which was dismissed last may for not having been file in good faith. and one saying he used a friend yacht as a retreat after the sandy hook shooting in 2012 and parkland shooting in 2018. >> at least three musicians who were set to perform at the nra convention this weekend have now cancelled one of them saying it would be disrespectful and hurtful to perform and the gatlin brothers, saying could not go on in good conscious go on to perform. cnn washington.
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nominee for texas governor is not letting up on criticizing the current texas governor greg abbott. >> you are doing nothing -- >> he shouted and confronted abbott during a news conference blaming the governor for increased gun violence in part because abbott has encouraged people to in his words take matters into their own hands after another mass shooting in el paso three years ago and o'rourke says he has no regrets about his lone protest. >> we can continue to do things the same way and expect a different result but that's the definition of insanity or we can decide we're going to stand up for one another and change this and do everything we can to make sure that not another child is killed in their own school. not another teacher has to face a gunman with a ar-15, a weapon originally designed for use on a
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battlefield. to commit ourselves to changing this so this does not become our permanent future or fate. i'm going to do whatever i can. i'm going to do whatever it takes. >> o'rourke is expected to face an uphill battle when he runs against abbott in november. >> elsewhere around the world when mass shooting happen action is usually taken, in nulz, -- our report in action after shootings is a unique american action. >> reporter: when five people were gunned down in the united kingdom last summer the nation was shocked. it's had some of the world's toughest gun laws since mass shooting in 1996, gun deaths fell by half and mass shootings became extremely rare. in the wake of the new attack the governor announced tighter restriksz, including medical tests for mental health and
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instability for would-be gun owners. >> my thoughts are very much with the families of those who lost their lives in the appalling incident numerous countries, advocates for gun control point to them as proof that mass shooting incidents can be dramatically reduced. >> a gunman kills more than 2 dozen people and injures several others. >> reporter: 35 people killed during an australian shooting spree in '96. the government launched a massive gun-buy back program, banning automatic and semi-automatic weapons and there murder ires and suicides with firearms plummeted and have been no mass shootings since. canada has massive requirements in response to mass shootings there.
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a slaughter in nova scotia in 2020 spurred opponents to say those laws don't work, but again, gun control advocates notice a downward trend in gun deaths over the past 20 years. >> we know other countries in response to one mass shooting have been able to craft laws that almost eliminated mass shootings. >> reporter: after 51 people were killed in new zealand in 2019 by australian gunman who targeted mosques, the government, in six days, went after military-style semi automatic weapons, high capacity magazines and more. >> every semi-automatic weapon used in the terrorist attack on friday will be banned in this country. >> reporter: and the prime minister said just this week, they are not done. >> there are still obviously guns misused in new zealand, so i won't sit here and say that our system is perfect.
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but we saw something that wasn't right and we acted on it and i can only speak to that experience. >> reporter: gun right supporters insist you can't prove these regulations reduce mass shootings or that it would work here but these countries believe they are key to cutting down the gun violence and it starts with the guns. cnn, washington. ellen degeneres saying good buy to her talk show, final message in a moment. (man) [whisperining] what's going on? (burke) it's a farmers policycy perk. gt farmers and you could save money by doing n nothing. just be claim-free on your home insurance for r three years.
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iceland's glaciers are melting faster now than any point in the past 200 years because of global warming, tracking that loss could give a glimpse of the future in a changing climate. in call to earth we look at some of the glaciers. >> reporter: these are some of the glaciers of southern iceland only 10% of the land mass is covered by ice but since 2000 it's estimated the glaciers have decrease in size by 800 square kilometers. some are retreating by over 150 meters in a single year.
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the director at the university of iceland has witnessed the retreat up close. >> about 14 years ago i started to do repeat photography at one of the glaciers here. and i went once a month for eight years. it's like visiting an old friend. there's a sense of familiarity. we have about 20 outlet glaciers that come down from the ice cap. all of them have receded. >> he is part of a team documenting the glacier retreat over laying archive photos with current-day drone footage reveals the dramatic change in the landscape. rising global temperatures driven by rampant fossil fuel consumption left some experts warning the glacials in iceland are at risk of disappearing
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entirely. >> we need to tell people what the reality is. on the other hand we don't want to frighten people to immobilize them to anxiety. >> melting ice is the biggest contributor to sea level rise but as most of the world is worried about flooding here the climate change problem is causing the opposite problem. >> as the glacier melts and pressure becomes less and less. >> as they lose their weight land mass rises out of the water in a process known as iso static rebound. >> so every three or four years the land lifts up by an inch. closer to the glacier these effects become enhanced so. up by the glacier margin looking at inch and half per year. there have been very noticeable changes here in this area. and one of them is all of the small islands that you can see
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in the distance these are only visible during low tide but as the land is lifted up these become more and more noticeable. nature here is very much alive. it's always generating new things. it's always destroying other things. but climate change speeds everything up. >> he and the team's next project is to use time-lapsed photography to look into the future. >> we want to pre-visualize what our fastest receding glacial -- will look like 100 year from now. based on worst case, business as usual and best case. there is always a range of potential future that's is open to us. there is still a chance for the wounds to heal and for the glaciers to recover at least to some extent. we have to make a conscious,
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