Uvalde Mayor Wants School Shooting Video Released

The mayor of Uvalde wants the video from the Uvalde Elementary Shool shooing released.

ABC reports  

The mayor of Uvalde, Texas, suggested on Saturday that there is body camera and hallway video that shows the "vast array" of officers that responded to the incident and will contradict misconceptions that Uvalde police were the only ones inside with weapons.
Mayor Don McLaughlin believed releasing the video will help families understand what really happened inside and provide transparency to everyone.
He does not want to release audio from inside the classroom or anything after the breach to be released. He does not want to exploit the deaths of these children or the loss and pain all families have endured.
He, again, suggested that the district attorney is trying to confuse families and keep any video from being released to protect certain law enforcement agencies.