Members of the Texas Department of Public Safety, Uwald Integrated Independent School District police chiefs and officials, school district superintendents, school principals, a teacher and custodians all testified behind closed doors before the committee — about 40 people, according to a source. .
Victims’ families are expected to receive reports of law enforcement responses and corridor surveillance video, without audio, on Sunday morning, giving them a chance to review it before meeting members of the investigative committee.
A hard copy of the report was hand-delivered to Uwald and Texas officials Saturday night amid concerns that the document might leak to the media before victims’ families could read it, according to some of the officials who received the report. .
The commission’s report and video are expected to be released to the public in conjunction with the family’s meeting on Sunday. A press conference is scheduled for Sunday afternoon, with members of the press asking questions of the committee.
“The only thing preventing dedicated personnel from entering rooms 111 and 112 was the field commander who decided to put the officer’s life before the child’s,” McGraw said at the time.
CNN’s Shimon Prokupecz, Matthew J. Friedman, and Rosa Flores contributed to this report.