UVALDE, Texas — The City of Uvalde is suing the Uvalde District Attorney, Christina Mitchell, for not turning over investigation records and materials, which includes police body camera footage, related to the Robb Elementary School shooting in which 19 children and two teachers were killed.
According to the city's original petition filed Feb. 17, the city can't complete their investigation without the information requested.
You can read the entire lawsuit here:
"The City of Uvalde and the District Attorney will continue to work together to achieve their respective objectives with regard to the Robb Elementary tragedy," Mayor Don McLaughlin said in a statement.
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