Law firm announces $27 billion lawsuit against Uvalde school police, others

SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — A massive class action lawsuit against multiple parties was announced Sunday for the defendants’ involvements in the Uvalde school shooting.

KSAT-TV reported Bonner & Bonner Law said they intended to sue the parties for $27 billion for civil rights violations.

The defendants include the Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District Police Department, school police chief Pete Arredondo, sheriff’s offices, the Texas Rangers, the Texas Department of Public Safety, Border Patrol, the Uvalde Independent School District school board, the Uvalde City Council and the City of Uvalde.

The lawsuit also goes after the gun manufacturer, Daniel Defense, and the retailer that sold the suspect the gun, Oasis Outback.

“People have a right to life under the 14th Amendment and what we’ve seen here is that the law enforcement agencies have shown a deliberate conscious disregard of the life,” attorney Charles Bonner told the television station.

Bonner & Bonner Law is also representing victims in the Buffalo mass shooting.

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