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Re: Santa Fe, TX shooting - Santa Fe ISD Officer Interview
« Reply #25 on: Jul 04, 2018, 12:40:22 pm »
 

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So the first policeman on the scene was the school district's own on duty that day. He called in to the Michael Berry Show yesterday morning. I have no way of getting the audio of the first hour of the show on it's own. Idk how to do it at least. Maybe some one can help.

Anywho, the show is the second down on this list, at the time of this posting (it's a weekday daily radio show so it'll be farther down soon)

The relevant part starts at the beginning until about 28/30 minutes in. The host starts talking about sports after that point.

Tue, 03 Jul 2018
#864 The Michael Berry Show

https://mytuner-radio.com/podcasts/the-michael-berry-show-ktrh-ktrh-am-1253076699

Also, I haven't heard much yet, but I'm still hoping to get to attend some court sessions involving the shooter. See if anything interesting comes up.



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Re: Santa Fe, TX shooting
« Reply #26 on: Aug 16, 2018, 02:30:28 pm »
 

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Alleged Santa Fe shooter indicted by Galveston County grand jury

By Nick Powell Updated 5:19 pm CDT, Thursday, August 9, 2018

https://chron.com/news/article/Sante-Fe-shooter-indicted-for-capital-murder-by-13144676.php#item-85307-tbla-5

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A Galveston County grand jury Thursday indicted the 17-year old Santa Fe High School student accused of killing 10 people in a shooting spree at the school in May.

Dimitrios Pagourtzis, 17, is charged with capital murder and a first degree felony charge of aggravated assault on a peace officer. Pagourtzis was arrested at Santa Fe High School on May 18, the day of the shooting after allegedly killing 10 people and wounding 13, including Santa Fe Independent School District Officer John Barnes.

Nick Poehl, Pagourtzis' attorney, said he was not surprised by the indictment and that he expected a court date to be set sometime over the next month. [continues...]



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Re: Santa Fe, TX shooting
« Reply #27 on: Apr 11, 2019, 09:49:07 am »
 

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Unless something new has come up, I don't understand why the federal government would step into this. The story has been, the shooter used his father's guns I do believe. No word of a hate crime and no word of traveling with the weapons across state lines. The only thing that makes sense (at the moment) is that the federal government has become emboldened by the end of the "Russiagate" investigation and now are ready to overstep their bounds like usual.

Federal agents take custody of Santa Fe High School shooting suspect

https://abc13.com/federal-agents-take-custody-of-santa-fe-hs-shooting-suspect/5238741/

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SANTA FE, Texas (KTRK) -- Accused Santa Fe High School shooter Dimitrios Pagourtzis was taken into custody by federal agents Monday morning.

Last month, federal prosecutors said they wouldn't pursue charges against Pagourtzis, sending the following statement to ABC13. [:]

"The D.A. has brought numerous strong charges against the defendant in this case. No federal charges will be filed at this time, and we continue to stand ready to assist and support the Galveston County District Attorney's Office as they pursue the state prosecution."

Agents arrived at the Galveston County Jail Monday morning. While officials have not confirmed any changes in the case against Pagourtzis, his attorney says the 17-year-old will face federal charges in the massacre that killed 10 people and wounded 13 others.
Pagourtzis is already facing state charges after prosecutors say he opened fire inside the high school on May 18, 2018.

Survivor John Barnes, the school resource officer who was shot through the arm and nearly died, says state charges are not enough.

"I want him charged federally simply because I want to make sure he stays in prison," Barnes said.

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"The Department of Justice says they want to do everything they can to help, well everything they can to help is charging this guy with a federal crime," Barnes told Eyewitness News.

The families had reached out personally to the Department of Justice and U.S. Congress members.
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They will beg for bigger government.

Correction: The Arkema case is a felony charge, not a federal charge; so I took that out of my original post up above. I'll post it anyway in the relevant thread though. It's still an interesting case.



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