What is the 'dead suspect loophole?

The police narrative of the events leading up to and during the atrocity has altered by the day in the days.

 Since an 18-year-old gunman barricaded himself inside an elementary school classroom in Uvalde and killed shot 19 pupils.

Journalists and lawmakers have demanded the release of 911 calls.

 In order to figure out what happened on May 24, but Texas open-records regulations may block the public from seeing crucial information.

Government agencies are expected to make records "regarding the activities of government and the official acts of public officials and employees".

There are a few caveats to what is considered public knowledge, including the so-called "dead suspect loophole."

This contentious "catch, tag, haze" method aids wildlife researchers in keeping track of bears.

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