I agree, I've done quite a bit of active shooter training at my department and I think the "camera guy" in this law enforcement crew did a great job. He was pushing the tempo of his guys who kind of appeared a bit reluctant at times. I think without the "camera guy" it probably takes them a couple minutes (maybe more) longer to reach the shooter.Awesome and heroic body cam video of the police taking down the killer
I've seen quite a few posts regarding a 9 year old girl victim who was a pastor's daughter that was killed and that the shooter specifically sought the girl out to shoot her. After watching the video of the shooter entering the school and walking around, I'm a little reluctant to believe that until a manifesto is released (I highly doubt it will) or facts come forward explaining how this was proven (victim list in manifesto or witness statements suggesting she was calling the girls name to locate ?).
What I saw was the shooter enter the school but then seem really unsure where she wanted to go and defintely not in a hurry to get to an "intended" target. Or she was on drugs and very very calm.. Obviously it is still possible that the girl was a target because of her (pastor) father but that could just as easily be fake news to stir the pot until it's proven false. (I haven't seen it yet, maybe it is available ?)
As for the shooter, I think it'll be a matter of time until she is on t-shirts being championed as hero of the LGBTQ cause againdt "Christian Tyranny" somewhat like communist Che Guevara is championed today. A current day "John of Arch" do to her preferred pronouns. As we continue to talk about this event and the shooter by calling her, her or she, that will likely only further fuel LGBTQ anger as the shooter is "deadnamed" and her actions will seem more and more justifiable in their minds.
I don't see a healthy conversation coming from this regarding trans hormone therapy in kids and young adults. I think this will only deepen the divide as Christians continue to share the word of God and everyone else sees Christianity and the word of God as unloving and something to detest or exterminate (eventuality).
Another sign of the times we are living in. Isaiah 55:8-9 comes to mind yet again. I may not understand it but I choose to believe God used this event for good and that the victims were saved and that people will turn from their wicked was because of this event and also receive Christ as their savior.