First responders were filmed carrying a heavy body bag to the back of a pickup truck, which apparently occurred either during the shooting – which is odd – or right after the shooting when police should be securing the scene for an investigation:
But what's in the bag? Weapons? But how could one shooter (what the media's currently reporting) handle a weapons cache that takes two trained professionals to carry?
And they wouldn't take evidence AWAY from a crime scene before an investigation… that's not protocol.
Is it SWAT gear? Don't they typically carry gear on their own instead of lugging it around in body bags? And why is the bag being escorted by four officers, one of which appears to be wearing medical gloves?
It's also unlikely the body bag is carrying a dead body because, fran