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CNN Is Really Upset that Scot Peterson Got Arrested Over His Cowardice During the Parkland Shooting

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You can always count on CNN to be on the wrong side of every issue and their response to Scot Peterson being arrested for his cowardice (among other things) during the Parkland shooting is no exception.

While there are questions about whether Peterson has legal liability, there’s no doubt he was a primary factor in so many children being killed that day. He sat idly by as a gunman walked around the school shooting people when it was his job to respond with force.

To give you an idea of CNN’s bias on this issue, Chris Cillizza once notably quipped on Twitter that a “good guy with a gun doesn’t always stop a bad guy.” This echoed CNN’s softball treatment of Sheriff Scott Israel at a town hall where they instead savaged Dana Loesch, who had nothing to do with the shooting.

In reality, Peterson wasn’t a “good guy with a gun.” He was a guy who failed to do his job and cost people their lives as a result.

Now that some action is finally being taken, how does CNN respond? By getting Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon together to moan at the fact that Peterson is being held accountable.

I can’t imagine why these guys are running behind The Hallmark Channel in prime time.

I’m not sure his characterization of “only in America” is correct, but let’s assume it is. There’s a reason we are the most prosperous, powerful country in human history. It’s not because we take our pointers from other countries who do stupid, illiberal things in response to tragedies. New Zealand’s response to the Christchurch shooting was irrational and emotional. So far, we’ve chosen to take a more logical path of not putting into place more laws that won’t actually help matters.

The most direct link to the capacity of the shooter to do what he did, at the level he did was Peterson’s inaction. Yet, Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon are upset that something is being done about that.

Why? Because they didn’t get their pet gun laws passed as a result of the shooting. The crisis “went to waste,” in the words of Rahm Emmanuel. It didn’t matter that nothing they were pushing would have made a difference. Politics was the primary driver of CNN’s coverage and reaction.

Cuomo is an expert at non sequiturs. He’s always playing false choices against each other and shamelessly pushing his personal politics.

From what I can tell, most of the surviving victims of the shooting are happy Peterson is being charged. Cuomo might want to think before he talks next time, because in this case, he chose to defend a person who got people killed just to shill for his own political positions. That’s not a good look at all.

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BREAKING: Deputy Who Stood By During Parkland Shooting Arrested On Multiple Charges for His Inaction

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According to CNN’s Jake Tapper, the Broward County Sheriff’s Deputy Scot Peterson was arrested following the investigation over his actions during the Parkland shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglass High School.

Peterson was the officer stationed to guard the school but waited outside in safety and listened while the shooting occurred. According to Tapper, the 14-month investigation by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement arrested Peterson on Tuesday for seven counts of child neglect, three counts of culpable negligence, and one count of perjury.

Peterson’s inaction was only the final point of inaction that from the Broward County that lead to the Parkland shooting which left 17 people dead, including teachers and students. This subsequently led to a witch hunt of figures like Dana Loesch and the National Rifle Association and divided America for months.

Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel initially told the CNN town hall with Loesch that he would release Peterson’s body cam footage, however, when push came to shove he suddenly withdrew the promise, claiming that doing so would reveal vital tactical footage that may muddy the investigation.

It was quickly assessed, however, that Peterson failed to do his duty and protect the students and staff within the school, thus leading to his arrest.

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Holy cow: Broward deputy arrested, charged with felonies for “complete inaction” during Parkland shooting

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Stunning. Rarely do cops get prosecuted for actions they do take. I’ve personally never heard of one being prosecuted for actions he *didn’t* take.

Police unions are going to have a collective aneurysm over the idea of officers being held criminally liable for excessive … “caution,” let’s call it.

Although the whole point here is that, at a certain point, “caution” becomes neglect. They don’t call him the “Coward of Broward” for nothing.

Scot Peterson, 56, had been nationally heckled and vilified for failing to confront the former student who gunned down and killed 17 students and staff at the Parkland school on Feb. 14, 2018.

Peterson has been booked into the Broward Main Jail on 11 criminal charges, including child neglect, culpable negligence and perjury…

The investigation showed Peterson refused to investigate where the gunshots were coming from, retreated during the gunfire as victims were being shot, and directed other law enforcement who arrived on scene to remain 500 feet away from the building, FDLE spokeswoman Jessica Cary said in an emailed statement…

“The FDLE investigation shows former Deputy Peterson did absolutely nothing to mitigate the MSD shooting that killed 17 children, teachers ad staff and injured 17 others,” said FDLE Commissioner Rick Swearingen. “There can be no excuse for his complete inaction and no question that his inaction cost lives.”

In a different age, the public disgrace involved in being known for hanging back while a lunatic gunned down children all around you would be enough to motivate an officer to intervene during a mass shooting. Most cops today would intervene, of course, but some seem to require more of an incentive, per the judgment of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Either get in there and help or face prison.

Here (I think) is the crime Peterson’s been charged with — a subset of child abuse:

(e) “Neglect of a child” means:

1. A caregiver’s failure or omission to provide a child with the care, supervision, and services necessary to maintain the child’s physical and mental health, including, but not limited to, food, nutrition, clothing, shelter, supervision, medicine, and medical services that a prudent person would consider essential for the well-being of the child; or

2. A caregiver’s failure to make a reasonable effort to protect a child from abuse, neglect, or exploitation by another person.

“A person who willfully or by culpable negligence neglects a child and in so doing causes great bodily harm … commits a felony of the second degree,” notes the statute. Essentially Peterson’s being treated like a parent who starved his child to death or stood by while his spouse administered a fatal beating.

The wrinkle may lie in the idea of being a “caregiver.” Courts typically find that the police owe no duty of care to individual members of the public that might lead to liability in court. But Peterson may be an exception. He wasn’t just a cop, remember; he was the school resource officer assigned to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High. Prosecutors may be gambling that that role did create a “caregiver” duty for him towards the students that other officers didn’t share. That would reassure patrolmen’s unions, if so, as it would mean Peterson’s case would set a relatively narrow precedent. The phrase “complete inaction” used by the FDLE commissioner in the excerpt above might be useful too. Maybe the “Peterson rule” will be that inaction by police can’t lead to criminal charges unless that inaction is “complete.”

First Scott Israel gets suspended, now this. Hats off to Florida for demanding real accountability from the cops in the aftermath of a nightmare that might have been mitigated, if not prevented.

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It’s Official: To CNN’s Dismay, Florida Makes the Move to Arm More Teachers

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Thanks to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and his John Hancock Wednesday, more Florida teachers’ll be able to pack heat in (and out of) the classroom.

The change emanates from recommendations made by a special commission created in the aftermath of the Parkland high school mass murders.

After the legislature’s session ended Saturday, Governor Ron said it’s all about the safety of the public:

“We did a lot for public safety. The Marjory Stoneman Douglas bill, people had disagreements on, but ultimately … I think we’re going to be safer.”

As per the revamped “guardian” program, individual school districts will be allowed to approve school staff to carry. Participation is on a volunteer basis.

Once approved, each gunner is put through a psychiatric evaluation and background check, as well as firearm training provided by a sheriff’s office.

Part of the update expands the pistol-packin’ opportunity to faculty outside the classroom.

The bill passed 65-47 in the House, 22-17 in the Senate last week; Republicans currently own both chambers.

Of course, the law-makin’ process didn’t go without debate.

As stated by Newsmax:

Democrats spent hours arguing against the bill, saying it could lead to accidental shootings, or that a teacher could panic and fire during a confrontation with students. Republicans emphasized that the program is voluntary, and that law enforcement in some rural districts could be 15 minutes or more away from a school if a shooter attacks.

Interestingly, the home of Parkland ain’t a fan:

Broward County, where the Parkland shooting took place, has rejected the program.

“Florida lawmakers claim they passed this bill for the victims and survivors of the shooting at Parkland, but they have ignored many concerns for student safety,” said Sari Kaufman, a Parkland survivor and a volunteer with the Florida chapter of Students Demand Action for Gun Sense in America.

Her statement added: “Now, I’m scared for the next generation of students who will grow up afraid of gun violence in their schools; not just from a shooter, but from the guns that could be carried by their teachers.”

In my opinion, the media’s treatment of the Parkland shooting was a travesty. Community healing was cast aside in favor of a shamelessly partisan use of naive teens (CNN Town Hall, anyone?).  Gullible young people were maneuvered as pawns to accomplish left-wing political goals before being discarded at the end of the news cycle. In the end, there was no unity, resolve, no national closure.

It was a trial through which nothing was gained.

Except — perhaps — this new law, making classrooms and schoolhouses a bit less of the soft targets they were on Valentine’s Day, 2018.

Do you think they’ll be? I look forward to hearing your thoughts in the Comments section.

-Alex

 

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Suspension of the Broward County Sheriff Following Parkland Shooting is Upheld by Florida Supreme Court

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In a sign that a long running story in the South Florida region may have at least one chapter finally coming to a close the State Supreme Court has upheld the decision of Governor Ron DeSantis to suspend Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel. Possibly the most polarizing individual to emerge from the Parkland shooting Israel has faced numerous issues showing accountability was needed for the betterment of the community.

After nearly a full year of controversy being exposed Gov. DeSantis made the suspension of Israel a priority while campaigning. He wasted little time taking action, announcing the removal of the sheriff just days after being sworn into office in January. Israel, for his part, wasted no time in responding, staging his own press conference on the same day to declare his suspension was not warranted and that he would fight the move both in the state capital and the courts.

The plan by Israel was to appeal his suspension to the state legislature. He stated that DeSantis removed him without due cause, and he also took his case to the courts. In a court filing on March 7 among the complaints the suit declared that his suspension was an “invalid exercise of authority. Sheriff Israel is entitled to reinstatement as Broward County sheriff.” Governor DeSantis wasted little time responding.

In his own filing DeSantis announced how his suspending of Israel was well within the parameters of the state constitution and was therefore not an action reviewable by the courts. A judge ruled this to be correct and dismissed the Israel suit. The sheriff then moved instantly to take his case to an appellate court, showing he was working far harder to regain his position than he had worked while in said position.

DeSantis has a law degree from Harvard, served as a Naval JAG, and was deployed as the legal advisor in Iraq for the SEALs. He is adept at these legal wranglings. Recognizing this was sure to become a constant stalling practice by Israel DeSAntis got proactive.

The Senate review of the Israel suspension was scheduled for this month. Israel’s own lawsuits were delaying that vote, until they were resolved in the courts. With an eye on the legislature recess the first week of May, the governor filed a request to have the case expedited to the Supreme Court, where it was likely to end up eventually. Now with this Court decision it can progress to the Senate.

On the local level the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School has been an ever-lingering specter on the community. More than solely the pain and scars felt from a tragedy there have been numerous problems exposed surrounding the local authorities. So widespread have these scandals been that the local newspaper — the South Florida Sun-Sentinel — won the Pulitzer Prize Gold Medal for its coverage of the various issues. Scott Israel has been at the center of many of those issues.

After the Court decision DeSantis issued a brief statement. “Scott Israel failed in his duties to protect the families and students of Broward County and the time for delay tactics is at an end. I look forward to the Florida Senate resuming the process of formal removal.”

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Democrats Rallying Behind Disgraced Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel

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One of the greatest assets of the Republican Party of Florida continues to be the Florida Democrats, who repeatedly find ways to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. They proved it again this week in Broward County, publicly organizing to support Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel (D), who many viewed as culpable for his agency’s many failures related to the February 14, 2018 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida that left 17 students and teachers dead, and another 17 injured.

Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) wasted little time after he was sworn into office this January to take action against Sheriff Israel, suspending him a mere three days into his term as governor, via an executive order citing neglect of duty and incompetence by Israel. DeSantis also appointed Gregory Tony to take over as the new Broward County Sheriff.

Israel sued to try and keep his job, but has been rejected by the courts, with the Broward County Circuit Court dismissing his lawsuit against the governor earlier this month.

Israel’s local Democrats apparently find him far more sympathetic.

According to a report by the Sun Sentinel, at the meeting of the Broward County Democratic Executive Committee earlier this week, a resolution was considered to condemn DeSantis for suspending Israel “without good cause and with no hearing.”

The resolution was not able to be officially passed because the committee lacked the quorum of members needed for a vote, but Anthony Man, the Sun Sentinel reporter who attended the meeting, noted that “[b]ased on applause and comments, most of the almost 100 people present for the discussion supported the resolution.”

Democrats can grumble about DeSantis’ suspension of Israel, but the inconvenient fact for them is that the governor is enjoying a “remarkably high” approval rating. Even his actions against Israel have been viewed more as a just response to severe professional malpractice rather than a partisan political maneuver by a Republican seeking to remove a Democrat.

To argue that Israel was suspended “without good cause” requires one to ignore the many missed opportunities, poor planning, miscommunications, neglect, and other failures by the Broward Sheriff’s Office under Israel’s leadership. It is a long and heartbreaking list, considering the horrific toll. Among the most egregious:

  • Broward deputies were called to the shooter’s (I am following the practice of the victim’s families in avoiding using his name) home dozens of times and were given direct reports of his erratic, disturbing, and increasingly violent behavior, but never arrested him, referred him to mental health treatment, or took any action that would have barred him from legally purchasing a gun.
  • Israel had enthusiastically supported controversial alternative education and discipline policies that sought to minimize juvenile arrests, even when the student was being violent or threatening school safety.
  • Multiple Broward deputies, including MSD school resource officer, Scot Peterson, waited in the school parking lot during the shooting, never even attempting to enter the building until after it was over. The delay undoubtedly cost lives, according to analysis by multiple members of the media, government officials, and the MSD Public Safety Commission.
  • Israel himself had overseen a change in the BSO training to say that deputies “may” engage instead of “shall” engage an active shooter.

DeSantis sent clear signals during the campaign that he was willing to remove Israel, so voters knew that was a possibility when they cast a ballot for him last November. He obviously did not view it as a politically risky position to take, and with his suspension of Israel and several other negligence officials around the state getting significant media attention, it is undoubtedly a factor in his approval ratings.

Israel should be fading away as a media story, but actions like this by the Broward County Democrats shove him right back in the spotlight again. Israel is unrepentant about his failures and continues to insist he did nothing wrong — a tough pill for many to swallow when they know the names and faces of those who died.

If the Democrats want to kick off the 2020 election season by embracing a disgraced former sheriff whose negligence has a body count, then they are sending a clear message to voters than partisan politics matter more to them than good policy, ethical government, or life itself.

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Broward County training ‘Guardians’ to protect elementary schools

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After the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida earlier this year, the state passed a law which required an armed guard to be on hand at every Florida school. Most Florida high schools and middle schools already had armed School Resource Officers assigned to them but Broward County didn’t have enough money to put deputies at every elementary school. So the county is hiring and training dozens of “guardians” as substitutes. From the Miami Herald:

At the shouted command, they drew their 9mm Glock pistols and shot from the hip at close range. First with their right hands, then their lefts. They shot at multiple targets, then retreated to the shade at Markham Park to guzzle Powerade…

Not much is publicly known about the guardians, a cheaper and more accessible option to fulfill a new statewide mandate that requires putting an armed guard at every school and was set forth by the Florida Legislature after a former student shot and killed 17 people and wounded 17 more at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High in Parkland on Feb. 14.

Their only job at schools is to secure the perimeter, not deal with disciplinary matters. Their uniforms and weapons, which are the 9mm Glocks that they practiced with, will be supplied by the Broward County Sheriff’s Office. Their salaries range from about $25,000 to $32,000 a year…

The guardians — who have gone through background checks, drug tests, and psychological evaluations — will wrap up their training next week. Their preparation includes 12 additionally mandated hours of diversity training.

Below is a local news report showing the guardians (they’re the ones in yellow) undergoing firearms training. What’s striking to me about this is that while several Parkland students have become media stars promoting gun control, what the state and Broward County are actually doing right now is gearing up to put armed guards on campuses. That’s basically what the NRA’s Wayne LaPierre recommended we do more than five years ago, after the Newtown school shooting.

At the time, this plan was greeted with outrage from many on the left. Here’s how the NY Times described it at the time:

“The only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun,” Wayne LaPierre, the N.R.A. vice president, said at a media event that was interrupted by protesters. One held up a banner saying, “N.R.A. Killing Our Kids.”

The N.R.A.’s plan for countering school shootings, coming a week after the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., was met with widespread derision from school administrators, law enforcement officials and politicians, with some critics calling it “delusional” and “paranoid.” Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey, a Republican, said arming schools would not make them safer.

Mr. LaPierre seemed to anticipate the negative reaction in an address that was often angry and combative.

“Now I can imagine the headlines — the shocking headlines you’ll print tomorrow,” he told more than 150 journalists at a downtown hotel several blocks from the White House.

“More guns, you’ll claim, are the N.R.A.’s answer to everything,” he said. “Your implication will be that guns are evil and have no place in society, much less in our schools. But since when did the gun automatically become a bad word?”

Five years later, armed guards at every public school isn’t a controversial or extreme idea in Florida. It’s policy now.

To be fair, this wasn’t a clean win for the NRA. The same law that provided new money for armed guards at schools also created a 3-day waiting period and raised the age to buy long guns to twenty-one. So it’s fair to say that both sides of the aisle got something they wanted here. Still, it’s striking that something that was at one point considered an outrageous deflection from the real issues is now seen as a pretty good idea even the Democrats running Broward County support.

Of course, it remains to be seen if this will work. There was an armed Deputy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas but as we all know, he stood around outside pointing his gun at a wall and warning other cops to stay away from the building where the shooting was taking place. Are any of these “guardians going to risk their lives for $30k a year? Are they even allowed to engage a shooter if one gets inside the school? I hope we never find out. But maybe just knowing they are nearby will help discourage an attack.

 

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