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Regrann from @therealremyredd - @freedom_faction
As new information surfaces surrounding the #massshooting that killed 17 people at #MarjoryStonemanDouglasHighSchool last week, it is becoming even more apparent that law enforcement blatantly ignored a number of warning signs about the suspected gunman, which included 20 calls to police detailing death threats and violent behavior.
#BrowardCounty Sheriff Scott Israel admitted that there were at least “20 calls for services in the last few years” regarding #NikolasCruz, who is now accused of entering the school he was expelled from and opening fire on his former classmates and teachers. Israel said that given the latest allegations against Cruz, the department now plans to review the reports they have received in the past. “Every one of these calls for service will be looked at and scrutinized,” Israel said. “If we find out that one of our deputies or call takers could have done something better, or was remiss, I’ll handle it accordingly.” Given the fact that Cruz was expelled from the school, his presence there should have served as a major red flag, and Israel claimed that as soon as the school’s security guards noticed Cruz was on campus, they “tried to contact him.” “The school certainly knew about him, our school resource deputies knew about him,” Israel said. “As soon as he came onto to the campus, I understand that the security guards tried to contact him. I’m not going to go into any more of that know because we’re trying to look at videos and piece that together.” However, Israel did not explain why the guards were not able to apprehend Cruz before he reportedly opened fire inside multiple classrooms. The sheriff also did not address how police responded to the 20 calls they received about Cruz’s violent behavior and apparent death threats. 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾 #ParklandShooting #FloridaShooting #FalseFlag #DomesticTerrorism #PsyOp #GunControl #SocialEngineering #WakeUp - #regrann