Within the ranks of law enforcement it’s rare that one cop will criticize another, unless the cop being criticized has some kind of racism accusation against him.
Yesterday, it came to light through Chief Postizzi that FOUR Broward County deputies stood down as mass murder took place in the Stoneman Douglas high school.
Let’s remember that Broward Sheriff Scott Israel is a liberal Jew with a gun control agenda. We should be asking the question of whether he wanted a maximum body count that he could use to promote that agenda.
Scott Israel should do the honorable thing and resign. In addition to four cowardly deputies, Israel’s department had multiple warnings that alleged shooter Nikolas Cruz was dangerous, but they never arrested him.
With cops like these, the American public needs guns more than ever.
Excerpt from Zerohedge
Coral Springs police officers were “stunned and upset” to learn that four Broward County Sheriff’s Deputies were stationed outside the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and had not entered to face an active shooter, sources with the Coral Springs, FL police department told CNN.
Scroll down to learn more about the corruption charges leveled against Israel two years ago.
As the details behind the Police response to the Valentines Day massacre emerge, it appears that the Coral Springs Police department – which sent 130 officers to the scene – put their lives on the line while Broward County officers simply waited for backup as the scene unfolded, in what some Coral Springs officials perceived to be a derilection of duty.
Some Coral Springs police were stunned and upset that the four original Broward County Sheriff’s deputies who were first on the scene did not appear to join them as they entered the school, Coral Springs sources tell CNN. It’s unclear whether the shooter was still in the building when they arrived.
The four Broward Sheriff’s deputies, including fired High School Resource Officer Scot Peterson, had their pistols drawn from behind the safety of their vehicles, and “not one of them had gone into the school,” according to shocked Coral Springs police.
The Coral Springs officers, meanwhile, entered the building soon after they arrived on scene to confront the shooter, while the four Broward County Sheriff’s deputies remained outside until two more officers arrived on scene along with an officer from neighboring Sunrise city.
What these Coral Springs officers observed — though not their feelings about it — will be released in a report, likely next week. Sources cautioned that tapes are currently being reviewed and official accounts could ultimately differ from recollections of officers on the scene.
According to the Coral Springs Chief of Police, Anthony Pustizzi, roughly 40 of the 130 officers rushed into the building after the initial officers responded, where they carried 23 victims were carried out to medics, 20 of whom survived.
Two days after the shooting, Putstizzi sent an internal email to his officers obtained by CNN which reads “I understand that another agency has given the impression that it had provided the majority of the rescue efforts, and that the tremendous work of the Coral Springs Police and Fire Departments has not been recognized. Please know that this issue will be addressed, and the truth will come out in time.”
The resentment among Coral Springs officials toward Broward County officials about what they perceived to be a dereliction of duty may have reached a boiling point at a vigil the night of February 15, where, in front of dozens of others, Coral Springs City Manager Mike Goodrum confronted Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel.
Meanwhile, the Coral Springs Sheriff has publicly commented on the shooting. “I’ve been a police officer for 30 years,” Pustizzi said at a press conference. “You know, humans aren’t meant to see this kind of tragedy, but the officers that went in there, the dispatchers that heard it, the firemen that treated the people — you know, there’s obviously a lot of support that needs to be given to them, as well.”
“I’m thinking, you know, this is a real one. You train for this day. You hope it never happens, but you only have one way and that’s straight in, and you hope that a bullet doesn’t find you, as well, but that’s a possibility,” said Pustizzi.
The smell of a conspiracy hangs heavy over the Parkland school shooting. There’s just too much incompetence by the FBI and Israel’s boys to be a coincidence. Somebody wanted a bunch of dead kids to parade in front of the public. And they wanted live kids to go on TV and follow the anti-gun script supplied by CNN.
Reason offers a look at Israel’s response to corruption allegations raised two years ago. Specifically, he was accused of hiring friends to work in publicly funded jobs.