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FOUR county sheriff deputies 'cowered behind their cars during Parkland school shooting and refused to enter the building' according to Florida police officers who ran in to try and stop the attack

Hannah Parry

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  • Broward County Deputy Scot Peterson, the armed school resource officer, failed to enter Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School during the mass shooting
  • Now it emerges that another three deputies failed to enter to stop the shooter who killed 17 and left 15 injured on February 14, according to sources
  • Coral Springs police officers reportedly arrived on the scene to find the deputies cowering behind their vehicles
  • Growing resentment between the two groups boiled over on February 15, the day after the fatal shooting, at the candlelit vigil for victims
  • Coral Springs City Manager Mike Goodrum angrily confronted Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel, in front of a dozen witnesses, over his deputies lack of action
  • An internal email by sent by Coral Springs Police Chief Tony Pustizzi reveals concerns at how the Sheriff's Department presented themselves after the attack 
  • 'I understand that another agency has given the impression that it had provided the majority of the rescue efforts... the truth will come out in time,' he wrote
  •  Peterson, a former employee of the month, was suspended without pay and has since resigned


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