LAW ENFORCEMENT FAIL: Armed Guard at FLORIDA SHOOTING ‘Never Went Inside’
Posted On 23 Feb 2018 /
New questions surrounding law enforcement’s activity both before and during last week’s deadly mass shooting continue to swirl; with new reports showing an armed guard positioned at the high school took up a “defensive position” and never went inside.
“The armed Sheriff’s Deputy who was on the grounds of the Marjory Douglas High School shooting when it occurred took up a position outside the school and never went inside. You’ve got to be kidding me,” said Buck Sexton.
“The armed Sheriff’s Deputy knew dozens and dozens of shots fired, one after the other, reload, reload, minutes passing,” he added. “Never went inside the building. Cowardice isn’t just on the battle fields, sometimes cowardice can happen here at home.”
“How much worse can it get from a law enforcement perspective?” asked Sexton. “The FBI doesn’t follow up on a tip, local law enforcement didn’t have any answer to dozens of calls made to police. Now we found out that the armed resource officer at the Marjory Douglas High School took a ‘defensive position’ outside and never went inside the building.”
“He had to know. ‘Bang, Bang, Bang.’ He’s outside. People are inside, people are losing their lives. He didn’t think, ‘Hey, I’ve got this gun for a reason,’” said Buck.