FLORIDA FALLOUT: Report Shows FOUR DEPUTIES Refused to Enter School During Shooting
Posted On 26 Feb 2018 /
The Broward County Sheriff’s Department continues to face fierce criticism over their handling of the mass shooting that rocked southern Florida earlier this month; with new information showing at least four Deputies arrived at the high school but refused to enter the building.
“Short of the individual getting away, how could this have gone more poorly from the perspective of law enforcement? I spoke too soon, because now we find out […] that there were four armed officers on the scene, Broward County Sheriff’s Deputies, who never went inside the building,” said Buck Sexton.
“Four Sheriff’s Deputies on the scene did not go inside. Other cops showed up from the Coral Springs Department and were like, ‘What is this? You guys aren’t going inside? There’s four of you,’” he added.
“The reason this information is coming out at all is because the Coral Springs Police Department was very upset. They said, ‘Well, we ran in. We ran right into the building. We went right into a dangerous life-threatening situation for us,’” Sexton said.
“Seconds count. The timing really matters. Even if gunfire stops, is it okay for them to set up a perimeter? Should they wait for the National Guard to show up? At what point do they go inside the building?” asked Buck.