Did Broward County Sheriff Israel’s Son Get Special Treatment After Brutal School Crime?… It Sure Looks That Way
On February 14, 2018, 17 children and adults were slaughtered in a mass shooting by Nikolas Cruz in an attack at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
Three Broward County Sheriff’s deputies arrived at the scene but were standing outside the school.
Broward county sheriffs faced an enormous amount of ridicule after they were told to stand down while Nikolas Cruz was shooting students inside Marjory Stoneman Douglas School in February.
Neighboring county police department officers were the first ones to enter the building.
The Sheriff’s deputy Scot Peterson hid outside the school while the children were slaughtered.
Fox News later identified Captain Jan Jordan as the Broward County law enforcement official who instructed the deputies to remain on the perimeter of the school rather than run into the building towards the gunfire to help save lives.
Sheriff Israel later touted his own “amazing leadership” after the Parkland school shooting in February.
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel faced a no confidence vote by the Broward Sheriff’s Office Deputies Association in April following the Parkland school massacre.
The Deputies Association says the vote was necessary following several instances of suspected malfeasance, misfeasance, and failure to maintain fiduciary responsibility by the sheriff.
There is evidence that Sheriff Scott Israel’s son was involved in a brutal crime after school in 2014 while attending Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
But rather than termination from the school or criminal charges, Israel’s son was given a three day suspension.
Israel’s son held a young boy by the ankles as another boy abused him after baseball practice. (Read the report below)
Israel’s son only received a THREE DAY SUSPENSION for this!
And… Scot Peterson was the deputy and author of this report.
The Gateway Pundit received these documents on the brutal assault on school grounds in 2014.