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    Angry PROMISE + Scott Israel + Runcie + NAACP + Satz + Osgood + more = MURDERERS

    Scott Israel was sworn in as Sheriff of Broward in 2013 and he immediately implemented the PROMISE program with a list of accomplices who need to be fired and then arrested as accessories to murder.

    (Parkland shooter) "Cruz’s records suggest that his reign of terror at Westglades Middle School began halfway through his seventh-grade year, in February of 2013. For the next calendar year, Cruz was suspended every other day. Why did the school allow him to remain enrolled despite his daily, deranged behavior for a full year? Not by negligence, but by policy."

    https://nypost.com/2019/09/08/parkla...anged-student/

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    Scott Israel was sworn in as Sheriff of Broward in 2013 and he immediately implemented the PROMISE program with a list of accomplices who need to be fired and then arrested as accessories to murder.

    (Parkland shooter) "Cruz’s records suggest that his reign of terror at Westglades Middle School began halfway through his seventh-grade year, in February of 2013. For the next calendar year, Cruz was suspended every other day. Why did the school allow him to remain enrolled despite his daily, deranged behavior for a full year? Not by negligence, but by policy."

    https://nypost.com/2019/09/08/parkla...anged-student/
    Let me address this BS one more time.

    If you notice, the behavior displayed by Crus, at Westglades Middle School, took place in 2013. That's right, 5 YEARS prior to the shooting at MSDHS. 5 YEARS. 5 YEARS. In the intervening years, Cruz was placed in several specialized programs. At the time of the shooting, he had been expelled from MSDHS and was in an alternative school. He had been evaluated by mental health professionals and no one had committed him to a mental health institution. He had not committed any criminal act for which he could be incarcerated for any significant time, and certainly not for life. In other words, no matter what problems Cruz exhibited, there was no way he could have been incarcerated for life or executed. And, as long as he was free, or would have been free in the future, then he was free to commit this atrocity.

    The problem was that the BCSB did not view the possibility of a mass school shooting as being a very high probability. This was reasonable, as such incidents are very, very rare, when placed in the context of the number of such incidents with the number of schools in the country. So, the Broward County Schools were largely undefended. To make matters worse, Cruz was spotted by three school employees, acting as security, all of whom recognized him, were familiar with him All knew that he had been banned from having a bag or backpack while on campus, before his expulsion. Yet, not one notified that he was on campus with a bag, which was readily identifiable as a rifle case. And, the SRO was unaware of the problem until the shooing started.

    Also, Israel did not IMPLEMENT the Promise program. That was the brainchild of the BCSB, through the Superintendent, Runcie. And, every politician in Broward County signed off on the program. Once again, neither Israel not the BCSB went rogue with this . Also, even the MSDHS shooting commission categorically stated that the program had no effect on the shooting.

    Now, fast forward 18 months. The Legislature has enacted the MSDSA, which sets minimum standards for school security. Guess what? Those standards are almost exactly hat was in place at MSDHS on the day of the shooting. Have the parents of students in the BCPS system demanded increased security for the schools? No. So, who was actually responsible for the incident? That's right, the shooter. If people want security for their children, while those children are in school, then they better demand thaat the BCSB provide it. Iff they are content with the existing level of security, then don't start crying is some lunatic walks onto an unsecured campus and shoots the place up. I'm sorry if reality is not pleseant. But, reality does not really care.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Scott Israel was sworn in as Sheriff of Broward in 2013 and he immediately implemented the PROMISE program with a list of accomplices who need to be fired and then arrested as accessories to murder.

    (Parkland shooter) "Cruz’s records suggest that his reign of terror at Westglades Middle School began halfway through his seventh-grade year, in February of 2013. For the next calendar year, Cruz was suspended every other day. Why did the school allow him to remain enrolled despite his daily, deranged behavior for a full year? Not by negligence, but by policy."

    https://nypost.com/2019/09/08/parkla...anged-student/
    Another FAKE post by stupid me!!!
    And here I go again as we’re out of the weekend. A week of hell for me again. You see I love drama just like the media. I forgot to take my medicine, yes I’m so sorry I forgot to take it. I tried to take a shower but no hot water. I know I ramble with the same old nonsense on and on. God blessed Scott Israel and I’m confident he will be back especially with all the latest news with BSO. I'm terribly sorry once again I’m just stupid and go Scott Israel 2020. Love you all...

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    yep-they are ALL murderers

    EXACTLY! So what you're saying is it's ALL Cruz and their fault!

    Scott Israel
    Robert Runcie
    Rosalind Osgood
    Ronald M. Gunzburger
    Franklin Adderley
    Michael J. Satz
    Marsha Ellison
    Barbara Myrick
    Perry Thurston
    Christopher Smith
    Gwyndolen Clarke-Reed
    David Golt
    Michaelle Pope
    Peter M. Weinstein
    Elijah H. Williams
    Maria Schneider
    Howard Finkelstein
    Gordon Weekes
    Oscar Llerena
    Bradley H. Weissman
    Wansley Walters
    Cassandra Evans

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Let me address this BS one more time.

    If you notice, the behavior displayed by Crus, at Westglades Middle School, took place in 2013. That's right, 5 YEARS prior to the shooting at MSDHS. 5 YEARS. 5 YEARS. In the intervening years, Cruz was placed in several specialized programs. At the time of the shooting, he had been expelled from MSDHS and was in an alternative school. He had been evaluated by mental health professionals and no one had committed him to a mental health institution. He had not committed any criminal act for which he could be incarcerated for any significant time, and certainly not for life. In other words, no matter what problems Cruz exhibited, there was no way he could have been incarcerated for life or executed. And, as long as he was free, or would have been free in the future, then he was free to commit this atrocity.

    The problem was that the BCSB did not view the possibility of a mass school shooting as being a very high probability. This was reasonable, as such incidents are very, very rare, when placed in the context of the number of such incidents with the number of schools in the country. So, the Broward County Schools were largely undefended. To make matters worse, Cruz was spotted by three school employees, acting as security, all of whom recognized him, were familiar with him All knew that he had been banned from having a bag or backpack while on campus, before his expulsion. Yet, not one notified that he was on campus with a bag, which was readily identifiable as a rifle case. And, the SRO was unaware of the problem until the shooing started.

    Also, Israel did not IMPLEMENT the Promise program. That was the brainchild of the BCSB, through the Superintendent, Runcie. And, every politician in Broward County signed off on the program. Once again, neither Israel not the BCSB went rogue with this . Also, even the MSDHS shooting commission categorically stated that the program had no effect on the shooting.

    Now, fast forward 18 months. The Legislature has enacted the MSDSA, which sets minimum standards for school security. Guess what? Those standards are almost exactly hat was in place at MSDHS on the day of the shooting. Have the parents of students in the BCPS system demanded increased security for the schools? No. So, who was actually responsible for the incident? That's right, the shooter. If people want security for their children, while those children are in school, then they better demand thaat the BCSB provide it. Iff they are content with the existing level of security, then don't start crying is some lunatic walks onto an unsecured campus and shoots the place up. I'm sorry if reality is not pleseant. But, reality does not really care.
    What you DON"T know, nor did the book reveal, that what is on paper at Westglades is NOT what transpired. The testimony of that teacher is missing a few details. It's VERY SIGNIFICANT because it explains what brought Cruz to that point. Public scapegoating didn't take down Sheriff Israel, the long term actions of Vesey did. The final two nails were put in SI's proverbial political coffin by Jake Tapper and Judy Stern. Had Sheriff investigated what had been going on at that one school, rather than get in a pissing contest with Loesch, he's still be Sheriff today because the entire community would have been behind the effort. BSPS district #4 and BSO district #17 command were "rogue" to say the least. All of it could have been contained to one city.

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    EXACTLY! So what you're saying is it's ALL Cruz and their fault!

    Scott Israel
    Robert Runcie
    Rosalind Osgood
    Ronald M. Gunzburger
    Franklin Adderley
    Michael J. Satz
    Marsha Ellison
    Barbara Myrick
    Perry Thurston
    Christopher Smith
    Gwyndolen Clarke-Reed
    David Golt
    Michaelle Pope
    Peter M. Weinstein
    Elijah H. Williams
    Maria Schneider
    Howard Finkelstein
    Gordon Weekes
    Oscar Llerena
    Bradley H. Weissman
    Wansley Walters
    Cassandra Evans
    You left off all of the parents of the 270,000 students in the Broward County school system, who did not see any likelihood of a mass school shooting and did not demand effecgtive security to stop one.

    Mass school shootings are terrible. However, the only really effective way to stop them is to interdict the shooter as, or before, he or she enters the facility. Once the shooter in inside the facility people are going to get hurt and likely die. But, such precautions cost money; a lot of money. And, it can be years, if ever, before any given school system, let alone any given school, has a mass school shooting incident. That is why there was no effective security at MDSHS in 2018. It is why there is no effective security at any school in the state of Florida, other than Miami-Dade County, today. The school security standards, mandated by the MSDSA are almost exactly what was present on the day that Cruz walked onto the campus and shot it up. So, the sheriff is gone. millions of dollars have been allocated for increased school security. And, the Broward County Schools are no safer or more secure than they were when Cruz killed 17 people at MSDHS. And, even the MSDHS commission stated, categorically, that the Promise program had any effect on the the shooting.

    No public official wants to spend the money necessary to harden the schools to make them safe. Many parents do not want to put effective security in place, either because of cost or because they don't want schools to look like "prisons". People want to "feel" safe, whether they are really any safer or not. Lenient discipline programs are not to blame. Access to high capacity semi-automatic weapons are not to blame. The shooter is to blame, obviously. But, what about everyone else, who had input into the security programs at the schools, including the parents of the students? Are they ALL murderers because they did not demand that effective security be in place, at the schools, to stop an armed attack? Be careful how broad a brush yoy use to paint people as murderers because of the MSDHS shooting.

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    Promise program was created to alleviate and prevent the [Disproportionate number of Black arrest] that was the buzz word... spend a week or a day in most public schools and witness the ridiculous disrespect and nonsense that goes on...oh yes disproportionate....😃

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