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Tuesday, August 07, 2018

BOMBSHELL: Parkland Shooter Asked For Help Before Massacre, Was Denied

A newly released report has revealed that the 19-year-old gunman who shot up Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in February asked for help months before he went on the rampage, but the school district failed to act on his request.

The report was released on Friday after Broward Circuit Judge Elizabeth Scherer ordered Broward County Public Schools to release its report on the gunman who murdered 17 people during the Valentine's Day massacre.

According to The Daily Beast, the shooter was told that "he could transfer to Cross Creek, a school tailored for students with special needs; sue the Broward school district; or stay at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School without any special counseling."



Anonymous said...

It was part of the Obama plan to cause chaos for the NRA.

Anonymous said...

This is so typical.....someone knows he is sick and needs medication but is afraid to ask because if he asks he fears he will be locked up in a mental hospital and so he asks for help and at the first sign of the mental health professional looks for a reason to lock him up instead of treating him within the helping community.

Anonymous said...

I don't want to hear another word about this. Democrats are just as responsible for those murders as is the gunman himself. It was democrat policies specifically the Dept of Ed under obama that allows violent students to not only avoid being arrested but being in public schools. All democrats are extremely violent homicidal people so to them it's perfectly acceptable to have proven violent students in the schools.

Anonymous said...

School Supt is from Chicago and was Obama acolyte. Ran with the Obama lack of discipline program immediately. School administrators should also be on trial.