The state of Florida could soon assess legislation that would restrict pension funds for disgraced former deputy Scott Peterson, who was an on-duty security officer at the time of the Feb. 14, 2018, mass shooting of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Flordia.
Peterson, who was the on-scene security officer at the school that day, evidently did nothing while 17 people — both students and faculty — were shot and killed by an intruder. A state bill would seek to hold Peterson accountable, Fox News reported Wednesday.
Actions - Day - Shooting - Interviews - Opening
His actions on the day of the shooting were reinforced by interviews that he participated in where he claimed he believed the opening shots were nothing more than fireworks that “a few kids acting like idiots” had set off. He also remembered that the day’s events had...