By Tom Knighton
Coming up on almost a year since the horrific event at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, and there are a lot of people still looking for answers. For the parents of those who were lost, I can’t imagine any answers will really fill the void, but they’re not the only ones asking questions. Not by a long shot.
A panel charged with looking into Parkland has been asking questions too, and the answers they reached aren’t like to endear them to the anti-gun crowd.
Armed teachers, stronger security and better law enforcement are needed to head off another school shooting like the one in Parkland, according to a panel reviewing the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
The state commission investigating the shooting that killed 17 people on Feb. 14 released a draft report Wednesday listing a series of failures by Broward County agencies and recommendations for avoiding a similar tragedy in the future.
The 407-page report, which is not final, found that deputies didn’t rush into the school to stop the carnage, and school staff committed numerous security breaches, including leaving doors unlocked and not calling a “Code …Read the Rest
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