Author Topic: Isreal and School Security  (Read 14 times)

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Re: Isreal and School Security
« Reply #1 on: Today at 06:42:52 PM »
There was an armed deputy sheriff at the school as the killer began to shoot.
But that deputy sheriff did nothing to stop the killer. He stayed outside and did nothing!

And when he learned that he was to be disciplined for not having “moved toward the sound of the guns,” he resigned.

And now the Sheriff of the county in which the Florida killings took place is going to station an armed deputy in every school in the county.
But why wasn't this done before the shootings ever got started? Because it was deemed to be too expensive, and a waste of police resources.
So now, after the massacre had been accomplished, the Sheriff wants to "lock the stable door after the horse has already been stolen."

Good thinking, Sheriff.

(He's also against arming the teachers.)
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