Bombshell Update to Florida School Shooting Story. Someone’s in Big Trouble


Local police forces have already come under heavy criticism for the manner in which they responded to the February 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.

A staggering 17 people were tragically killed in the shooting, and many believe the number could have been far lower had police responding to the scene immediately entered the school and confronted the shooter.

Instead, they waited around outside due to some ridiculous protocol.

What happened this week outside the very same school might just give a little indication of the ineptness of the local police force, and why the February 14 shooting wasn’t handled in a more professional manner.

Naturally, the Broward County Sheriff decided to post a deputy outside Marjory Stoneman Douglas on a permanent basis following the shooting. Just to be sure.

Well, it’s a little hard to protect a building full of children WHEN YOU ARE ASLEEP!

That’s precisely what the deputy on duty was caught doing on Monday.

Via Blue Lives Matter:

A student witnessed Broward County Sheriff’s Deputy Moises Carotti sleeping in his patrol vehicle at about 5 p.m. on March 19, while he was supposed to be patrolling the perimeter of the building at the Parkland high school where the mass shooting took place on Valentine’s Day, FOX News reported.

The student notified the Broward County sergeant on duty at the school, and the sergeant had to knock on the window of the marked patrol car to wake up the sleeping Deputy Carotti, WSVN reported.

The sergeant notified his superior officers at the Broward County Sheriff’s Office, and they sent another deputy to replace Deputy Carotti, WPLG reported.

Broward County Sheriff’s Office Spokeswoman Veda Coleman-Wright said Deputy Moises Carotti had been suspended with pay, pending an internal affairs investigation.

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