New Dispatch Calls Emerge From Parkland Shooting, Reveal Tragic Info

Shortly after the tragic shooting incident at Majory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, it was revealed several local law enforcement officials remained outside of the school which shots were still being fired.

The reports were confirmed by the recent release of a new audio file from the Broward County Sheriff’s Department, “which reveals that a deputy who did not enter [the school] while schoolchildren were under fire indeed knew the mass shooter was inside the building,” BizPac Review reports.

After its public release, some conservatives, including former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino, are expressing their complete contempt for those local law enforcement officers who did not enter the high school.

From BizPac Review:

“Joining me now Dan Bongino former Secret Service agent and former NYPD officer. You have been listening to all of this, Dan, your thoughts?” Fox News host Sandra Smith asked.

“Well, Sandra, after Columbine, the entire training to active shooter response incidents was overhauled,” Bongino said. “The idea of a perimeter and a hostage negotiation went out the window. After Columbine, all the training methods were to respond immediately to the problem.”

“Having said that, there are multiple systems out there,” he continued. “The alert system is one of them. There are a number of systems, some of them respond to the problem by yourself. Some teach respond as a team and in tandem.”

“Let me be clear on this,” he said. “None of these systems used now in this post-Columbine era teach set up a perimeter and stay 500 feet away from the building. None. None that I know of. You know, email me if you see otherwise. I have never heard of anything like this. It is a puzzling, puzzling piece of audio that 911 call.”

“I was in it for 15-plus years of my life at the federal and local level with the NYPD and Secret Service,” Bongino said about the heightened difficulty of law enforcement jobs. “And your entire career in many of these cases is measured by what you do in the critical seconds in a crisis.”

“This deputy, he had a tough job,” Bongino added, per BizPac Review. “Everybody gets it, but his job that day was to stop that threat. Even at the cost of his own life as we have seen these officers tragically killed in the line of duty. That’s what you sign up for. In those critical seconds, he failed. There is no other way to describe that.”

Speaking on how law enforcement agencies across the nation can learn from the failure of the Broward County Police Department, Bongino said, “I can only hope from this unspeakable tragedy that police departments around the country, state, federal and local, hammer home their training over and over and over and double down now on expanding their training and making sure everybody understands.”

And, “Maximum to the problem. Minimum to the perimeter. You have to stop the problem or the body count is going to add up in these things.”

Check it out:

As Twitchy reports, Editor of National Review Charles C. W. Cooke similarly criticized the Broward officials after the release of the audio.

“Deputy Scot Peterson, who refused to help in Parkland, knew that the shots were coming from inside the building and said so over the radio,” Cooke tweeted. “Then, afterwards, he brazenly lied about it, and said he thought they were outside.”

And, “The whole department is rotten to the core. And it almost certainly comes from the top, from Sheriff Israel, who knew a lot more than he let on when he tried to blame everyone except himself at CNN’s town hall.”

Note: The author of this article has included commentary that expresses an opinion and analysis of the facts.

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