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Parkland School Shooting

Families of Slain Parkland Students to be Paid Millions in Settlement Over FBI Inaction

The attorneys said the settlement’s details are confidential, but a person familiar with the deal said the government will pay the families $127.5 million overall.

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Accused Parkland High School Shooter to Plead Guilty to 17 Murders

Nikolas Cruz’s defense lawyer told a Broward County judge in a morning hearing that Cruz would change his plea on all counts in the homicide case against him. The defense team is seeking 17 consecutive life sentences for Cruz, 23.

FL Sergeant Fired Over Actions at Parkland Shooting Reinstated with Back Pay

An arbitrator has dismissed the case against Brian Miller. According to a statement from the union that represents deputies and sergeants, the arbitrator found that the Broward County SO violated Miller’s due process rights when Sheriff Gregory Tony terminated him long after state law allowed it.

Video: Parkland School Shooter Attacks Deputy in Jail

Nikolas Cruz, 21, faces four charges in the Nov. 13, 2018, attack on Sgt. Ray Beltran, 42, in the Broward County Main Jail in downtown Fort Lauderdale.

Florida Senate Investigator Recommends Reinstatement for Suspended Broward Sheriff

Gov. DeSantis failed to prove the allegations of “neglect of duty” and “incompetence” he leveled against the veteran lawman, Dudley Goodlette, a lawyer and former state legislator charged with investigating the Israel case, wrote in a report released Wednesday.

Preventing School Shootings is Everybody's Business

Earlier this week, we reported on two separate incidents in which police in California arrested four teens—three in the first case, one in the second—possibly preventing two school shootings. You want to know another great way to prevent active killers in schools? Stop glorifying those atrocities and the sick murderers who commit them.

Suspended Broward Sheriff Wants to Run Again

In January, Gov. Ron DeSantis suspended Israel, citing problems with the Sheriff’s Office response to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre, in which 17 people were killed and 17 injured on Feb. 14, 2018.

Broward County Sheriff's Office Loses Accreditation Following Mass Shootings

The Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation voted 13-0 last week to strip the Broward County Sheriff's Office of the accreditation following a review of the agency's response to two different mass shootings.

2 More FL Deputies Fired Over Response to Parkland Shooting

"The deputy and sergeant were found to have neglected their duties at MSD High School," noted a press release from the Broward Sheriff's Office. "They have been terminated and will no longer be privileged to serve as law enforcement deputies for the Broward Sheriff's Office."

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Legal Experts: SRO Charged with Neglect in Parkland Massacre Has Strong Defense

"There's no crime called refusing to die while a mass murderer is in your school," said Eugene O'Donnell, a former New York City police officer and prosecutor.

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