On Monday, an anonymous source claiming to be a Stoneman Douglas faculty member told NRA TV that the school ignored security suggestions just a couple months before the attack that left 17 dead and more than 30 injured:
"So, if that one recommendation were implemented, lives would have been saved, and it wasn't." #NRATV Correspondent @KerryPicket talks to a Stoneman Douglas faculty member about how a threat assessment performed months ahead of the tragedy went ignored. #MSM won't cover this. pic.twitter.com/bF1ZEI7rB3
— NRATV (@NRATV) April 2, 2018
Said the source: “This threat assessment was done by a retired Secret Service agent, and it was known that he was going to do this assessment by the Safety Committee but that no one else at Stoneman Douglas would be aware of it, including administration except for that one administrator on the committee.”
The source continued: “The Secret Service agent came in. He parked in the front of the school for 20 minutes. He was never approached by anyone. He gained entry to the campus never being stopped by anyone at any time and put Post-Its on 21 random people.” Each Post-It note represented a potential casualty.
“There is blood on many people’s hands,” the source claimed.
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