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Despite growing calls in Tallahassee for his resignation, Broward Sheriff Scott Israel is adamant — he’s not going anywhere.
“I have done nothing that would warrant my resignation and have absolutely no intentions of resigning,” he said. “I am committed to BSO and the safety of Broward County. I will remain sheriff for so long as the voters of Broward County want to have me.”
During his campaign for governor, Gov.-elect Ron DeSantis said he would have removed Israel from office given the Broward Sheriff’s Office’s response to the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
The only armed deputy stationed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School the day of Nikolas Cruz’s deadly rampage asked a Broward judge on Wednesday to find he had “no legal duty” to protect the students and faculty from harm.
The judge rejected his argument.
Scot Peterson, who resigned from the Broward Sheriff’s Office in late February and is accused of shirking his responsibility by hiding instead of confronting Cruz, wanted Broward Circuit Judge Patti Englander Henning to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the family of Meadow Pollack, one of 17 people shot and killed in the Parkland school on Feb. 14.
“We want to say he had an obligation, but the law isn’t that,” said Peterson’s lawyer, Michael Piper. “From a legal standpoint, there was no duty.”
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