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BOMBSHELL REPORT: Broward County Schools and Police Colluded to Shield Criminal Students

Clues about how Nikolas Cruz slipped through cracks are emerging.

 | – FEBRUARY 23, 2018

Bombshell claims alleging collusion between Broward County law enforcement and the Broward school district to protect criminal students from arrests and disciplinary action have been leveled by a journalist familiar with the protocols in practice.

According to information currently available, Parkland mass shooter Nikolas Cruz was visited by local law enforcement 39 times over the course of seven years and was also reported to the FBI at least twice, leaving many to wonder how he slipped through the cracks, evaded arrest, continued attending school, and legally purchased firearms that he would later use to kill 17 of his former classmates and teachers.

Some clues may have emerged from a report chronicled by the editors of the Conservative Treehouse (CTH), an independent blog, who have provided corroborating documentation that paint a very convincing picture for the circumstances that may have enabled Cruz to slip through the cracks.

Broward County Sheriff’s Office Did Not “Miss Warning Signs” or Make “Mistakes”… 

“I spent about 18 months in 2012, 2013 and 2014 investigating Broward and Miami-Dade school policies and how those policies transfer to law enforcement practices,” CTH explains. “What I stumbled upon was a Broward County law enforcement system in a state of conflict. The Broward County School Board and District Superintendent, entered into a political agreement with Broward County Law enforcement officials to stop arresting students for crimes.”

“The motive was simple. The school system administrators wanted to ‘improve their statistics’ and gain state and federal grant money for improvements therein.”

The 2013 “Collaborative Agreement On School Discipline” between the School Board of Broward County and the Sheriff of Broward Country, as well as the Fort Lauderdale Branch of the NAACP and a variety of other state and local legal bodies, can be found HERE.

In short, the agreement established new standards and practices by which law enforcement would seek alternatives to arresting students who had committed crimes or “minor disturbances,” with a specific focus on “students of color, students with disabilities and LGBTQ students,” who were “disproportionately impacted by school-based arrests for the same behavior as their peers.”

CTH asserts that the types of lawbreaking being swept under the rug quickly escalated from minor offenses to serious felonies.

“The need to continue lowering the arrests year-over-year meant that increasingly more severe unlawful behavior had to be ignored. Over time even the most severe of unlawful conduct was being filtered by responding police,” CTH writes. “We found out about it, when six cops blew the whistle on severe criminal conduct they were being instructed to hide.”


The Miami Herald alluded to the types of oversights and ‘missed’ signs that enabled Nikolas Cruz to glide through the system in a report on Wednesday.

“And long before Cruz embarked on the worst school shooting in Florida history, Broward Sheriff’s Office deputies had multiple warnings that the 19-year-old was a violent threat and a potential school shooter, according to records released Thursday.”

“In November, a tipster called BSO to say Cruz ‘could be a school shooter in the making,’ but deputies did not write up a report on that warning. It came just weeks after a relative called urging BSO to seize his weapons. Two years ago, according to a newly released timeline of interactions with Cruz’s family, a deputy investigated a report that Cruz ‘planned to shoot up the school’ — intelligence that was forwarded to the school’s resource officer, with no apparent result.”

On Wednesday, Broward Sheriff Scott Israel revealed that an armed Parkland school officer, Scot Peterson, arrived on the scene at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School as Cruz was in the process of killing 17 innocent victims, but never went inside the building to render aid.

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    1. to hell with any ‘stand down policy.” Any such standing order, to stand around with their thumbs up their asses and NOT stop the murder of children, is an unlawful and immoral order and should always, always be ignored. Do what is right, period. And what is right when children are being slaughtered is to close with and kill the bastard killer before he kills more. anything less is cowardice, dereliction of duty, and negligent homicide, as far as I am concerned. If I am in earshot of such an event, I am sprinting toward the sound of the gunfire, to put an end to it, or die trying. So help me God. And that needs to be the mindset of all of us, and that needs to be the mindset of every cop. Otherwise they should take off that badge and gun and go be a mailman. Stewart

      1. Big 10-4 on that Stewart! Is it possible a “Stand Down” was given at time of incident?

        I’m with you, I know for a fact I would run to the problem. I have already passed that test once upon a time. I have a one size fits all policy for gang bangers and domestic terrorists other.

      2. I could not agree more Stewart! Had this been on the battle field, these 4 would have been “Fragged” or found victims of “Friendly Fire” for cowardness! The Oath we all took and swore before God to uphold simply does not allow for such dereliction or cowardness in the line of Duty! How ANY man could possibly “Hide” in fear while hundreds of our Children scream in sheer horror for their very lives is beyond my comprehension. I pray these four (4) “Deputies” are prosecuted, sued for “Wrongful Deaths” (17 Counts), loose their pensions and, face prison time! Even that is not punishment enough for what they did NOT do! Sheriff Israel must resign his commission, forfeit HIS pension and, seek life at McDonalds!

      3. He’s a goner and the wrongful death suits are going to bankrupt the district entirely. Good. The guy who wrote the article has been investigating this policy and all involved for years. And the balls on Israel to demand that law abiding citizens give up their constitutional rights is disgusting. I hope all the scumbags involved go down hard. It’s nice being on the right side of history but it’s appalling that it took this tragedy to do it. I believe Israel was fine sacrificing 17 lives to get his means to an end. The guys a demon.

  1. As a retired high school teacher and 20 year Army I often said some teachers should be armed. I’m also a police officer and my union tried to get our BoE to allow me to carry concealed. They laughed. Cannot allow any teachers to be armed. By the way, it’s not Broward County, Coward County

  2. The special arrangements with local Law Enforcement happens in alot Schools either troubled student’s are on a point system before get in trouble and get kiked out of school.
    And the School district has good Attorneys to cover things up.
    The Parents are clueless on whats going on in their School systems.
    They need to conversing with their kids and find out what’s going on they’re schools..
    Because there’s more going on than what’s being told.

  3. I am still trying to wrap my head around the type of “adult leadership” that would devise, allow, or just go along with these types of policies. It seems more and more that people entrusted with the slightest ‘power and authority’ have lost their damn minds,…and by and large, these are the same lunatics who are pushing the mental health/gun control agenda. It is impossible for me to accurately express my exasperation with these fools.

  4. Don’t forget the 30 minute delay on their surveillance cameras, so they could doctor up the footage and reports to eliminate incidents all together. These liberals in Coward County care more about fudging their stats and doctoring reports to make their schools look crime and violence free, when they are far from it. What happened to the whole objective of their presence their? Protecting our kids and keeping their campus safe?

  5. Aside from the sheer demonic evil of it – such actions sound in fraud. If these allegations are true they conspired to defraud state and federal governments of grant money. Should be enough to put many of these swamp dwellers behind bars. They put Capone away for good on multiple counts of mail fraud. Where is Florida AG Pam Bondi?

  6. I must say it’s not just Broward County, all county’s have their secrets, just a matter of time. Broward didn’t watch the pot and it boiled over now a few insignificant are in the frying pan. Why? Because, a few good people not in the hip pocket came out with the truth. We still don’t know who are the significant players. Oh, what a tangled web you weave, you surely will fall when you tangle your feet. Will be very interesting to see who’s fueling the fire, we only have a little glimpse.

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