Originally published at: https://www.hannity.com/media-room/report-broward-district-tried-to-hide-deny-mask-failures-that-led-to-parkland-shooting/
A bombshell report from the Sun Sentinel released last week shed stunning new light on the blatant failures by the Broward County school district that preceded to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting on Valentine’s Day.
According to the Sentinel, the district led a prolonged effort to “hide, deny, and mask” multiple failures to deflect blame from public officials.
“Immediately after 17 people were murdered inside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the school district launched a persistent effort to keep people from finding out what went wrong,” writes the Sun.
“For months, Broward schools delayed or withheld records, refused to publicly assess the role of employees, spread misinformation and even sought to jail reporters who published the truth,” adds the author.
The report also finds the district spent at least $200,000 on public relations consultants in an effort to mislead the public over what they knew, and when they knew it.
Read the full report here.