School Shooting Was Outcome of Broward County School Board Policy – Now Local and National Politicians Weaponize Kids for Ideological Intents…

CTH has intentionally stayed away from discussion of the Parkland school shooting as we watched and reviewed the response.  However, it’s time to call the Broward School Board officials to task and simultaneously prepare the class-action lawyers to cripple the system.

Broward County schools intentionally created polices from 2010 through 2016 that culminated in the 2018 mass school shooting in Parkland.  We know this with great specificity because five years ago we warned Broward County Florida school board members this could happen.

In 2012 and 2013 while doing research into the Trayvon Martin shooting we discovered an alarming set of school policies being enacted in Miami-Dade and Broward County Florida.  The policies were called “diversionary programs” and were essentially about stopping High School students from being arrested. Law enforcement was instructed to avoid arrests and defer criminal conduct to school administrators.

Students who engaged in violence, drug sales, robberies, burglaries, theft and other various crimes were intentionally kept out of the criminal justice system.  County administrators and School Superintendents told local and county law enforcement officers to stop arresting students.

2013 […] Broward, the nation’s seventh largest district, had the highest number of school-related arrests in Florida in the 2011-2012 school year, according to state data. Seventy-one percent of the 1,062 arrests made were for misdemeanor offenses. (more)

Unfortunately, the school board mandated policies came into conflict with law and order. The problem of the conflicted policy -vs- legality worsened over time as the police excused much more than misdemeanor crimes.  Over time this culminated in police officers falsifying documents, hiding criminal activity, lying on official police reports and even hiding stolen merchandise police retrieved from high school students.

In 2012 Trayvon Martin was one of those students. –SEE HERE

It was our initial FOIA requests to the Miami Dade School Police Department which revealed the secret discipline and diversionary program Trayvon Martin was granted to avoid a criminal record.    The School Board and M-DSPD kept trying to hide the issue; they delayed responses and charged us thousands for FOIA information; but we knew this story was huge… so we kept going.

Specifically Trayvon Martin’s criminal conduct was hidden behind school discipline.  Stolen jewelry was recorded as random ‘found items’ (the jewelry just intentionally placed in storage with no investigation), Trayvon’s possession of marijuana was similarly obfuscated, and all of the incident reports were intentionally falsified by officials and School Resource Officer, Daryl Dunn,  to avoid the Criminal Justice system.

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It is all well documented.  None of this is supposition.  Our research discovered sworn affidavits from the police department HERE.  No-one was ever been held to account – it was just too politically dangerous an issue.

SRO Dunn never filed a criminal report, nor opened a criminal investigation, surrounding the stolen jewelry. Instead, and as a result of pressure from M-DSPD Chief Hurley to avoid criminal reports for black male students, Dunn wrote up the jewelry as “found items”, and transferred them, along with the burglary tool, to the Miami-Dade Police property room where they sat on a shelf unassigned to anyone for investigation.

A separate report of “criminal Mischief” (T-08809) was filed for the additional issue of writing “WTF” on a school locker. [It was the search for the marker used to write the graffiti that led to the backpack search].

The school discipline, “suspension”, was attached to the graffiti and not the stolen jewelry.

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The connections between the Police Burglary report and the School Report of “found items” were never made because the regular police detective in charge of the Burglary case had no idea the School Police Dept. had filed a “found items” report.

Two differing police departments, and the School Officer, Dunn, intentionally took the criminal element out of the equation – instead preferring “school discipline” and not “criminal adjudication”.  (more)

And it wasn’t just Trayvon Martin, there were hundreds of similar actions taken by conflicted School Resource Officers – totaling thousands of crimes over the course of just the first few years of these programs (2010 through 2013).

CTH contacted the Miami-Dade School District, every single school board member, and the Broward County School District – to warn them of what was taking place.

We provided thousands of pages of sworn affidavits and transcribed testimony from law enforcement. We spent several thousand dollars locating, transcribing and assembling the documents and evidence; and hundreds more hours compiling all the information.  –SEE HERE– We sent all of it to both school districts and both school superintendents.

Their response: “go away”.

The school board’s in Miami-Dade and Broward County had created a disastrous scheme and it didn’t take long to see where this was going.   The scheme was supported by President Obama’s federal education policy, and executive orders –SEE HERE– and people like Jesse Jackson –SEE HERE– In August of 2012 President Obama issuing an “executive order”  establishing the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence. Effectively placing “quotas” on school discipline based on race:

Broward County, even went one step further.  They stopped arresting students and then changed the policy of suspension.  Broward enhanced their program in 2013:

Broward’s Collaborative Agreement on School Discipline was announced in early November. Instead of suspensions, students can now be referred to the PROMISE program, where they receive counseling for several days and then return to school. A host of non-violent misdemeanors no longer require an arrest, though officers can sometimes override that if they feel it is necessary (“I wanted to make sure deputies always had discretion,” says Scott Israel, Broward County’s sheriff). The school district’s Office of Minority Male Achievement reviews data to ensure that punishments for minor infractions and racial disparities are on the decline. (read more)

So what happens when you stop arresting students for clear criminal conduct and then lessen the school punishment therein?…. You get this:

The Department Of Justice – Civil Rights and School Discipline October 21st 2010

2010 – In recent years, many school districts across the country have begun to adopt strict zero-tolerance discipline policies that impose increasingly harsher punishments for seemingly minor infractions. These disciplinary measures – in-school or out-of-school suspensions, alternative school placements, expulsions, and referrals to police departments and juvenile authorities – disrupt a student’s education and diminish their chances for success.

For too many students, these school-imposed sanctions lead to the criminal justice system, a pathway commonly referred to as the School-to-Prison Pipeline. Regrettably, studies have shown that children of color are disproportionately affected by zero-tolerance policies, a trend that increases already significant disparities.  (read more)

2010ERIC HOLDER – Never before have our two agencies come together in this way – or brought together such a large and diverse group of partners – to discuss the best ways to ensure that civil rights and educational opportunities are protected for every student, at every level, and in every community…But it is just the beginning of what I know – and I pledge – will be an ongoing conversation about how we can better understand the causes, and most effectively remedy the consequences, of disparities in student discipline. I want to assure all of you that for me, for Secretary Duncan, for the agencies we lead, and for the administration – this work is a top priority.

US DOJ October 2010


2013 Broward County Schools were warned here.

2013 Broward County Policies Explained HERE

2013 Six School Police Affidavits HERE

2013 Example the way the Police Covered-Up Crime HERE

2013 President Obama’s Executive Orders HERE


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627 Responses to School Shooting Was Outcome of Broward County School Board Policy – Now Local and National Politicians Weaponize Kids for Ideological Intents…

  1. Here is Broward County Sheriff speaking at a mosque on Ramadan.
    “We have to measure the success of the Broward Sheriff’s office by the kids we keep out of jail.”
    We’ll get those with mental health problems help…..blah blah blah


  2. Kyrissaean says:

    broward 2015 gloated to white house about reduce sentence+seal records for teens with violence/robberies. globalists use thugs/mental ill to attack/frame trump supporters,but blame russia for discord?

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  3. LULU says:

    Mother of Exploited Shooting Survivor Turns Out to Be A CNN
    VIP & Anti-Trump Activist Big League Politics

    David Hogg’s mother turns out to be a ringer. A Democrat and avowed anti-Trump activist.


  4. Missing Andrew says:

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  6. Missing Andrew says:

    Broward County Sheriff Israel “Baker Acts” Nikolas Cruz’ Brother

    It has been reported that Palm Beach County sheriff’s office, at the request of Broward County Sheriff’s office (Sheriff Israel), went on Friday to the home of Nikolas Cruz’s 17-year-old brother in order to involuntarily commit him to a mental health examination.

    Sheriff Israel had been talking about wanting more authority to do just that sort of thing on Thursday, the day before this happened.

    They gave no explanation for why this happened.

    His brother turns 18 this week.

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  7. blondegator says:

    Thank you SO much for your continued coverage.

    I live not 7 miles from Parkland, and it’s 24/7 insanity here with the cries for Gun Control. Not a peep in the local media about the culpability of local Law Enforcement, School Board policies, court system, juvenile justice system, etc. Not to mention the stupidity of the FBI “call center” and their “commercial model” of answering calls. Keep up the good work.

    Here’s a link to the Miami Herald about some of Cruz’s “history”. Note the immediate finger pointing of “not my fault” by Robert Runcie (school board), and local law enforcement (BSO) and the juvenile justice system. Just maddening.

    Keep up the good work, it’s more necessary (and appreciated) than ever!


  8. triper57 says:

    So now the call is for more gun control legislation. What was that old saw about trying the same thing over and over, but expecting a different outcome?


  9. 4Deuce says:

    It is almost physically painful to read the details of this “well intentioned” tragedy. So, the idea that youngsters should not have to enter the world with police records, we allow feather merchant bureaucrats to establish policies that get good kids killed – kids with no criminal conduct – and then buried in pine boxes. Then a County Sheriff who is in love with his image on TV fails to inform the public that his cooperation with these hide-the-truth political policies has also fielded a police force that will not run to the sound of gunfire but will cover behind closed doors or outside, behind police cars while innocent teenagers are mowed down by one of the very people the bureaucrats have hidden from law enforcement.


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