Broward County Sheriff Audio 911 CALLS, 14 min 42 seconds of a 50 min audio, plus a video never shared here at youtube. The children of the Douglas High School Shooting on there way to Tallahassee fl. Timeline of the Douglas High School Shooting- Florida
All of this is new information audio and a short clip of the kids, at 10:00 to 10: 40 seconds, the children stated someone and to the 911 operator the police is here.
What time did Sheriff Scott Israel arrive at the shooting?
This site list a timeline but is it correct? And who give a hoot about the body cams when children are involved.
In its fact-check, the sheriff’s office denies that the sheriff told deputies not to enter Stoneman Douglas "unless body cameras were on."
"Any suggestion that Sheriff Scott Israel or any other deputy from the Broward Sheriff’s Office ordered body cameras to be turned on prior to entering the school is false," the website says.
We traced the claim about a body-camera rule to Laura Ingraham’s Fox News show on Feb. 26. Ingraham cited information from unnamed sources, which means PolitiFact can’t evaluate those sources.
But so far Ingraham is the only person making that claim, so far bringing it up twice. "We have two well-placed sources tell us that in fact it was the case that they were told not to enter unless they had their body cameras on," she said March 6.
The timeline of emergency dispatchers shows no mention of body cameras.
On March 8, the sheriff’s office released a seven-page timeline of the afternoon of the shooting starting with an Uber record showing Cruz arrived at the school at 2:19 p.m. and ending when he was arrested at 3:40 p.m. The timeline is based on what was seen on the security video and heard by dispatchers for the sheriff’s office and Coral Springs police and fire departments, and includes statements by law enforcement at the scene. The timeline shows no directions by dispatchers or law enforcement about body cameras.
Live Leaks: Douglas High School Shooting Exclusive Report- YouTube
Read the Pdf Documents: Deputies Outline Whereabouts in Minutes Following Parkland School Shooting.
The Broward Sheriff’s Office released incident reports Friday that outline the response by deputies after the Feb. 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the site of one of the deadliest school shootings in U.S. history.
Confessed shooter Nikolas Cruz faces 17 murder counts and 17 attempted murder counts.
The Sheriff’s Office said it released the supplemental reports about the Parkland mass shooting in response to public records requests. It follows national controversy about the response of the high school’s armed resource officer during the shooting.
Read the document:
Lets do this right Hank, at 14:19 Military hours, Cruz came to the school went to his stash, got dressed within 1 minute and 23 seconds and started shooting at the children.
This is according to CAD. 14:19 Military Hours is 2:19 pm. According to the report Cruz did not show up at the school until 2:19 pm.- 2:19pm local time (8:18pm BST) on Wednesday.
I may not be the smartest person, but it is impossible to get into full Military Police Gear and go into the school, within 83 seconds, and at the same time the calls to CAD 'Shots Fired' are within seconds of the first shots fired, or before the first shot was reported.