Question: Did Law Enforcement Drop The Ball On Nikolas Cruz?

Concerned Americans saw something and they said something. What did the FBI do? Check it out…

Squat it seems.

Perhaps they were too busy burying the emails extreme negligence bodies of her political adversaries criminal misdeeds of one Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Mayhap they were busy trying to find ‘Russian Collusion’ with Bernie Hillary Trump.

Or it could be that they’ve been buried with figuring out which Mohammed Abdullah Mohammed is a terror risk now that the floodgates have been opened to anyone to come to the United States via unfettered immigration.

Whatever the reason, the FBI didn’t act on two tips that they received about Nikolas Cruz.

Watch Doug give his thoughts on what the FBI knew and when they knew it:

Also, don’t miss Doug’s video on the practical and appropriate response that Christians can take both before and after massacres like this one.

The FBI admitted that they had dropped the ball.

‘The caller provided information about Cruz’s gun ownership, desire to kill people, erratic behavior, and disturbing social media posts, as well as the potential of him conducting a school shooting,’ said the FBI in a  statement on Friday.

The agency went on to state that this information, which came in over their Public Access Line, should have been classified as ‘a potential threat to life’ and the Miami field office notified about the information.

Those protocols were not followed however for reasons that are still not clear, and on Wednesday Cruz shot dead 17 people.
Source: Daily Mail

It’s been pretty rough for the FBI in the past while. They’ve bungled several leads that could have prevented mass shootings — they knew about the San Bernardino killers, they knew about the Orlando shooter, they knew that the Vegas killer had a stockpile of weapons, and they knew about this Parkland killer’s intent.

The reputation of the FBI is certainly being sullied by these inactions as well as the appearance of partisanship as revealed in the Mueller investigation.

But it wasn’t just the FBI. Just like with the Sandy Hook killer, local police were warned about the Parkland killer ahead of the mass killing. They had been called to his home multiple times in the past few years and the reasons were disturbing.

Before Nikolas Cruz carried out his mass killing at a Florida high school this week, police responded to his home 39 times over a seven-year period, according to disturbing new documents.

Details about the calls to the Broward County Sheriff’s Office — obtained from police records by CNN — were not immediately available and it was impossible to determine if all involved Cruz.

But the nature of the emergencies at his Parkland home included “mentally ill person,” “child/elderly abuse,” “domestic disturbance” and “missing person,” KTLA reported.

Source: New York Post

Watch the FBI admit that it failed to investigate the tip:

Florida Gov. Rick Scott is none too pleased with the FBI and is calling for Deputy Director Christoper Wray to step down for the agency’s failure to act on the tips.

‘Seventeen innocent people are dead and acknowledging a mistake isn’t going to cut it,’ said Governor Scott .

‘We constantly promote “see something, say something,” and a courageous person did just that to the FBI. And the FBI failed to act.’

He then stated: ‘”See something, say something” is an incredibly important tool and people must have confidence in the follow through from law enforcement. The FBI Director needs to resign.’

The FBI is saying that the agency is sorry for not acting.

Because that will ease the pain of these families, right?

‘We are still investigating the facts. I am committed to getting to the bottom of what happened in this particular matter, as well as reviewing our processes for responding to information that we receive from the public. It’s up to all Americans to be vigilant, and when members of the public contact us with concerns, we must act properly and quickly,’ said Wray on Friday.

‘We have spoken with victims and families, and deeply regret the additional pain this causes all those affected by this horrific tragedy.’
Source: Daily Mail

Perhaps they could review the missed opportunities to act before the other mass shootings and see what could’ve been done to prevent those as well.

And then — here’s an idea — implement changes so this doesn’t keep happening.

Question: Did Law Enforcement Drop The Ball On Nikolas Cruz?

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We’ve all wondered for a long time, but it looks like medical science has finally determined the problem.

It’s spreading like a plague. For some reason, Liberals are losing their ever-loving minds.

Trump Derangement — and Romney Derangement before that — and Bush Derangement before that are only the tip of the iceberg.

What is driving them so berzerk?

Looks like we’ve found an answer:

A liberal walks into the hospital and asks for an X-ray of its skull. Doctors confirmed what we already feared. Here’s the sad diagnosis…

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