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The Florida Senate voted on Wednesday in favour of permanently exposed to displace, to shoot Broward Sheriff Scott Israel over its officials’ reaction to the crowd, which killed 17 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in 2018.
The GOP-controlled state Senate voted 25-15 in favor of Israel is permanently remove.
BROTHER OF THE SLAIN PARKLAND STUDENT CALLS OUT THE SENATORS WHO VOTED FOR IT, THE DISGUSTED AGAIN AM SETTING TO THE SHERIFF: “I’
“I hope this result provides some relief for the Park, families were persistent accountability,” Gov. Ron DeSantis followed, a Republican, said in a statement after the vote.
All five state senators Broward County represented voted for Israel to remain in office, the said parents of the victim, you are viewed as an act of treason.
“It was very difficult to observe. She cried with us. You may have even seen, my child is dead, and so it was very difficult, and I know, the Broward County voters to watch,” Lori Alhadeff, whose daughter Alyssa was killed in the school, and since then was elected to the Broward School Board, said the Sun-Sentinel.
THE FATHER OF THE PARKLAND SHOOTING VICTIM SPEAKS OUT AGAINST SHERIFF IS TRYING TO BE REINSTATED: “NO INTEGRITY AT ALL
The chamber-wide vote Wednesday upheld an initial decision by the Senate rules Committee Monday. The four Broward County senators on the Committee voted in favour of the sheriff, whereupon the families of many of the Parkland victims, the insistence of the offices of state senators argue to displace you permanently, the sheriff, as the vote came to the floor.
State, Sr., Perry Thurston told fellow Democratic Senate lawmakers earlier on Wednesday that “if I were a parent, would I want revenge”, but claiming that “95 percent of Broward County feels differently about the attempt to remove the sheriff.”
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Another Broward County democratic senator Gary Farmer, told the Sun-Sentinel, emotions should not be more important than the rule of law in Israel.
“Because of the terrible and gruesome nature of the event, it is easy to be moved by the emotion and ask the parents who still mourn, and who always will be mourning the loss of their children,” Bauer said. “We are a country founded on the rule of law. We can’t base our decision on emotion.”
Israel was originally suspended in January by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, about the “repeated mistakes, incompetence and neglect of duty,” in relation to the Parkland school shooting in 2018, and the Fort Lauderdale International airport-shooting in 2017.
Fox News’ Nick Givas contributed to this report.