Friday, May 25, 2018

Broward County Sheriff Israel's Own Son Sexually Assaulted Male At Parkland in 2014. Deputy Peterson Covered It UP.

Back in March 2018, I told you there were rumors that Hillary Clinton and Broward County's Debby Wasserman Schultz covered up the fact that Sheriff Scott Israel got a 17 year old girl pregnant at Parkland in 2012 and helped her get an abortion. It gets worse. Turns out Sheriff Israel's own son also perpetrated a SEXUAL assault on another MALE Parkland student in 2014 and School Resource Officer Peterson covered it up.
A local Miami news station released an explosive report about a "disturbing assault" that happened at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School four years ago, in 2014, to the day before the tragic shooting in February. The incident involved one of the sons of Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel and was allegedly "covered up" by Officer Scot Peterson, the resource officer who infamously failed to confront the Parkland shooter.
WPLG Local 10 investigative reporter Bob Norman reported Thursday that two 17-year-old students at the school bullied a 14-year-old freshman boy, with one of the 17-year-olds holding down the student while the other 17-year-old kicked the victim, grabbed his genitals, and then grabbed the victim's own baseball bat and began shoving it against his buttocks "simulating rape" through the boy's clothes.
The father of a survivor of the Parkland school shooting, Royer Borges, called for an investigation into the alleged incident last week.
In a statement issued through his Fort Lauderdale attorney's office, Royer Borges said that a then 17-year-old son of the sheriff was involved in an incident with former Deputy Scot Peterson, the former Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School resource officer. Peterson was the resource officer who failed to enter the high school as a gunman gunned down students and staff inside, leaving 17 dead and others injured.
The sheriff's son and another boy received a three-day suspension as a result of the 2014 incident in what the police report described as a simple battery. Borges said that the prior case involved a "young man who was sexually assaulted."
"Now I ask you: If this wouldn't have been the sheriff's son, would a sexual assault have been reduced to a simple battery?" Borges asked in his statement. "Was deputy Peterson allowed to retire with his pension because he protected Sheriff Israel's son from having a felony arrest? These are the questions that I and I'm sure many people from this county want answered."

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What else don't we know??

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