Each day since the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, more revelations emerge about agencies that were warned about Nikolas Cruz but failed to act. Most recently: the Broward Sheriff’s Office.
The sheriff’s office received at least two calls from people concerned that Nikolas Cruz would shoot up a school. But deputies brushed them off.
On Nov. 30, about two and a half months before Cruz killed 17 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, someone called the sheriff’s office saying Cruz “could be a school shooter in the making.”
And two years earlier, in February 2016, a tipster told the sheriff’s office “Nikolas Cruz planned to shoot up the school.” He’d only started...