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Pro-charter group says de Blasio is burying school violence. Naturally, he was not. But his mother eventually relented — and through all of this, no official had managed to get Doe the kind of criminal or mental-health record it would take to make him fail a background check. As a matter of policy, the school system deliberately avoided getting police involved in student crimes: One rule allowed students to commit three misdemeanors a year before law enforcement was even an option; arrests were optional for felonies too.
Still, the police were also well aware of what was going on with Doe. They were called to his house 45 times, though some of these calls pertained to his brother. He avoided them by waiving his special-education status and the protections that come with them.
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The threats continued, and eventually he was pushed out of Marjory Stoneman Douglas without technically being expelled. He later tried to go back to Cross Creek, which could have happened quickly, but bureaucratic incompetence prevented it. A few months before the shooting, his adoptive mother, nearly 70 years old, passed away. He went to live with friends of the family. On the day of the shooting itself, even more incompetence and bad policies revealed themselves. When Doe approached the building, he walked through a gate that should have been locked.
That fire alarm, incidentally, was oversensitive and obsolete and should already have been replaced.
Most notoriously, school resource officer Scot Peterson hid outside the building the entire time rather than confronting the shooter. The shooting could have been stopped years before it started and could have played out differently. Every step of the way, officials failed.
These failures were sure to result in a catastrophe of some kind, if not necessarily a massacre. And at least when it comes to the lax discipline policies, Broward County is no exception.
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