Retired Secret Service agent pointed out security vulnerabilities at Stoneman Douglas Months Before Massacre

Steve Wexler, a Retired Secret Service agent and father of former Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students, pointed out unlocked gates, unlocked doors and no identification badges for students to school administration two months before the massacre. ~ NRA, Twitter

If these security deficiencies were so obvious and pointed out before the shooting occurred, was there not enough time to take action? Some of these things that were pointed out seem to have immediate remedies available. What was the cause for delay and which ones of these did the shooter use to carry out his terrible deeds? This little article raises more questions than it answeres. 

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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — A retired Secret Service agent pointed out security vulnerabilities at a Florida high school two months before a gunman killed 17 people there.

The Sun Sentinel of South Florida reports that retired agent Steve Wexler pointed out unlocked gates, unlocked doors and no identification badges for students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

Wexler’s children had graduated from the high school and he spoke regularly to classes about law enforcement. He had previously offered to make security recommendations, and he was asked to conduct a “site survey” of the campus last December.

Accompanied by an assistant principal, Wexler walked through the school with Post-it notes numbered 1 through 20. He handed them out to staffers or stuck them to desks and doorknobs to point out their vulnerabilities……

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Ex-Secret Service agent saw security flaws at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School before massacre

 

 

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