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John Cardillo: Counselors Urged Parkland Shooter Be Committed

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A new report reveals that officials and counselors at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School called for the Parkland shooter to be committed to an institution because of his mental instability. No one followed through on the recommendation made seventeen months before he killed teachers and students at the school. Broward County resident John Cardillo says it's even worse than local media are reporting. The mother of the killer, a psychiatrist, police and the school system all wanted him committed using the Baker Act. Instead, the school resource officer relented and he was simply expelled from the school. John says Sheriff Scott Israel must resign or be voted out of office due to incompetence and politicization of the Broward County Sheriff's Office. Originally aired on Cam & Co 03/19/18.