BROWARD COUNTY TO MAKE GUN LAWS AND ELECTION ISSUE
Feb 16, 2018
By Andy Johnson
Officials in Broward County, Florida, plan to plan to make this week’s high school massacre an election issue. Sheriff Scott Israel telling a memorial for the 17 killed this week at a county high school, that unless changes are made to gun laws, elected officials will not be re-elected.
Sheriff Israel says it took just six minutes for the gunman to enter the high school shoot more than two dozen people and kill 17 of them.
19-year-old Nikolas Cruz is charged with 17 counts of premeditated murder after apparently confessing to the shooting. He’s been ordered held without bond.