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Broward County deputy who failed to act begins receiving huge pension — and people are not happy

The Broward County Sheriff’s deputy stationed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, who failed to act and engage the killer while the February massacre was ongoing, has begun receiving a massive pension now that he is retired.
What are the details?
According to the Sun-Sentinel, Scot Peterson, the school resource officer assigned to MSD, began receiving his monthly pension of $8,702.35 in April.
More from the Sun-Sentinel:
The 55-year-old Peterson, a Broward deputy for 32 years, was paid $101,879.03 last year — $75,673.72 in base salary plus overtime and other compensation, according to sheriff’s office records. Until the shooting, he was considered a trusted school resource officer at Stoneman Douglas, according to annual reviews of his performance.
Peterson’s pension rate is calculated by his number of years in service and the average of his five highest-paid years. However, the figure does not reflect fringe benefits, such as Peterson’s state-provided health insurance coverage.
Peterson gained national infamy

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