‘Broward Coward’ Cop Is Getting a Monthly Pension of $8,702

One of the most heartbreakingly frustrating details to be reported about the February 14th shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida was how the Broward County Sheriff deputy Scot Peterson, the school resource officer assigned to that campus, remained outside the building during the entire shooting and never attempted to intervene. After the shooting, Peterson was suspended without pay by Broward Sheriff Scott Israel and then resigned.
To add insult to injury — or, in this case, to add insult to seventeen murders — Peterson started collecting a monthly pension of $8,702.35 last month, according to the Sun Sentinel, which works out to a six-figure annual income.
The Sun Sentinel further reported that Peterson will be entitled to these payments for life. The pension was calculated based on the thirty-two years he spent with the Broward Sheriff’s Office and is based on an average of his five highest-paid years. On top

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