Deputy fired after Parkland reinstated. With back pay! With No Shock To Anyone


A Florida sheriff’s deputy, whose inaction during a school shooting that left 17 dead led to his firing, has been reinstated with back pay by an arbitrator due to a technicality.

Broward County Sheriff’s Deputy Josh Stambaugh, who was fired for cowering behind his truck during the 2018 massacre, is now the second deputy fired following the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School recommended for reinstatement, the Sun Sentinel reported.

Stambaugh, who drove away from the chaotic shooting scene, was recommended for reinstatement because the arbitrator ruled that Broward County Sheriff Gregory Tony missed a deadline for the deputy’s dismissal, The Associated Press reported.


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