Cop who hid while kids were murdered was reinstated with full back pay


This is a crazy and shocking story. A fired Parkland BSO deputy was given his job back with full pay, according to the Miami Herald. If you remember, the shooting of 17 children and staff in Parkland exposed cowardly and incompetent school safety officers.

One of them was Sgt. Brian Miller who was fired for “neglect of duty.”

He was reinstated to his position in which he failed miserably and given full back pay.

Miller, 57, was paid $138,410.25 in 2017, according to the Sun-Sentinel. The BSO veteran had challenged the decision with union backing. An arbitration ruling found “BSO violated Sgt. Brian Miller’s constitutional due process rights and improperly terminated him,” the union said.

This is where union behavior becomes repugnant.

As Nicolas Cruz rampaged through the school murdering people, according to a report by the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Public Safety Commission, which investigated the shootings, Miller was the first supervisor to respond; he arrived as shots were being fired. He hid behind his police cruiser and did not radio in for 10 minutes.

Survivor Kyle Kashuv was irate:

Mr. Pollack, who lost his daughter, called it a slap in the face:

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