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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Says He Will Hold Government Accountable For Parkland Mass Shooting

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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis address speculation about suspending the Broward County sheriff. According to Reuters, the official may be suspended over the police response to the Parkland mass shooting. The massacre at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School resulted in 14 students and three adults dying. DeSantis said he would talk about government accountability at the sheriff’s headquarters. Other papers have cited unnamed sources saying DeSantis planed to suspend the sheriff.

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