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Last week, DML News CEO Dennis Michael Lynch interviewed Kenneth Preston, a student within the Broward County school system in Florida, who has conducted extensive research on his school district, following the mass shooting at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland on February 14.

Preston has discovered that in 2014, the school district was given over $100 million to be used for school safety, but over three years later, they have only used a little over 5 percent of it. He is planning to expose his complete report at a public school board meeting on April 10.

DML said after interviewing Preston:

Having read his eye-opening report, it is my opinion that every parent in Broward County should attend the school board meeting on April 10. If the media is looking for a jaw-dropping story that assigns some of the blame for 17 murders being carried out by a sick individual, then trust me when I say Preston holds it in his hand.

Preston sent a press release to DML News on Thursday about his report at the upcoming school board meeting, which includes the following:

Over the course of the last month, local High School Senior Kenneth Preston has interviewed dozens of experts and witnesses while collecting evidence as part of an investigation into potential misconduct by the Broward County School Board and Superintendent. Upon completion, he presented the contents of his report to families of victims, survivors and Broward officials. On April 10, a number of those families and survivors will attend the Broward School Board meeting to witness the presentation of this evidence and demand answers. Mr. Preston will hold a press conference alongside families to inform the public of the report and allow parents to voice their concerns.

The announcement states that the report includes the following information:

  1. Evidence that over $100,000,000 allocated to Broward County specifically for school safety in 2014 has been mismanaged after it was discovered only 5% has been spent.
  2. Evidence of dangers posed to student safety by the school discipline matrixes and programs such as PROMISE and the Behavior Intervention Program.

PROMISE is an Obama-era “no-arrest policy” school discipline program that has been reported as what allowed Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz to avoid arrest for previous incidents, prior to the mass shooting he committed on February 14.

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