Parkland shooting officer labelled a 'coward' receives $8,700 a month pension

Parkland shooting officer labelled a 'coward' receives $  8,700 a month pensionThe sheriff’s deputy condemned by President Donald Trump for failing to confront the shooter who killed 17 people at a high school in Florida is receiving an almost $ 9,000 monthly pension, even though he resigned following the massacre. Scot Peterson, who was a school resource officer at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland at the time of the shooting in February, was the first person to respond to the incident. Mr Peterson is receiving $ 8,702.35 a month from his pension, with the first payment having been received in April, according to the Florida Department of Management Services.

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