FL Capitol Lit in Honor of Parkland Massacre

February 14, 2022 Updated 10:26 AM ET


February 14, 2022 Updated 10:25 A.M. ET

TALLAHASSEE (FCV) – February 14th marks the fourth anniversary of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Parkland massacre where 17 innocent Floridian students were killed.

Governor Ron DeSantis announced that the Capitol building in Tallahassee has been lit since Friday in honor of the students.

“The Capitol has been lit since Friday in their honor, and our prayers are with the families, loved ones, and those in the Parkland community in mourning.”

After the Parkland massacre in 2018, many pointed to lack of action from Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel for his department not properly handling the situation.

When DeSantis got into office in 2019, he removed Broward Sheriff Scott Israel on January 15, 2019.

“I have no interest in dancing on Scott Israel’s political grave … but suffice it to say the massacre might never have happened had Broward had better leadership in the sheriff’s department.”

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