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Parkland school resource officer decried as coward gets princely pension of $8,702 a month

Parkland school resource officer decried as coward gets princely pension of $8,702 a month



2018-05-16T18:00:39+0000

President Donald J. Trump called him a coward, adding that he "doesn't love the children." The officer received his first monthly check of $8,702.35 in April.





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