Wednesday, May 2, 2018


   NP: Meadow Pollack was a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School with plans to go to college when she was shot to death in the hallway on Feb. 14. Her father, Andrew Pollack, says that after Meadow was shot the first time, she crawled over to throw her arms around a cowering freshman student, before the shooter repeatedly shot her in the back, killing both girls.
    Now, Pollack has filed a wrongful-death lawsuit not just against Nikolas Cruz, the man accused of killing his daughter and 16 others that day, but against everyone the lawsuit says failed to stop him. That includes Scot Peterson, the school security officer who was widely criticized after surveillance footage revealed he did not go inside the school during the shooting rampage.
   “I’m not interested in any money,” Pollack told the Sun Sentinel. “I just want to expose what a coward [Peterson] was and that he could’ve saved everybody on the third floor. I don’t want him to go anywhere in the country and not have people recognize what a coward he is.”

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