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Monday, February 19, 2018

The Governor of Florida requests resignation of the FBI's director

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Last September, a bail bondsman named Ben Bennight denounced a disturbing message left on his YouTube platform by a user named Nikolas Cruz, who wrote: I will be a professional shooter in a school.In this instance, the FBI was not able to track and trace it. The agency said it was also evaluating what happened after it received this information.If the agents could have confirmed that Cruz was the same person who posted messages on YouTube, they would certainly have found dozens of photos of rifles, ammunition, bullet-riddled targets, and probably would have interviewed him. It is not the first time that the FBI is splashed with this type of controversy in Florida.

Both the man who massacred 49 people in an Orlando gay club and the one who killed travelers at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood Airport had been the target of investigations by federal agents, who determined they deserved no further investigation.

Scott demanded the resignation of the director of the FBI, who acknowledged that the agency did not follow up on a report received on January 5, which warned that Nikolas Cruz was planning an attack on a school. Gov. Rick Scott demanded the resignation of FBI director Christopher Wray, shortly after the official accepted that the agency passed an alert about a troubled young man in Florida obsessed with guns who had bragged about his intention to commit a massacre in a school.

In Scott's words, the failure of the FBI to take action against this killer is unacceptable. The director of the FBI must resign. For his part, Wray acknowledged that the FBI did nothing to investigate the complaint. A serious error for which he has apologized in a statement.

On January 5, 2018, a person close to unidentified Nikolas Cruz reported to a line of FBI reports that the young man had weapons, wanted to kill people, showed erratic behavior and posted violent comments on social networks. The informant also reported that the subject had the potential to commit a school shooting. For reasons that are unknown, the protocols established within the FBI to respond to these types of warnings were not complied with and the information was not followed up or reported to the FBI office in Miami. Likewise, Wray affirms that they are still investigating the facts.

The agency feels committed to getting to the bottom of what has happened in this particular issue, and also in reviewing the way they respond to information they receive from the public. Senator Marco Rubio joined the vehement criticism, urging Congress to investigate the protocols of the FBI in the face of public complaints about potential murderers. US Attorney General Jeff Sessions also criticized the agency's actions, alleging that warning signs were there and warnings to the FBI were missed. This was, in fact, the second track that the FBI received on Cruz, accused of committing the third deadliest attack in a teaching center in the United States, which killed the lives of 17 innocents last Wednesday at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, in the town of Parkland.