Another grieving dad, Max Schachter, who lost his 14-year-old son, Alex, said he doesnt really care to hear that [Peterson] is having a difficult time.
He did nothing. He stood outside. He knew the guy was inside killing our kids. Its all crap.
He could have been shot. He could have been KILLED! That would have been very bad.
Article tries to sanitize things by not stating that there were stand down orders.
Peterson should be asked “You claim you initially thought the shooting was outside the school building. What steps did you then take to find the outdoor shooter and neutralize him before he entered the school to shoot the occupants?”.
It sounds like some of these parents are convinced their child would be alive today if only this guy had run in and gotten himself killed. I don’t mean to sound harsh, but having somebody to blame sometimes helps.
This guy did not do himself any favors with this pathetic interview. He almost looks like he’s smirking the whole time.
But Hogg says it was the NRA. I still have no definitive idea what Hogg was actually doing that day just as the POS coward was letting kids be slaughtered.
When seconds count, the government watches the clock.
Let’s see...he’s being trotted out as a victim by the comPost and FakeNews-NBC. Why is it that I immediately suspect more elitist circling of the wagons?
He was just waking up from his donut coma
[I was there to protect those kids]
Which is why I stayed outside and told others to stay back 500 feet.
There’s an old adage about the wisdom of keeping your trap shut that ol’ Scot should bone up on.
I wondered when I was young what I would do under pressure; I think all boys wonder. I found out at age 22 on a submarine experiencing a fairly big fire - I headed straight for the fire and was (to my shock) the senior officer present until the fire was out. I have faced several other dangerous situations, but I never wondered again. I know the answer, and it’s always the same. I will face danger if that’s my job/responsibility, including when firearms are involved.
The flip side of that question was my first encounter with union goons. I was undersized and underage (needed school permission to work a job) for my job and had not joined the union. On a technicality, I thought I could avoid that wasted expenses. Two very big union thugs “enlightened” me. They gave me a clear choice: join the union, quit, or broken bones. I quit the job minutes later. I don’t run into a fight I can’t win, but those goons motivated me to make sure I could win the next time around. I practiced, trained, and learned. I can handle most threats.
In the military, he would have been sent to Leavenworth for cowardice or hung. Either would have worked for me.
An honorable man would have sucked a pistol by now.
We know... you had ONE job...
One of the worst curses to bear is the label of cowardice.
I wonder if his $8600/month pension helps him sleep better at night?