Broward County Sheriff Dept Releases Report On Kashuv Interrogation

Kyle Kashuv is almost an anomaly. A pro second amendment Parkland Kid. He must have been partially homeschooled as Hogg and Gonzalez don’t seem to understand the right to bear arms or the need for it.

Kyle Kashuv was recently singled out because of his belief in the Second Amendment. He was interrogated for spending the day at the gun range with his Dad.

Now the Broward County Sheriff Department has released their report on the incident.

“On April 23, 2018 I was approached by the school security supervisor Mr. Greenleaf regarding a student that posted a video on social media of himself shooting a riffle. There were students concerned about the video.

The student was Kyle Kashuv w/m [birth date]. He was asked about the video and he stated the riffle [sic] was a friend of his [sic]. He stated he went shooting with his dad and he took a video and posted it on social media. He said he didn’t threaten anyone.

Kyle mother [name redacted] was contacted and she said she knew about the video and she confirmed Kyle statement about going with his dad to the gun range. She stated he’s a good kid and wouldn’t hurt anyone.

The video was taken down prior to the meeting.”

Captured from Twitter

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Kyle responded to this report. He is still outraged over the incident.

This police report shows how incompetent the Cowards of Broward are and how unjustified this interrogation was. They can’t spell “rifle” properly, calling it a “riffle” TWICE, they used my dad’s name for my mom, they practically admit they hadn’t bothered to read the Tweet, yet they had no problem using vicious interrogation tactics on a minor.

This is why I went to the range because I need to learn how to protect myself because my area’s law enforcement is systematically incompetent. Honestly, their attempt to silence me in this incident was an epic fail and actually did the polar opposite, so I wanted to thank the Cowards of Broward for strengthening my love for 2A.”

It’s too bad the rest of the Parkland Kids don’t feel this way about the Second Amendment.

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