A painful and debilitating bone spur pictured earlier
Underfire Deputy, Scot Peterson, who has been widely condemned for failing to act when a crazed shooter opened fire on students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida last week, has told reporters that a painful bone spur condition prevented him from entering the building to tackle the gunman.
Speaking from outside his home, Peterson told newsmen: “As soon as I heard the opening shots, I realised time was of the essence and that I needed to get into that building to tackle the shooter without delay.
“Unfortunately, just as I was about to sprint over to the door, my bone spur began to play up and I realised at once that I couldn’t continue.
“I waited outside the building for the pain to subside so that I could swing into action but to no avail.
“I’m sorry that I was…
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