Kyle Kashuv, the pro-2A student who survived the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, went to a range for the first time this weekend with his father. He shared photos and comments on social media of his first day on a range.
At school today, he was summoned to the office of the Broward Sheriff school resource officer, where, according to Kashuv, he was interrogated and intimidated by multiple deputies regarding his activities at the range this weekend.
Quoting Kashuv from the article:
I was treated like a criminal for no reason other than having gone to the gun range and posted on social media about it.
The last paragraph of Dan Zimmerman's "The Truth About Guns" website article hit the nail on the head:
If any of Sheriff Scott Israel’s disinterested deputies had spent half as much time investigating Nikolas Cruz’s extra-curricular activities — a student with a long and demonstrated history of violence and criminal behavior on the Douglas High campus — who knows how many lives might have been saved?