Kyle Kashuv questioned by BCSO

| April 25, 2018 | 57 Comments

Apparently, the Broward County Sheriff’s office has found someone they don’t mind talking to down there. Kyle Kashuv was one of the students at Parkland on Valetine’s Day, but he came away from the experience as a supporter of the Second Amendment, unlike those we see most ofter on the media.

He went to the local firing range recently and posted pictures of himself. The next day he was interrogated at school, according to the Sun-Sentinel;

“It was a clear attempt to intimidate me, and they used very, very, very harsh intimidation tactics,” Kashuv said.

After first being questioned by a school security officer, a Broward County deputy entered the room and sat behind the teen, Kashuv said. The deputy began asking Kashuv who the rifle belonged to and who he went shooting with. Kashuv said he asked if he could record the interview and was told he couldn’t. The teen said he felt like the deputy was trying to get him to incriminate his father.

The Broward County School District got involved after hearing safety concerns from some parents and students, district spokeswoman Nadine Drew said.

“District staff and school administrators looked into this matter and following a review, determined the tweet messages to be non-threatening,” Drew said in a statement. “In addition, school administrators did talk with the student.”

If only the BCSO had been diligent in the matter of the actual gunman. But, like I’ve always said, it’s much easier to squeeze the law abiding public than it is to actually do something that might prevent crime. Like the TSA searching for terrorists among blue-haired old ladies.

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  1. Ex-PH2 says:

    It’s always easier to act after the fact, than it is to take precautionary measures, isn’t it?

  2. AW1Ed says:

    I think another rendition of “The Rodeo Song” is in order here. With feeling. Especially the “one balled man” part.

    NSFW lyrics, you have been warned.

  3. Jeff LPH 3, 63-66 says:

    I think the young man was on tucker Carlson last night.

  4. OldManchu says:

    Did the SO question him from behind a bush?

    • UpNorth says:

      No, but it is reported, by Kashov, that he did stand behind the chair he was seated in, in the locked office.
      These Broward Cowards are amazing, when they have a 16 year old outnumbered 3 to 1.

  5. Mick says:

    It’d be interesting to know if David Hogg had anything to do with this.

    It wouldn’t be surprising at all to find out that that smug little shit Hogg might now be focusing his ‘wrath’ on Kyle Kashuv down there at Parkland, being that Kyle didn’t buy into Hogg’s line of hysterical leftist bullshit and didn’t jump on Hogg’s armband-wearing fascist youth anti-gun bandwagon.

    • AW1Ed says:

      Doubtful, but Hogg’s handlers are clearly in play here.

      Where were these two worthy’s when shots were being fired at school kids? Disgusting.

      • rgr769 says:

        Well, one of their predecessor SRO’s was cowering behind a concrete wall when the shooting was going on and two Coward Brounty Sheriff’s deputies who initially responded were cowering behind their patrol cars. What wasn’t mentioned in the Tucker clip was in addition to the officer telling him “Don’t get snappy with me,” the officer (who wasn’t a survivor of the shooting) said, “Don’t you remember what happened here,” like that was some kind of justification for giving him the 3rd degree.

      • E4 Mafia For Life. says:

        David Hogg has been handled too many times.
        First by Jared from Subway, then by Harvey Weinstein, Bill Cosby and Rosie O’Donald.

  6. Atkron says:

    I’ve been following Kyle on Twitter for awhile now. Last night one of his Teachers got into a pissing match with Montel Williams, because this hippie fuck went all David Hogg on Kyle.

    At one point in one of his replies he tried to quantify his position by stating that he had two guns, but has never showed them on social media.

    1) I don’t believe the little milquetoast has ever handled a firearm, if ever a cap gun.

    2) I replied that saying you own a firearm is somewhat akin to saying you have black friends.

    The thing is, these security and deputies interrogated Kyle for an hour or so…without his parents being notified or being present.

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      Was he Mirandized? If not, why not? Was he suspected of a crime? What was the purpose of this interrogation, and why were his parents not notified?

      I think the parents should sue the pants off the school district and the Coward County Sheriff’s Dept. as well. They are both screwups in every way, and sometimes, the only way to get it to stop is to drag them through the embarrassment of asking them why they refused to do anything about the Feb. 14 shooter when there was plenty of warning. The bigger the stink, the better in this case.

    • Atkron says:

      Apparently the school district told this Teacher that he can no longer contact Kyle over Twitter. So, the dickhead goes on a rant in one of his classes comparing Kyle, who happens to be a descendant of a Death Camp survivor of being Hitler.

      That school district needs an enema almost as bad as the Sheriff’s Office.

  7. nobunny says:

    Is he a minor? Law enforcement types, isn’t questioning a minor without a parent strictly verboten?

    • Jon The Mechanic says:

      It is allowed if you are pushing the anti gun agenda of the left wing.
      The ACLU said so.

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      “…but the joke’s on those who believe the system is fair”

      From “Teacher Teacher” by 38 Special

    • Mason says:

      If they ask for a parent or lawyer, then it’s hands off. However, it’s sort of a best judgement grey area. Are they old enough and mature enough to understand their rights? If yes, then questioning them wouldn’t be a problem until they request a parent.

      I don’t see how the school or the LEOs there had any reason to question him at all. His Twitter profile is public. So if there were complaints about it, anyone would be able to see what cause these “concerns”. It is very obviously not school related and not of a threatening nature. So they could have cleared this up without even talking to him.

      Now having a talk, a mentoring session, with him would be more appropriate. Even that I wouldn’t do. He was doing nothing wrong.

    • OWB says:

      The school may be able to give permission, hence the reason he was not taken out of the school for the grilling.

  8. 26Limabeans says:

    His rifle has one of those picadilly rail things and that scared the poor little darlings.
    Kid should post more photos showing his score.
    Make it a regular feature.

  9. SFC D says:

    I’m thinking Kyle’s dad might end up owning a large chunk of the school district.

    • UpNorth says:

      I hope he does. That asshole Superintendent needs to go, along with Sheriff Israel. And both the district and the Coward Brounty Sheriff’s Dept need to have a healthy chunk of cash removed from their budgets.

  10. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    It appears that the COWARD County FL SO is about as brave and competent as the TSA.

  11. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    First, fuque ewe Greg Pittman, teacher of Hiostory at Parkland. You are a miserable sucker of the cock. Second, what are the names of the school security officer and the Gestapo agent? They both should be named. All it would have taken was the newspaper’s reporter to ask. The wrong people are being protected here, in Coward county.

    • 2/17 Air Cav says:

      What pisses me off about this teacher, Greg Pittman, is that he dismissed this kid as an attention whore. But when it comes to the Hollywood and media starlet, David Hogg, well, that’s different. Right. One kid wants to erase the 2nd A and the other to preserve it and the villain is the latter. Screw you, Pittman.

    • Bill R. says:

      First, fuque ewe Greg Pittman, teacher of History at Parkland.

      Pretty ironic I’d say. A teacher of history does not understand the importance of the Second Amendment.

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      Add me to the list of those sending a big PHU-Q to Greg Pittman. I said it that way because leftists like Greg Pittman do not usually have even remotely sophisticated comprehension.

      • 2/17 Air Cav says:

        Pittman is in the news. BTW, a pic of him looks like an older D. Hogg or Southpark’s Mr. Garrison. It is reported that with Kyle absent from school, Pittman made reference to him and Hitler and launched into a tirade or, as one student put it, a hatefest directed at Kyle. Kyle took exception to the Hitler reference and pointed out that it is especially egregious sine his family arrived here from Israel not too long ago.

  12. FatCircles0311 says:

    Sounds like lawsuit time. Interrogation of a minor. Harassment. I’m sure other things. There was no crime committed or reported. Just the school and the police busing their authority in an attempt to intimidate and fish for self incrimination.

    This is what tyranny looks like.

    • OldSoldier54 says:

      So it is.

    • rgr769 says:

      “Harassment,” contrary to erroneous popular belief, is not a cause of action. Although the officers’ behavior may be intentional (or negligent) infliction of emotional distress, which may afford a basis for a civil suit. But since conservatives are generally not snowflakes or hothouse flowers, a lawsuit is unlikely.

  13. USAFRetired says:

    I’ve got kids in grade school.

    I think we’ll have a little training on this type occurrence.

    Question: Am I under arrest?

    Answer: Yes

    Response: I’d like my lawyer and parents called, I have nothing further to say.

    Answer: No

    Response: I’d like my father present before we continue this conversation.

    As an aside if my kids have done something wrong, they will be held responsible.

    One of my rules from my time in the AF. No one gives my people shit but me.

    A corollary is no one gets to give my kids grief but me.

  14. The Other Whitey says:

    The Cowards of Broward can’t be bothered to deal with a documented violent individual making specific threats, hide in the parking lot while children are murdered, but faced with a smart, law-abiding kid who threatens nobody? They swing their tiny little dicks like a sledgehammer.

    The Kashuv family should sue the shit out of BCSO and the school for harassment.

  15. USMC Steve says:

    If the BCSO was an actual cop, this sounds very like an illegal custodial interrogation. If done without reading the kid his rights, another civil rights violation. Kashuv should have refused to cooperate and told him nothing at all, and demanded both parents and a lawyer.
    Then asked for the cop’s name for the future law suit.

    • 2/17 Air Cav says:

      It’s an interesting situation, as I see it. In effect, the kid was not free to leave because he was called into the office by a school administrator. The administrator, arguably, wa serving as a proxy LEO, and the kid likely believed that he was not free to either disregard the call to the office or to leave whenever he liked.

  16. Bill R. says:

    BCSO releases incident report on Kyle. Man, I ordinarily support cops unless they prove they’re not worthy of it but these clowns are barely literate.

    • Ex-PH2 says:


      Isn’t a ‘riffle’ something that you see on the surface of calm water, when a light breeze springs up?

      No use of proper punctuation, not one indication that Kyle Kashuv had actually done anything wrong. Over-reacting to something in which there is no threat is now what I’d expect from these moronic, bad excuses for LEOs.

      I wish Kashuv well in this. He’s done nothing wrong. Maybe I should post a video of how to smash eggs and potatoes with a 9-inch cast iron skillet and send it to the Coward County Sheriff’s Office. What a bunch of douchebags.

  17. EODJay says:

    Coward County SO’s Facebook page has been getting hammered since the shooting and it has picked up new steam since they pulled the Gestapo tactics on Kyle. They delete many comments but there are so many being made they can’t keep up. It’s good to see that so many people are disgusted with them and not afraid to make it known.

  18. Docduracoat says:

    When they asked him “don’t you remember what happened here?”
    The answer is “ the armed officer assigned to protect us ran away from a killer”

  19. AW1Ed says:

    No Confidence Vote

    CNN Link

    Broward County, Florida, Sheriff Scott Israel received a largely symbolic vote of no confidence on Friday from the Broward Sheriff’s Office Deputies Association, with the union vowing to ask Gov. Rick Scott to remove him from office, according to union President Jeff Bell. The vote was 534-94. Bell said it was his union’s first vote of no confidence against a sheriff.

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