More patterns emerge...
All these system failures look deliberate to me.
No way any of this is deliberate (tin foil hat stuff) ... but what's clear is many systems are not in place, or extremely broken or inefficient.
People don't want to pay for systems. I'd suspect especially in a place like FL, where there is no income tax at all apparently. Systems cost money.
It's sad that people have to even think about the need for guards and protection (all of which costs money, yet another evil public servant and pensioner at each public school in a town?).
I personally am not a fan of restricting SA weapons, but see very little reason for high capacity magazines. That said, a perp who wants to do bad can rapidly reload from a backpack full of ready 10 round mags too... so while there may be some slight rationale to some semblance of one facet of gun control discussion, it doesn't solve any issue.
We already have more people incarcerated than in any other industrialized nation.
If a crazy can't get a gun, what's the next step? What will they try next? What are the statistics of school massacres in the rest of the world? Bombs? Cars? Chemicals?
Locked doors won't help, this person snuck in.
A swipe in/out may help - you can't get in without swiping in. But it's a huge bottleneck and can likely be worked around unless you're going to convert every single school in the country into a mini pentagon. Again, who wants to pay for that?
It truly is a matter of finding, tracking, and restricting the crazies, without having big brother in your life or being tracked. But that's a slippery slope towards a one strike rule.