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Friday, June 15, 2018

REPORT: MSD Coach Andrew Medina sexually harassed (2) MINOR female students, Broward School Board did not terminate

 Hunter Pollack: "What kept the Broward School Board from not firing him? "



 A security monitor who might have been able to thwart the Parkland massacre sexually harassed two female students the year before, including one who died in the shooting, family members claimed.

Andrew Medina received a three-day suspension for harassing Meadow Pollack and another teen last year at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida — even though a disciplinary panel recommended he be fired, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reported Thursday.

Hunter Pollack: (Twitter) "Here are statements My Sister and another victim gave regarding MSD Coach Andrew Medina in 2017."
(Photos) Hunter Pollack (Brother to Meadow Pollack, 1 of the 17 victims of the Parkland Massacre.)
The 39-year-old asked one of the students on a date and whispered to another, “You are fine as f—k,” a school district investigation found.One of the students’ allegations were corroborated by surveillance footage showing Medina approaching her in a hallway on Feb. 16, 2017, according to Broward County Schools investigators.“Both students became so uncomfortable with Mr. Medina’s comments and actions, they sought out different routes to their classes in an attempt to avoid him,” said the report, which was prepared by Robert Spence, a detective in the district’s Special Investigative Unit.Meadow’s brother, Hunter, and father, Andrew, confirmed that she’d been sexually harassed by Medina — but only learned so after she’d died in the Feb. 14 mass shooting.“If this had been brought to my attention back then, he would have never been at the school” the day of the shootings, Andrew told the newspaper.The father and son said Medina called Meadow “beautiful and sweetheart” and that he threatened her boyfriend when he confronted Medina.Andrew added that Medina, who worked as an unarmed security monitor at the school, “should have been fired a long time ago.”
Even though a disciplinary panel recommended he be fired, the Broward Country School Board did not terminate Mr. Medina. 


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