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Judge to decide if Florida school shooting video will be made public




PARKLAND, Fla. (WPEC) - A judge will review security video on Friday that shows the outside of Stoneman Douglas High School on the day of the Valentine’s Day shooting.

He will then decide if that footage should be made public.

During a hearing on Thursday, the school’s assistant principal told the judge he is worried that the video footage would expose their security system’s blind spots and that people would know where they could go on the campus without being recorded.

The video in question does not show anyone firing a weapon or getting hurt but it could shed new light on how the school’s resource officer responded during the shooting.

If the judge decides to release the footage, he would put a 48-hour stay on the order giving the sheriff's office and school district a chance to file an appeal.

No word on when exactly he will make his decision.

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