Former sheriff's deputy Scot Peterson speaks out about Florida school shooting
10:23 AM, Jun 4, 2018
10:58 AM, Jun 4, 2018
SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) — The former sheriff's deputy who has been widely criticized for his actions during a mass shooting that left 17 dead at a Florida high school will break his silence during a two-part interview on NBC's "Today Show."
The segment will air Tuesday morning. NBC says in a news release that anchor Savannah Guthrie asked Scot Peterson if he would acknowledge that "he missed it" by standing outside the building as a gunman fired an AR-15 assault-style rifle into classrooms. Peterson tells Guthrie he "lives with that."