Parkland parents outraged over Broward school district’s demand for their psychiatric records.
Parents of kids who died in the Stoneman Douglass massacre are outraged over demands from the Broward School District that they turn over their psychiatric records to prove their mental anguish as a part of lawsuits.
At least a dozen families have objected to demands for the records, which the school district says it “recognizes the sensitive nature of,” but insists are necessary, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported Wednesday.
Fred Guttenberg, whose daughter was murdered in the mass shooting, said Wednesday he would never turn over such records and called for Broward Schools Superintendent Robert Runcie to resign.
“UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL THEY EVER GET HANDS ON MY FAMILIES MEDICAL RECORDS,” Guttenberg tweeted. “Let me be clear, I visit my daughter at the cemetery because of the failures of Superintendent [Robert Runcie] & those he put in charge. My family missed her high school years at a