Thursday the Broward County Sheriff’s office released a 27-minute surveillance video of outdoor footage from the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida last month.

The video clearly shows deputy Scot Peterson pacing outside of the building, but never going inside to confront the shooter, while 17 innocent victims were being slain inside. Peterson resigned after being suspended without pay from the Broward County Sheriff’s Department for his failure to take action.

“The video speaks for itself. His actions were enough to warrant an internal affairs investigation, as requested by Sheriff Scott Israel on Feb. 21,” the sheriff’s department said in a statement about Peterson.

The Sun-Sentinel reported Thursday: The videos were made available in response to a lawsuit from the South Florida Sun Sentinel, the Miami Herald and CNN against the Broward Sheriff’s Office and the School Board of Broward County.

The media organizations said the public had a right to see the videos under Florida’s public record law.

A Broward circuit judge on Monday authorized the release of the videos.

The Hill noted: Law enforcement on multiple levels have come under fire for the response to the shooting, which took the lives of 17 people. 

Broward County police and the FBI were reportedly warned that the suspected shooter, 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz, could pose a threat prior to the shooting. Cruz was able to legally purchase the AR-15 rifle he used in the shooting, one year before. 

Below is the full video just released by the Broward County Sheriff’s Department: