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Parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz was referred to a controversial Broward School District discipline program known as PROMISE — which he never completed, newly released documents show.

Despite repeated denials in the months following the tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Superintendent Robert Runcie tweeted Monday morning that “additional information” would be revealed as part of an independent review underway.

The article goes on to state the following:

Broward School District issued a clarifying statement, explaining Runcie was correct in his earlier assertions, as Cruz was not in PROMISE during high school, but rather was referred while in middle school, and ultimately did not complete the program for reasons that are still unclear.

“Late Friday evening, after diligently analyzing data from multiple sources and systems, we confirmed that while attending Westglades Middle School in 2013, there was a disciplinary infraction (“Vandalism/Destruction of Property less than $1,000” offense on November 25, 2013, in a bathroom at Westglades Middle School), that could have been a PROMISE eligible offense,” the district said. “However, while our records indicate that Cruz underwent an intake interview/process at Pine Ridge on November 26, 2013, it does not appear that Cruz completed the recommended three-day assignment/placement.”

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