Of­fi­cer rep­ri­manded for Face­book com­ment

Cop re­ferred to Parkland mas­sacre as a hoax with paid ac­tors

South Florida Sun-Sentinel Palm Beach (Sunday) - - Local - By Lisa J. Huri­ash Fort Laud­erdale Sun Sen­tinel

A con­spir­acy-the­o­rist cop has been rep­ri­manded for call­ing the Parkland school mas­sacre a hoax — and the stu­dents “paid ac­tors” in­stead of sur­vivors.

Eric­son Har­rell, a North Mi­ami Beach of­fi­cer who lives in Sun­rise, also has been or­dered to for­feit 40 hours of pay for un­be­com­ing con­duct, which means he misses out on about $1,500, ac­cord­ing to po­lice records re­leased Tues­day.

An in­ter­nal af­fairs in­ves­ti­ga­tion be­gan in April af­ter in­quir-

Walk into the “Don­ald J. Trump Pres­i­den­tial Twit­ter Li­brary” and you’re greeted by a gi­ant tweet on a white board.

“Many peo­ple have said I’m the world’s great­est writer of 140 char­ac­ter sen­tences,” reads Trump’s tweet from July 21, 2014.

Trump’s tweets from past and present are ev­ery­where in this two-story ex­hibit, a satir­i­cal ver­sion of a pres­i­den­tial li­brary and mu­seum.

“We are liv­ing through a rare mo­ment in his­tory, pos­si­bly the last mo­ment in his­tory,” a video of “The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah greets vis­i­tors. “And thanks to Twit­ter, we have un­prece­dented ac­cess into an Amer­i­can pres­i­dent’s com­pli­cated in­ner life whether we want to or not.”

Mi­ami Beach is the fifth stop of the Com­edy Cen­tral li­brary which is free and open to the pub­lic. The ex­hibit opened Fri- day morn­ing at the Emanuel Lux­ury Venue, 1723 Wash­ing­ton Ave., and its last day is to­day from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

The li­brary is a sar­cas­tic take of a mu­seum and pres­i­den­tial li­brary, show­cas­ing our Com­man­der-in-Chief’s pre­ferred ves­sel for com­mu­ni­cat­ing with the pub­lic, his Twit­ter feed.”

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