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The deputy sheriff of the county where the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting occurred demanded transparency from the higher-ups in his department, in a "Story" exclusive report.

Broward County Deputy Sheriff Jeff Bell told Martha MacCallum that call logs presented to him by Fox News "appear to be authentic."

MacCallum reported that, at 2:21 p.m. on the day of the massacre, the shooting began.

By 2:28 the gunfire stopped, and at 2:32, a "form a perimeter" command was given by law enforcement.

By the time the S.W.A.T. team entered the school at 2:47, suspect Nikolas Cruz was already on his way to purchase a beverage at a fast food restaurant - which he did around 2:50 p.m.

MacCallum asked Bell why police did not instantly run into the high school and were instead instructed to "stage" outside.

Bell said the call logs show a code "17-S-1" - which he said meant that the designated police captain for Parkland, Fla. gave that command.

He said his union is prepared to order "total transparency from [Sheriff Scott Israel] and the sheriff's office."

Bell said in addition that transparency must be swift in order to stop his rank-and-file officers from bearing the brunt of derogatory comments from the public, which he said often include accusations of cowardice.

He said the order to release the 911 tapes and any applicable videotape must "come from the top" by rule.

Bell said "political posturing" in the aftermath of the shooting allowed the issue of prosecuting the suspect and providing aid to the community to be lost in the shuffle.

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