"There is blood on many people's hands", the source claimed.
The comments come just days after Nugent said the students are "mushy brained children" and have "no soul" on another radio program, the conservative and nationally syndicated Joe Pags Show.
"Feminine hygiene products that we need, that we have to carry with us, we can't choose to be on our menstrual or not".
Many students from Stoneman Douglas have deftly harnessed social media to criticize and call for change in US gun policy since the massacre, using it to organize the "March for Our Lives", where hundreds of thousands of people demonstrated in support of legislation restricting access to guns.
"The process will be very similar to when you enter a sporting event, concert, or even Disney World". "Unless y are anti-bullets, I do not feel much safer", tweeted Cameron Kasky, one of most visible students in Parkland group who has launched movement against weapons never again.
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Metal detectors and metal detecting wands are not now in place on campus, but their use is being considered.
Students, now required to wear ID badges around their necks at all times, are being allowed inside through four monitored gates before school starts, and through just one entry point after the bell rings.
Security has been bolstered by additional sheriff's deputies since the school reopened two weeks after the February 14 shooting.
"I feel like the police there is helping us a little, but it's too overwhelming", Sutton said.
"It is very hard to balance both convenience/privacy with safety/security; if there is more of one, the other often suffers, but I will do my best to balance the two", he wrote. This new rule is part of added security protocols at the high school, as outlined by the school district's superintendent Robert W. Runcie in a letter sent out on March 21.
During the protest in Washington, Parkland student and shooting survivor Emma Gonzalez took to the podium to read out the names of the staff members and students who were gunned down on Valentine's Day and stayed silent on stage for six minutes ad 20 seconds, the exact amount of time it took them to be killed. The bags were donated to the school by Walmart and the Broward Education Foundation, the Sun-Sentinel newspaper reported.