Published: Sun, February 18, 2018
Health | By Jay Jacobs

White nationalist appears to disavow connection with shooter

White nationalist appears to disavow connection with shooter

And parents and classmates were left to cope with the aftermath of the shooting.

Former classmates have described Cruz as a social outcast with a reputation as a trouble-maker, as well as someone who was " insane about guns".

Sunrise Tactical, the gun store in Coral Springs, Florida, that sold a gun to Nikolas Cruz. Lauderdale, Fla., on Thursday.

"The FBI's failure to take action against this killer is unacceptable", Scott, a Republican loyal to Donald Trump, said in a statement.

The more than 1,700 high school JROTC programs nationally also receive financial support from the United States military and are typically supervised by retired officers from the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines. Police told Galvano that it was not that hard to open the windows.

The sheriff also clarified that Cruz never had a gas mask or smoke grenades during Wednesday's attack, but he did a balaclava or mask with eye slits. "Then I'll figure out what I'll do tomorrow, and the next day".

As he was leaving the building, he saw four dead students and one dead teacher. "The teacher locked the door and turned off the light". We don't allow private citizens to own surface-to-air missiles capable of downing an airliner, so why do we let them own assault rifles designed not to shoot targets or game but to kill human beings in large numbers? "We're going to take the love that we lost on Wednesday and we're going to spread that over the next days, weeks months and even years", he said.

SWAT teams were soon on the scene, evacuating students from the building.

Lynda Cruz called police to their home on January 15, 2013, records show.

"It was pretty chaotic, to be honest", Broward County Mayor Beam Furr told Morning Edition on Thursday.

The wounded were taken to three hospitals in the area. He said the campus is at least 45 acres.

One of Walker's main points in response to the Parkland shooting is taking a look at the Wisconsin mental health system.

"I wanna shoot people with my AR-15", said one. Among them is a handmade book from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.

Cruz was charged with 17 counts of premeditated murder after the Valentine's Day massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

Yet it remains unclear how far up the red flags were seen.

A person close to the accused called the FBI's public tipline and informed the agency about his gun ownership and a possible desire to kill. He added, "No other information was included with that comment which would indicate a time location or the true identity of the person who made the comment".

Rick Scott is now calling on the Federal Bureau of Investigation director to resign because of this snafu.

Flower Mound police said officers arrested a 16-year-old at Marcus High School Friday after officers found a small-caliber handgun in his backpack. But he made no mention of gun control - meaning he might as well have said nothing at all. The agency concluded that Cruz had not been mistreated by his mother, was receiving adequate care from a mental health counselor and was attending school. He said he plans to travel to Parkland to meet with families and speak with local officials about how to better secure schools.

Students who knew the shooter, identified as Nikolas Cruz, described a volatile teenager whose unusual behavior had caused others to end friendships with him, particularly after the fight that led to his expulsion. It's up to all Americans to be vigilant, and when members of the public contact us with concerns, we must act properly and quickly.

"Ideas are great. Ideas are wonderful and they help you get re-elected... but what we really need is action. I don't know if it's the truth, ' but that way, we can work on it". "Guns give these disgusting people the ability to kill other human beings".

"I can't believe that when I go back to school, his seat will be empty and life will just go on", Fischer wrote.

Asked if he'd talked with victims, Trump added: "I did, indeed, and it's very sad something like that could happen".

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