In 2016, a sheriff’s deputy and two guidance counselors thought Nikolas Cruz should be forcibly committed for psychiatric evaluation, but decided he did not meet the legal criteria, records show.
There are evil people. And it is the job of people in authority to protect us from them. Especially when they have direct knowledge of them. Heads need to roll. NOW Eighteen months before Nikolas Cruz shot up...
Involuntary commitment would have come up as a huge red flag when Cruz attempted to buy a gun
The Florida school shooter is formally charged.
Nikolas Cruz, the alleged school shooter behind the Parkland, Florida, school shooting that left 17 people dead, has been observed “smiling” and “giggling” by jail staff several times since he was first incarcerated, according to jail...Show More Summary
ON FEBRUARY 14th Nikolas Cruz shot 17 people dead at a high school in Parkland, Florida. As information trickled out about the 19-year-old in the following days, one of the most surprising revelations was that he had received marksmanship training from a Pentagon-funded education programme.
A student who survived the Florida shooting wants you to see how a single AR-15 bullet butchered his foot... mangling it to pieces. Kyle Laman -- who was inside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High when Nikolas Cruz opened fire and brutally murdered…
Some spree killers are difficult to identify in advance. Nikolas Cruz wasn't one of them: Our view
All of the red flags were there. Officials simply chose not to see them. White privilege can be lethal. On Feb. 14, in Parkland, Florida, it was channeled through toxic white masculinity when Nikolas Cruz killed 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, and wounded dozens more. Show More Summary
SOMETIMES WE OVERINCARCERATE, SOMETIMES WE UNDERINCARCERATE: How Did the Parkland Shooter Slip Through the Cracks? Broward County’s effort to fight the “school-to-prison-pipeline” may have helped Nikolas Cruz stay under law enforcement’s radar. I’m not so much sure it was a case of being under the radar, as a case of the radar operator being told […]
Accused Florida gunman Nikolas Cruz, reportedly tried to get his hands on his $800,000 inheritance, and he still has a chance to see it through. Nathan Rousseau Smith reports.
Seventeen children and adults were slaughtered in a mass shooting by Nikolas Cruz in a February 14th attack in Parkland, Florida. Three Broward County Sheriff’s deputies arrived at the scene but were standing outside the school. On Monday...Show More Summary
Seventeen-year-old David Hogg is a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School who survived the mass shooting carried out by Nikolas Cruz last week. Hogg has unleashed a boycott rampage from his Twitter account targeting corporations that partner with the (NRA) National Rifle Association. Show More Summary
In the latest bombshell report about the life and background of Nikolas Cruz, the 19-year-old school shooter who murdered 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and wounded more than a dozen more, the Florida Sun SentinelShow More Summary
Seventeen children and adults were slaughtered in a mass shooting by Nikolas Cruz in a February 14th attack in Parkland, Florida. Three Broward County Sheriff’s deputies arrived at the scene but were standing outside the school. With...Show More Summary
In the two weeks since Nikolas Cruz gunned down 17 people at his former high school, we have heard a lot about...
The similarities between school shooters Nikolas Cruz and Adam Lanza reveal important gaps in the U.S. mental health treatment system, according to a psychologist who has studied Lanza in depth.
On Monday, President Trump shredded Broward County Deputies for their ‘disgusting’ inaction as Nikolas Cruz mass murdered innocent people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Seventeen children and adults were slaughtered at a Parkland, FL high school on Valentine’s Day after a series of failures from the FBI and local law enforcement. Show More Summary
Akin to his boss, Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel, Deputy Scot Peterson is refusing to take responsibility for failing to confront gunman Nikolas Cruz as he shot dead 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Show More Summary