Parkland Shooter Nikolas Cruz Attacks Jail Officer In Tussle Over "Stun Gun"

Nikolas Cruz, the shooter within the horrific Parkland’s Shooting Massacre, is going through extra fees after attacking a jail guard yesterday. The twenty-year-old, who’s awaiting trial (February), was requested to not drag his ft as he walked. Cruz, responding in defiance, rushed the guard for his stun gun, however not earlier than flipping him the hen and punching him sq. within the face.

A body by body account Cruz’s violent response was captured overhead digital camera and clipped to the incident report.

Sgt. Raymond Beltran with the Broward County Sheriff’s Office was sporting what incident report labels a “conductive digital weapon,” a lesser variant on the taser gun. Apparently, as the 2 grappled for place on the bottom, the weapon was “discharged,” letting f a present that struck each males.

“He is affected by important psychological sickness and important trauma and he has some very troublesome choices to make shortly, and we will help him with these choices,” public defender Gordon Weekes mentioned, in response to the skirmish with Sgt. Raymond Beltran.

Nikolas Cruz is going through 17 counts first-degree premeditated homicide, in addition to 17 counts tried homicide within the first diploma, the choose coming into his not responsible as a consequence his non-compliance (incapacity to conform). 

The demise penalty is believed to be among the many choices the prosecution is prepared to discover when the Parkland case goes to trial in February.

Parkland Shooter Says Voice In His Head Told Him To Kill: "Burn, Kill, Destroy"

The brutal shooting that took place at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida on February 14th is still a very sensitive event to be discussed by many. Seventeen people were gunned down and killed by 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz and just yesterday the interrogation between Nikolas and Detective John Curcio was released, that details disturbing confessions by the suspect.

The interrogation took place just after Nikolas was arrested by the police and the transcripts have over 11 hours conversation where Nikolas is told to speak up while providing one worded answers and a few head nods. As reported byTime, one part the transcript that’s most troubling is Nikolas detailing how a voice in his head – “the evil side” – is what told him to do the school shooting.  

Apparently, the voice is a male, about his age and it appeared after his father died about 15 years ago and got worse after his mother died in November. 

As we previously posted, Nikolas made a few chilling videos before his attack, explaining his plans to kill. 

Parkland School Shooter Nikolas Cruz Wants To Give Victims His Inheritance

Two months ago, Nikolas Cruz enacted a homicidal rampage at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Equipped with a semi-automatic rifle, the 19 year-old blasted through the school’s hallways, killing 17 innocent people in the process. Cruz was eventually found by police and promptly detained, and is now awaiting his judicial fate in relation to his heinous crimes.

In an effort to mend the grief and despair he has inevitably manifested throughout the Parkland area, Cruz is looking to “heal the community” in any manner he can.

When the gunman turns 22, he is set to inherit a $800,000 trust fund in relation to his mother passing away. Speaking to a Broward County judge on Wednesday, Cruz’s lawyer Melissa McNeil notes how “Mr. Cruz does not want those funds, whatever money that he is entitled to. He would like that money donated to an organization that the victims’ family believes would be able to facilitate healing in our community or an opportunity to educate our community about the issues that have ripened over the last four or five months.”

Howard Finkelstein, another member Cruz’s legal team, exclaimed to the judge “let it go to those who have been hurt, period.”

Cruz’s lawyers are currently investigating if the instalments are paid monthly or yearly, and whether or not he is still entitled to the money.