Warning, graphic content: Nikolas Cruz plots Park attack
Accused school shooter Nikolas Cruz describes the impending attack on marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in mobile video released by prosecutors.
Prosecutors on Wednesday released three cool videos of Park school shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz where he plans to become famous after plotting to kill people at marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
“Hello, my name is Nik, and I go to the next school shooter by 2018,” Cruz, 19, quietly mentioned in one of the videos, which seemed to be filmed on Feb. 14, the day of the mass shooting. The shooter said that there was “a big event” at Stoneman Douglas.
In the mobile phone videos released Wednesday, Nikolas Cruz, he says “the next school shooter.”
Cruz — who shot and killed 17 people and left 17 people injured on Valentine’s day at the Florida high school with an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle, according to the researchers, said: “his goal is at least 20 people with an AR-15.”
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The suspect, who laid out his “plan” for the massacre in one of his videos, was heard to say that if people see him “on the news, you know who I am,” before laughing. “You’re all going to die. Pew pew pew pew pew. Ah yes, can’t wait.”
Cruz also predicted his “plan” of taking an Uber ride to the school around 2:40 a.m. and at his gun to shoot people down.”
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One of the videos, apparently be on the ground, including Cruz talk about his loneliness, anger, and hatred, and announced that the “day of my massacre will begin.”
“I live a lonely life. I live in isolation and loneliness. I hate everything and everyone. But (with) the force of my AR you will all know who I am. I had enough of being told what to do and when to do it,” he said.
Cruz is charged with 17 murders and 17 counts of attempted murder in the attack. His lawyers have repeatedly said Cruz would plead guilty if assured of a sentence of life without parole, but prosecutors have requested the death penalty.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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