For the second time in a week’s time, is a student of the school in Parkland, Florida, where last year, seventeen people were shot, found dead. The police in the Us has let you know to consider suicide.
“We do not yet know for sure, because not all research results within” asserts a spokesperson of the police. The identity of the dead student is not disclosed.
According to local media it goes to a boy who, at the time of the shooting in the second years sat.
Last week it was announced that Sydney Aiello, also a student at the high school at the time of the massacre, had committed suicide. She was in her last year, when the nineteen-year-old Nikolas Cruz in school opened fire, and seventeen people killed. Almost fifty people were injured.
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Cruz was after his action was arrested; his trial begins, probably in January 2020. The public prosecutor has already reported the death penalty too going to require.
The two deaths are, according to American media the discussion do awaken whether there is enough care given to the survivors of violence, such as Parkland. A lot of class – and schoolmates that the massacre survived, would suffer from so-called ‘survivor’s guilt’.
Sunday it was exactly a year ago that in Washington, the March for our Lives took place, a protest which was called the wapenwetten in the U.S. to tighten. The demonstration was massively support and financial donations of many famous people such as Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg and George Clooney.
Parkland was most deadly highschoolshooting in USA
The shooting in Parkland on February 14, 2018 was the most deadly highschoolshooting in American history. The massacre did the debate about arms sales in the US of a lot of flare up.
Four American young people that the shooting survived, were late last year awarded the children’s peace prize in 2018.
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