Nikolas Cruz's Foster Parents Say They Knew All About His Gun Arsenal

Nikolas Cruz's Foster Parents Say They Knew All About His Gun Arsenal

Nikolas Cruz's Foster Parents Say They Knew All About His Gun Arsenal

A longtime family friend and ex-caregiver for the deranged man that gunned down 17 innocent people at a Florida high school filed court documents hours after the attack in an apparent move to keep the killer's younger brother safe from getting cleaned out after the victims and their families eventually move to collect damages. Their story aligns with what the family attorney, Jim Lewis, previously told CNN on their behalf. He did not have a auto, but rode a bicycle to work at a nearby Dollar Tree.

"It could result in us being removed from the case", Finkelstein told ABC News in a telephone interview this morning.

The Sneads said that while Cruz seemed to be depressed about the death of his mother, they didn't see any signs that he was capable of committing mass violence. "It's as simple as that".

The family said that Cruz was not cruel to animals and seemed to love their two dogs and six cats.

"Cruz's gun ownership, desire to kill people, erratic behavior, and disturbing social media posts, as well as the potential of him conducting a school shooting".

Snead said he has nothing to say to Cruz and declined to say what he believes his punishment should be.

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The shooting has prompted calls for gun control.

Five days before the shooting, Kimberly Snead told the Sentinel she took Cruz to a therapist.

"If he was willing to do that, there's no telling what he would have done to us", said Snead. Blackstone asked the Sneads. He took a business card and was figuring out what his health insurance could cover, according to the Sun Sentinel.

"We will get to the bottom of what happened", Pence said, adding the administration would take "a renewed look at giving law enforcement and local authorities the tools they need to deal with individuals struggling with risky mental illness". He said up until the time of the shooting he thought he was the only one who had a key to that safe. "It's a very selfish thing he did - aside from the families he hurt, he hurt the family that tried to help him and give him a chance". "Nobody saw this kind of aggression or motive in this kid, that he would ever do anything like this". It was also reported to the counselor that Cruz had began cutting himself and had drawn a Nazi symbol on his book bag. "I wanted to strangle him more than anything".

The only words she could utter: "Really, Nik? He apologized. He looked lost, absolutely lost", James Snead told the newspaper.

Enea said he slammed him to the ground and ended up punching him several times in the face.

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