Nikolas Cruz indicted on 34 counts in Florida school shooting

Nikolas Cruz indicted on 34 counts in Florida school shooting

Nikolas Cruz indicted on 34 counts in Florida school shooting

A grand jury in Florida on Wednesday formally indicted Nikolas Cruz on 17 counts of premeditated first-degree murder and 17 counts of attempted first-degree murder in connection to the Parkland, Florida, shooting.

The 19-year-old former student is accused of using a semiautomatic assault rifle to kill 17 students and faculty members at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland on February 14.

The case will be prosecuted by State Attorney Michael J. Satz.

This is a developing story.

The Senate voted 20-18 Monday for the bill that's a response to the February 14 school shootings in Parkland that left 17 people dead.

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Cruz was reported to be "restless" in the early morning hours of the day but after lunch, he met with his lawyer where a deputy described his communication as "engaged, conversating, understanding what was being said" with his council.

The Sneads said they believed they had the only key.

Cruz was living with them in Parkland, Florida, when he carried out the attack.

James and Kimberly Snead each spent about half an hour in closed-door evidence on Wednesday before the panel.

"I think they're gonna want to know what was going on with Nick Cruz in the 90 days that they lived with him prior to the shooting", said Lewis, "you know, whether they saw anything".

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Cruz confessed to the shooting after his arrest, saying he brought the AR-15 and additional magazines to the campus in a backpack. Grand jurors are hearing testimony from witnesses before returning a formal indictment against Cruz.

Cruz could face the death penalty if convicted.

Court documents reveal Cruz, 19, is kept in solitary confinement at Broward County Jail for his own safety, and that he appears to be enjoying himself while in confinement.

Meanwhile, a second student injured in the shooting, has filed a letter of intent to sue the Broward Sheriff's Office, the school system and others.

Florida's House has not yet taken up its version of the bill.

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