Nicholas Cruz (center)Photo: Amy Beth Bennett / South Florida Sun-Sentinel / AP
Nicolas Cruz, killing 17 students in a school in the us state of Florida, decided to give his inheritance to the victims. Reported by the New York Post.
About the readiness of the 19-year-old defendant to give up the money, said his lawyer Melissa McNeil (Melissa McNeill). According to her, they are not necessary and he wants to send them to the victims. “He wants these funds helped the local community to cope with the trauma that he inflicted terrible event,” she said.
Cruz’s mother died in November last year, leaving him 800 thousand dollars, which he can get once he turns 22 years old. It is noted that the protection has yet to specify exactly how Cruz will get the inheritance and transfer it into the property at all.
February 14, a former student of Nicholas Cruz opened fire at a school in Parkland (Florida). In the result, 17 people were killed and at least 14 were injured. The shooter was detained. It was also reported that the FBI at least twice warned of the threat posed by cruise. In both cases, they did not provide this information to local security forces.
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