Confessed Parkland mass-murderer Nikolas Cruz posed such a threat to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School that he had to be searched for weapons every morning he was enrolled there, a school security guard said in new testimony.
Cruz, who killed 17 people in a Valentine’s Day shooting rampage at Stoneman Douglas last year, had previously been subjected to the searches — and barred from wearing a backpack on the Florida campus — because he talked about suicide and wrote “kill” in a notebook, according to the testimony by Kelvin Greenleaf, who was tasked with searching Cruz.
“I think we got concerned when, I think, we found out he drank bleach, tried to hurt himself or something like that, the kid. That’s when we started, like, having the kid come in every morning to be searched by me, but never found a weapon on the kid, never,” Greenleaf said in July 11 testimony, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported.
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