Offbeat Stoneman Douglas baseball coach reassigned after comments about shooter Nikolas Cruz

20:16  07 june  2018
20:16  07 june  2018 Source:   usatodayhss.com

Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz's cellphone videos released

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The Marjory Stoneman Douglas assistant baseball coach who controversially spoke up about the school's awareness of the Stoneman Douglas shooter Nikolas Cruz has been reassigned after controversial comments about Cruz and the threat he posed to the school.

As reported by South Florida ABC affiliate WPLG, Stoneman Douglas assistant baseball coach Andrew Medina was reassigned after his comments that coaches saw Cruz trying to enter the school before the Valentine's Day shooting took place.

'You're all going to die': Parkland shooter made cellphone videos plotting attack

  'You're all going to die': Parkland shooter made cellphone videos plotting attack MIAMI _ Nikolas Cruz reached for his cellphone before his rifle. Shortly before killing 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Feb. 14, Cruz recorded three cellphone videos discussing his plan to murder students and staff. "With the power of my AR-15 you will all know who I am," Cruz said on one video.Prosecutors released the videos Wednesday afternoon as they prepare for a possible death penalty trial. The videos may shed light on what motivated Cruz to commit Florida's worst school shooting, which has launched a powerful nationwide movement for gun control.

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After the shooting , some Stoneman Douglas students campaigned for gun control legislation and founded the On September 24, 2017, a person with the username "nikolas cruz " posted a comment to a YouTube video. " Stoneman Douglas cop resigns ; sheriff says he should have 'killed the killer'".

Per WPLG, Medina told police there was a school meeting about Cruz in 2016-17 and that Cruz began sprinting toward the school when he saw Medina driving toward him on a golf cart on the day of the shooting. He later retracted some of those statements to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, which it is believed led to his reassignment. In particular, Medina said the meeting he referenced never took place and that he was unable to make out Cruz from a distance during the shooting.

When asked about the justification behind Medina's transfer, Broward County schools spokeswoman Nadine Drew made it clear that the coach's statements about the shooting drove the decision.

"(Medina's transfer came because) information that has recently appeared in the media and which is being reviewed by the district," Medina told WPLG.

On video, security guard says school knew Parkland shooter posed threat

  On video, security guard says school knew Parkland shooter posed threat An unarmed security monitor in a golf cart was the first person to see Nikolas Cruz step out of an Uber, a large bag in hand, and stride toward Building 12 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High just before the worst school shooting in state history. Cruz,Cruz, however, was no stranger to staff.

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According to CNN: [P]ostings under the name Nikolas Cruz also included threatening comments on YouTube and Today, many are paying tribute to Feis online. The Stoneman Douglas High School Football Twitter page posted Shooter In Custody After Injuring Three at Indiana Middle School. 5.

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He 'opted for self-preservation': Parkland deputy's lawyers say he wasn't legally required to stop massacre .
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Many have called him a coward, but former sheriff's deputy Scot Peterson had no legal duty to stop the slaughter at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, his attorneys say. Peterson took shelter rather than confront the killer, but he did not act with malice or bad faith, according to his attorneys, Michael Piper and Christopher Stearns of Fort Lauderdale. Therefore he can't be held legally responsible for the deaths, they say in court documents.Allegations against Peterson suggest only that he "opted for self-preservation over heroics," the attorneys wrote.

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