The bureau was and is still investigating the facts.
To others, she wrote: "Please kiss your children, tell them you love them, stand by them no matter what they want to be". We call BS. No, they say that no laws could have been able to prevent the hundreds of senseless tragedies that have occurred.
Outside view of Sunrise Tactical Supply store in Coral Springs, Fla. on February 16, 2018 where accused school shooter Nikolas Cruz bought an AR-15. A reporter shouted a question about the need to change gun laws as Trump headed down a corridor and out of sight. "Am also working with Congress on many fronts".
The president's tweet said neighbors and classmates knew the suspect accused of carrying out Wednesday's attack was a "big problem". A former student who had been expelled entered with a semiautomatic rifle AR-15 and fired indiscriminately, according to the authorities.
The FBI charges Donald Trump with the responsibility for the massacre at Florida School by posting to a twitter in which he accuses the service of failing to "read" the warning signs sent by the offender. As of now he is being reportedly treated for mental health issues.
Alyssa Alhadeff was a well-liked student who loved soccer and played for the school's team. How about we stop blaming the victims for something that was the shooter's fault?
One student said Cruz had killed small animals, like frogs, and posted photos of the dead animals on social media. I am talking about the people that he lived with, I'm talking about the neighbors who saw him outside holding guns.
"Him coming here, to me, is absurd".
One of them, 18-year-old Emma Gonzalez delivered a fiery address to a crowd of students, parents and residents in Ft.