quinta-feira, 15 de fevereiro de 2018

THE NEW YORK TIMES-Florida Suspect Faces 17 Counts of Murder

19-Year-Old Former Student Purchased AR-15 Rifle Legally

  • The suspect, who had been expelled from the school, opened fire with a semiautomatic rifle on Wednesday before he was arrested a few miles away from the campus. It was one of the deadliest school shootings in modern American history.
  • The police said the suspect, Nikolas Cruz, described how he brought ammunition in a duffel bag and shot students in the hallways.
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