Parkland teacher arrested after leaving loaded gun in public restroom

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The Parkland shooting suspect says he wants any money he ever receives to be donated to a fund that would benefit victims and their families, according to his public defenders. His brother, Zachary Cruz, also attended the hearing and did not speak.

Cruz's wealth now consists of 24 Microsoft stocks worth about $2,200 from which he receives dividends, and he is entitled to $25,000 from his mother's life insurance, which he has not yet obtained.

"That amount of money would already be gone", he said.

A Wednesday afternoon hearing will determine whether Cruz can afford to hire his own attorneys to defend him.

A Florida educator, who survived among those most unexpected high school shootings in USA history, was detained Sunday after he abandoned a loaded pistol from the stall of the public restroom by which a displaced man discovered it stopped it, " police claimed.

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Police arrested him shortly after the shooting, and Cruz has confessed to being the gunman, court documents show. Board members instead supported a proposal to redirect funding from the program to a pot of money for school resource officers, armed law enforcement personnel assigned to protect schools.

On Wednesday, Cruz's attorneys offered to surrender any money he would inherit to the victims.

Last month, a grand jury indicted Cruz on 17 counts of premeditated murder in the first degree and 17 counts of attempted murder in the first degree. He's being held without bail in a Broward County jail. "Mr. Cruz is, in fact, potentially a beneficiary of those funds".

His attorneys have said he is willing to plead guilty in exchange for a sentence of life in prison, according to the Sun Sentinel. It's also not clear how frequently the annuity pays, lawyers said. It will be arduous. "We will put the victims' families through another hell".

Nikolas Cruz appears in court for a status hearing before Broward Circuit Judge Elizabeth Scherer on February 19, 2018 in Ft.

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