Florida School Shooting Sparks Off Copycats Across the Country

Since the Florida school shooting took place, copycat threats have been made numerous times.
These threats have resulted in several arrests being made.


cbsnews.com reports: Authorities have reported a number of "copycat" threats against schools across the country in the wake of last week's deadly shooting at a Parkland, Fla. high school last Wednesday, prompting several arrests around the country.

Broward Sheriff Scott Israel told reporters on Thursday that a number of threats had been made against other schools since the mass shooting that left 17 dead and 14 wounded at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

On Sunday, police announced they had arrested a Lauderdale teenager who had posted a message on instagram threatening to kill people at various Broward County schools. According to the statement, "The teen appeared to be remorseful and claimed his post was a joke aimed at scaring his cousin." He is facing one count of sending a written threat to kill, which is a third-degree felony under Florida law.

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Posted Monday, February 19, 2018

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Look Who Wants The Florida Shooter Executed!

Although he has his reservations concerning the death penalty on a broader scheme, Sen. Marco Rubio believes the Florida shooter should be executed.


From The Hill: Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) said he believes the person who opened fire last week at a Florida high school should be executed. During an interview with CBS Miami, Rubio was asked whether he believes Nikolas Cruz, who has been charged with 17 counts of premeditated murder, should get the death penalty. "The answer is yes," Rubio said. Read more @ (Link: thehill.com)

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BREAKING: Republican Governor Goes Anti-Gun!

Ohio Governor John Kasich has suggested banning AR-15s from civilian ownership. From Breitbart: Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) removed pro-gun content from his website Sunday and asked if Americans would really lose anything if the government took away their AR-15s. The pro-gun content consisted of descriptions of pro-Second Amendment bills he signed as Gov., as well as “photos illustrating how he opposed former President Barack Obama’s gun control efforts.” According to Cleveland.com, adviser John Weaver explained that Kasich emerged from the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting with “new views” on guns. Weaver tweeted:


In addition to erasing pro-gun content from his website, Kasich suggested gun owners’ rights would not be harmed if the government took away their AR-15s. Read more:



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