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Tuesday Jul 05, 2022

The families of Parkland victims have been awarded $ 127.5 million for the school massacre

The federal government has awarded পরিবার 127.5 million to 16 families affected by the mass shooting of Parkland High School in 2018.

Marjorie Stoneman of Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, was shot dead on February 14, 2018, on Valentine’s Day. Psychological assassin Nicholas Cruz fired, killing 17 and wounding at least 17.

The families have accused the FBI of negligence in their case.

As The Gateway Pundit previously reported – the FBI has admitted that it did not follow protocol in investigating the violent threat posted online by Nicholas Cruz.

On January 5, 2018, a person close to the Florida school shooting suspect contacted the FBI tipline and provided information on the suspect’s “gun ownership, manslaughter, irregular behavior, and social media posts as well as his potential. School shooting.” Is happening. “

TGP writer Josh Kaplan reported earlier today.

Breaking: FBI says Jan. 5 suspect Florida school shooter received tip by FBI’s public access line but “protocol not followed” to increase tip for further investigation – https://t.co/kdrUxk2XiK pic.twitter.com/iBnPWKHQGA

– NBC News (NBCNews) February 16, 2018

The FBI interviewed Cruz but dropped their investigation.

The FBI also lied about their investigation.

Just as we reported => FBI lied about the FL school shooter’s investigation – told the public “we couldn’t identify him” (video)

The FBI has admitted that it did not follow the second threat warning protocol about Nicholas Cruz in January!

Fox Business Network reports:

Nicholas Cruz killed 17 people at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, on Wednesday, February 14, 2018.

Rick Scott, then governor of Florida, called on FBI Director Christopher Wake to resign following a heinous investigation into the murder of Nicholas Cruz.

WLRN reports:

The United States has agreed to pay millions of dollars to families affected by the 2018 Parkland Mass shooting, years after prosecutors filed a lawsuit against the government alleging negligence by FBI agents before the shooting.

On February 14, 2018, Marjorie Stoneman was shot at Douglas High School, where Nicholas Cruz opened fire, killing 17 and injuring at least 17.

According to a Justice Department statement, 40 civil cases, including 16 of the 17 families of the victims, will be settled for 127.5 million.

“It is an honor to represent the Parkland families who, through their immense grief, have dedicated themselves to making the world a safer place,” their chief attorney, Christina Infant, told the Associated Press. “While the Parkland families have never been able to make a resolution to recover what they have lost, this settlement marks an important step towards justice.”

In their case, the families accused the FBI of negligence. They say the bureau received tips about Cruz, including his desire to collect weapons and shoot at a school, but agents failed to intervene and prevent violence.

A few weeks before the shooting, a tipstar told the FBI that Cruz was “about to explode” and that he was “going to enter a school and start shooting at that place.”

Although the DOJ said in a statement that the settlement “does not acknowledge the guilt of the United States.”

Families of Parkland victims awarded $ 127.5 million for school genocide for FBI dishonesty and negligence

Maria Clausing

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