Social Media Content Suspect Mass Shootings Very 'Disruptive'

The suspect of a blind shootout at a high school in Florida was a troubled teenager who uploaded unsettling material on social media before committing an action that killed at least 17 people, according to a law enforcement officer and his former schoolmate.

Sheriff Broward County Scott Israel says that the 19-year-old suspect, Nikolas Cruz, has been expelled from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School for disciplinary reasons.

However, Victoria Olvera, a 17-year-old student at school says Cruz was expelled in the last school year after fighting with his ex-boyfriend's new boyfriend. He said that Cruz often acted harshly against his ex-girlfriend.

 Nikolas Cruz, the shooter at Marjory Stoneman High School, Florida, February 14, 2018.

Nikolas Cruz, the shooter in SMA Marjory Stoneman, Florida, February 14, 2018.

School officials say after being expelled from Marjory Stoneman Doughlas, Cruz continued his education at another school in Broward County (county-level district).

Also read: Police: 17 Killed in Shooting Incident at Florida High School

According to friends and relatives, the suspect's mother, Lynda Cruz died of pneumonia last November, as reported by Sun Sentinel. Lynda Cruz and her husband, who died of a heart attack a few years earlier, adopted Nikolas and her sister, Zachary, after the couple moved from Long Island in New York to Broward County, Florida.

Mayor Broward County Beam Furr said in an interview that the shooter had been treated at a mental health clinic for some time, but he did not return to the clinic for more than a year. [lt]

Israel Shoots Dead Palestinian Men Suspect Shooting Rabbi




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Israeli troops shot dead a Palestinian man they call the prime suspect of a rabbi's fatal shooting last month.

Israeli security service Shin Bet said it had shot dead Ahmad Nassar Jarrar during a raid on Tuesday (6/2) early morning local time in a building in the city of al-Yamun, near the West Bank town of Jenin.

The Shin Bet mentioned as reported by Iranian media, Press TV, Tuesday (6/2/2018), Israeli troops fired on Jarrar when the 22-year-old man left the building, carrying an M-16 assault rifle and a bag of explosives.

Rabbi or a Jewish priest named Raziel Shevach was shot dead near his home in Havat Gilad area, near the West Bank town of Nablus on January 9. Since then, Israeli troops launched a massive search operation in Jenin, Jarrar's home town. Israeli troops even destroyed the Palestinian man's house in an earlier attempt to arrest him.

Last month, Hessam Badran, a member of the Hamas Political Bureau praised the man responsible for killing the rabbi as a hero. According to him, the shooting incident was a natural reaction to the Israeli regime's atrocities against the Palestinians. He also called the shootings a slap in the face of the Israeli regime and a response to US President Donald Trump's move to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

(ita / ita)


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US Attorney Announce 5 Allegations on Suspect of New York Bombers

US Federal prosecutors announced five federal terror accusations against Akayed Ullah on Tuesday (12/12), a day after the Bangladeshi immigrant detonated a pipe bomb in a New York City subway tunnel, injuring himself and three others. [19659002] The most serious allegation against Ullah, 27, is to provide material aid to a terrorist organization and to use weapons of mass destruction, allegations that could be imprisoned for 20 years or for life.

Ullah is also accused of public bombings, the destruction of property with fire, the use of destructive devices and acts of violence, according to criminal charges expressed on Tuesday.

US Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Joon Kim announced the allegations at a news conference in New York.

7.20 am Monday (11/12) at tunnel subway station in New York.

Kim told reporters n that Ullah "chose the location and timing of the blast to cause the maximum number of human casualties."

Ullah wounds in the explosion and taken to the hospital in a serious condition, with burns in his hands and body. He is still hospitalized and Kim says that the lawsuit will be officially presented to Ullah at the hospital. [sp/ii]

Suspect Actor Near New York Bus Terminal Detained

New York Police said a suspect had been arrested after an explosion near the Port Authority bus terminal in Manhattan, New York on Monday (11/12) called mayor Bill de Blassio "attempted terrorist attack."

New York Police Commissioner James O'Neill named the 27-year-old suspect Akayed Ullah and said he had a low-tech device bomb tied to his body.

Ullah suffered a burn on his body after accidentally detonating the bomb, which had been confirmed as a bomb pipeline, O'Neill told reporters, as he gave information alongside the mayor de Blassio and New York governor Andrew Cuomo early Monday.

The New York Fire Department confirmed three people injured, all not life-threatening.

Lower rail the land is expected to resume its normal schedule before the busy Monday afternoon, after the train was evacuated n stepped off a stopover on 42nd Street, located in the middle of Times Square Square, Manhattan – a popular destination for tourists.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said via Twitter that President Donald Trump had been notified of the situation. [gp]