What we know about Florida school shooting suspect Nikolaus Cruz

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2018.02.15. 00:39
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A federal official has identified the Florida school shooting suspect as Nikolaus Cruz, a 19-year-old former student, according to the Associated Press. Here's what we know about Cruz.



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