Skip to comments.NIKOLAS' AGONY: Nikolas Cruz shouted ‘kill me’ in interrogation room after school shooting
Posted on 08/06/2018 3:29:02 PM PDT by GuavaCheesePuff
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. A newly released transcript shows Florida school shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz spat out kill me and then cursed as he sat alone in a sheriffs interrogation room just hours after the massacre that left 17 dead.
Broward sheriffs Detective John Curcio had just left Cruz alone to get him some water when the 19-year-old suspect made that exclamation.
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Now who’s the victim?
You’re not getting off that easy, punk.
No, Cruz, you have to live with it and think about what you did.
His soul is dead. Could Christ yet revive it? That’s a question whose answer is in the secret realms that only God knows, until and unless it is revealed.
Not for me to begrudge it to happen while he is still on the earth, if it is to happen at all. A lot of us carry around the idea that Christianity is a merit system. Well it is, but it is a merit-of-God system. Not a personal-merit system. The merit that saved believers carry is vicarious, and it by necessity entails the washing away of sin, sometimes of humanly obvious great and multifarious sin.
I feel more sorry for him than many others. I think the system failed him and his victims.
He was young and without parents and he snapped.
I was in a mass shooting too, and there are huge differences between Cruz and the shooter at my work.
His attempt at suicide by cop failed.
His *agony* my foot.
Bleeding heart libs disgust me.
Maybe there’s a teeny tiny point in what a number of older school liberals were telling us: we ALL are victims in one sense. And yet that doesn’t excuse the failure to gain the point of view of a victor, because the resources are provided by God.
Serious Christianity will tell you the same. We have through a common original sin come under the vulnerability of siege by Satan, and some yield worse (to human sight) than others do.
Maybe Cruz will end up going to a mental institution and will live, as a few other notorious killers have. The border between crime and madness is getting ever more blurred in modern eyes if not also in modern days. Would Cruz have still carried out this crime as a kamikaze move if more effective police had been on the site? I don’t know.
Florida itself seems strange to me now. It is ever more packed with debauchery in many places, though I don’t know if that is just on a par with what’s going on in the rest of the USA.
But a bleeding Jesus doesn’t disgust you does it?
Somehow rubber has to meet road.
This seems by other accounts to be a situation where the ooh lah lah liberal “village” failed in its self-appointed task. Cruz was known to be mean and hot tempered for whatever reason, but was doing better for a while in a specialized school. But we know, budgets. He couldn’t be kept there, and was mainstreamed. That was like turning a shark loose in a minnow tank.
That’s one of the saddest things about the modern left to me — when it finds the occasional blind-squirrel nut, it has wasted so many resources doing so that it can’t even deal with that situation effectively.
This was not a suicide by cop. He could have charged into to police to get shot at.
Thats what is more disturbing. These used to almost always end in the perpetrator death. Now its common to see perpetrators taken alive.
Might he experience genuine repentance? I suppose its possible, but I couldnt care less whether he does or not. He needs to die for his crimes.
1. We need to help people with mental illness better. Less falling through the cracks. Help them before they get to this point.
2. This guy needs to die.
Me too, MetMom. Hate the bleeding hearts.
Why didn’t he just shoot himself if that’s what he wanted?
If you “couldn’t care less” about what Jesus has stated heaven does, then we might have a problem here. Earth mindedness ends up losing on both earth and eternal fronts. I doubt that he will die, now. It looks too much like a sustainable mental illness defense situation, ripe for bargain anyhow by people who just want to wash the case off of the news.
If ever there was a reason for assisted suicide. Save the taxpayers the cost of holding him in prison for the next 60 or 70 years.
The shooter easily evaded the so-called perimeter that the shelter in place police officers set up. They didn’t try to take him alive. They didn’t try to take him at all.
It’s the political cost of it being on the news during vulnerable and volatile political seasons that may get this case sent to the proverbial loonie bin. That’s the way I see the cards of circumstance stacked. All fingers are in the wind, with conservative and liberal factions at a very uneasy detente in Florida.
Kate Millet was also admittedly mentally ill. She did far more harm to society and her mental illness is taught to students in schools.
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