Parkland school shooter’s death penalty trial: Detective reads ominous comments, searches
The Broward County prosecution team that is seeking the death penalty for the Parkland school shooter called Broward Sheriff’s Office Detective Nicholas Masters on July 27 to testify in court about the digital evidence his team uncovered.
Masters, a member of the South Florida Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, read about 20 pages of comments and searches that detectives believe Cruz wrote after receiving data from Google. The document contains expletives and language about violence.
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Witness testimony in the death penalty case of Nikolas Cruz continued to unravel what happened before and after the Parkland school shooting.