Parkland school shooter’s verdict: Count 7 in penalty phase is Nicholas Dworet

Count 7 of 17 in the penalty phase is for the murder of Nicholas Dworet who Cruz killed on Feb. 14, 2018, at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, according to Broward County Circuit Judge Elizabeth Scherer.

His mother, Annika Dworet, said during her victim impact statement that Nicholas had a full swimming scholarship to the University of Indianapolis and wanted to compete in the Olympics.

Dworet, 17, a senior, was in Holocaust history teacher Ivy Schamis’s classroom 1214. Cruz fatally shot him three times and also killed his classmate Helena Ramsay, prosecutors said.

Dr. Stephen L. Robinson, who performed the autopsy, said he suffered fatal gunshot wounds to the right shoulder, hip, and chest. He also suffered grazed wounds on his abdomen and left thigh.

Watch videos of some of the court testimony in his case:

Grieving mother Annika Dworet reads victim impact statement

The prosecution team that is seeking the death penalty for the Parkland school shooter continued to call the grieving relatives of the slain victims to read statements at Broward County court on Tuesday in Fort Lauderdale. The prosecution team that is seeking the death penalty for the Parkland school shooter continued to call the grieving relatives of the slain victims to read statements at Broward County court on Tuesday in Fort Lauderdale.

Dworet’s surviving brother, Alexander, was injured at MSD

Dr. Stephen L. Robinson performed the autopsy

Interactive graphic on the penalty phase

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