AUDIO: Crazed Killer Nikolas Cruz Called Police Himself After His Guardians Took Away His Guns

Fourteen children and adults were slaughtered in a mass shooting by Nikolas Cruz in a February 14th attack in Highland, Florida.

Three Broward County Sheriff’s deputies arrived at the scene but were standing outside the school.

Local deputies were called to Cruz’s home 39 times over seven years.

One tipster called the FBI last month on Nikolas Cruz.

Another tipster in November warned authorities that Nikolas Cruz was a “school shooter in the making.”

Now this…
Nikolas Cruz called police after his guardians took away his guns.
Crazed killer Nikolas Cruz said his guardians “wanted to gut him.”
The Miami Herald reported:

In one tape, Deschamps is heard telling police that Cruz was “pissed off” because she took away his guns and ammunition. In the incident report, deputies said Cruz punched walls and broke items when the weapons were confiscated.

Deschamps’ son, Rock Deschamps, approached Cruz to calm him down. Cruz punched him in the jaw. Deschamps punched him back; Cruz ran away, according to a police report.

“Because that’s all he wants is his gun,” Roxanne Deschamps said, according to records released to the Miami Herald on Friday. “That’s all he cares about is his gun, and he bought tons of ammunition, bullets and stuff, and I took it away from him.”

In the second 911 call on the same day, Cruz tried to explain the fight to police: “I was just assaulted now. He started attacking me, and he kicked me out of the house, and he said he was going to gut me,” he said.

Here is the audio of killer Nikolas Cruz in call to 911:



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