Parkland Parents Furious After Jury Does not Recommend Death Penalty

 

Parents of the victims of the 2018 Parkland, Florida, senior high school capturing are speaking from Thursday carrying out a Broward County jury sentence that could provide their children’s killer life in prison – not really the death penalty.

Fred Guttenberg, who dropped 14-year-old daughter Jaime Guttenberg in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL massacre , stated he hopes that the shooter, 24-year-old Nikolas Cruz, dies in prison.

“I’m stunned. I’m devastated. Today you can find 17 victims that didn’t receive justice,” he informed reporters. “My daughter – you’ll see she has been the 16th of the 17 to be study today. She was shot operating down a hallway. Today, what mitigating factor had been it that they applied to her? Were they likely to suggest that he didn’t possess the fine motor skill to shoot that gun as she has been working down the hallway?”

“This jury unsuccessful our families nowadays. But, I shall tell you, the monster’s heading to head to prison. And in prison, I am hoping and pray he receives the type of mercy from prisoners he demonstrated to my daughter and the 16 others,” Guttenberg said. “He could be going to head to prison, and he shall die in prison. And I will be waiting to learn that news on that.”

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Guttenberg mentioned he did not understand how the jury had attained its conclusions.

“Due to what happened to your families, we all have been in this position now to do the work that we perform around this country to help keep this from happening to some other family. Today only helps it be more likely that another mass shooting will undoubtedly be attempted and this decision,” he additional.

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Guttenberg said he’d visit his daughter’s grave to inform her what happened and he will constantly love her.

Gena Hoyer awaits the verdict in the trial of Marjory Stoneman Douglas SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL shooter Nikolas Cruz at the Broward County Courthouse in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on Oct. 13, 2022. Hoyer’s son, Luke, had been killed in the 2018 mass shooting. (Amy Beth Bennett/South Florida Sun Sentinel via AP, Pool)

The parents of 14-year-old Alyssa, Dr and lori. Ilan Alhadeff, voiced their disbelief also.

“We have been beyond disappointed with the results today,” Lori said. “This will have already been the death penalty, 100%. Seventeen individuals were murdered on Feb brutally. 14, 2018. I sent my daughter to school, and she has been shot eight times. I’m thus beyond frustrated and disappointed with this particular outcome. I do

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