Former student gunman confesses to Florida school shooting

PARKLAND: A harried teenager has admitted to gunning down 17 individuals at his previous secondary school in Florida, court reports demonstrated Thursday, as the FBI let it be known had gotten a tip-off about the 19-year-old shooter yet neglected to stop him.

As Americans reeled from the nation’s most exceedingly terrible school slaughter since the frightfulness at Sandy Hook six years prior, President Donald Trump recommended the underlying driver of the brutality was an emergency of psychological health and challenged calls to address weapon control.

He stowed away in storage rooms and under work areas on Wednesday at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, messaging for help as the shooter, Nikolas Cruz, stalked the school with a self-loader AR-15 rifle.

Cruz has been accused of 17 tallies of planned murder, showing up Thursday evening by means of video interface under the watchful eye of a judge who requested him held without bond. More than twelve other individuals were harmed in the spree.