Tooling down the sunny Florida highway, you could not be cruising with Nikolas Cruz. For the ALLEGED mass murderer at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School remains isolated in a jail cell, kept away from other inmates.
Nikolas Cruz is presumed innocent unless and until the legal system finds him guilty. This presumption of innocence however is disregarded in “news” reports which continue to declare Cruz already guilty.
Has the “news” seen evidence which the public is not allowed to see? The high school had 70 surveillance cameras.  The cameras, reported the Sun Sentinel newspaper, were on a twenty-minute delay on the day of the mass murder, February 14, 2018. This confused first responders, who mistakenly believed they were viewing a live video feed.  And yet the Miami Herald now adds to the puzzle by reporting police did not enter the high school “until 11 minutes after Cruz [ALLEGEDLY] started shooting.”  So we have, as reported by two distinguished newspapers, that police entered the building 11 minutes after the shooting began and yet video on a twenty-minute delay confused the first responders. Here is some math for you: What is 11 minus 20?
Cruz has been receiving sacks of mail while he awaits trial. Yet his mail is being censored and he is only being allowed to read letters of a religious nature.  Can they do that, censor his mail? After all, Cruz at this point is presumed innocent – right?
Zachary Cruz, brother of the alleged shooter, and his only apparent friend, was recently arrested for skateboarding too near the high school. His bond was set at $500,000!
Students now returned to their studies at the high school are made to carry clear, see-through backpacks. This is to help prevent any weapons being hidden in the backpacks. However see-through backpacks would not have been a help for the alleged AR-15 rifle used on February 14th, since a rifle would be an awkward fit (to say the least) inside of a backpack.
——- Sources ——-
 “Can public see more video of police response to Parkland shooting? A judge will decide”, by Nicholas Nehamas. Miami Herald, April 04, 2018 (Updated April 05, 2018). http://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/community/broward/article207966924.html
 “Video delays misled cops at Stoneman Douglas shooting”, by Lisa J. Huriash, Stephen Hobbs and Megan O’Matz. Sun Sentinel (online), February 22, 2018. http://www.sun-sentinel.com/local/broward/parkland/florida-school-shooting/fl-florida-school-shooting-response-20180221-story.html
 “Parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz getting fan mail”, CBS News, March 30, 2018. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/parkland-school-shooter-nikolas-cruz-getting-fan-mail/