Brothers Nikolas and Zachary shared the same biological mother, a Jewess, but judging from his appearance Zachary has more African genes, possibly because of different fathers.
People at the Stoneman Douglas school this afternoon were frightened when Zachary visited, which was after school hours. Police were called and he was arrested for trespassing, having been barred from the campus earlier.
The press is creating a portrait of a sympathetic brother who feels guilty for not stopping his sibling from shooting people.
Whether this is accurate or a psy op by the press is unclear. What is odd is that these two are half brothers, one a son of Obama, and yet the press insists on calling them brothers when they’re surely half brothers.
I don’t understand the agenda behind that lie, but I’m sure it relates to political correctness and Deep State mischief in some way. Maybe it’s simply a case of trying to normalize the idea that a mother could have one Negroid child and another Hispanic or whatever.
Zachary Cruz, the brother of the man who killed 17 students and staff at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, was arrested Monday, accused of trespassing at the Parkland school, officials said.
The Broward Sheriff’s Office said Zachary, 18, rode his skateboard at 4:30 p.m. across the campus where his older brother, Nikolas Cruz, went on a shooting spree with an AR-15 rifle.
Zachary Cruz told deputies he visited the school “to reflect on the school shooting and to soak it in,” according to the arrest report. He had been warned by school officials to keep away from the school.
“Cruz surpassed all locked doors and gates” to get onto the campus, the arrest report said. It was after school hours. The school day ends at 2:40 p.m.
Nikolas Cruz, 19, has confessed to the Feb. 14 school shooting and faces the death penalty for the murder of 17 and the attempted murder of 17 others.
Broward Schools Superintendent Robert Runcie said the school’s gates are opened after hours so students can go in and out for after-school activities. During school hours the gates are locked, Runcie said.
“It wasn’t some breach of security,” Runcie said. “He came through whatever gate was open at the time. Somebody spotted him and reported him to BSO. They responded quickly.”
“I don’t want to be alive. I don’t want to deal with this stuff,” Zachary Cruz told Deschamps on the night of the shooting, according to a report from the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office.
Two days after the shooting Zachary Cruz told a deputy that he felt “somewhat responsible and guilty about the incident and that he could have possibly prevented [it],” that report said. He also told the deputy that he “doesn’t understand why his brother would have done this.”
Zachary Cruz currently has no ties to Broward County, the arrest report said.
The Cruz brothers were adopted at birth by Lynda and Roger Cruz from the same mother. The couple had arranged the private adoptions through an attorney.
Throughout his childhood, Nikolas Cruz was diagnosed with a string of disorders and conditions: depression, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, emotional behavioral disability and autism, records from the state Department of Children and Families show. His mom told sheriff’s deputies he also had obsessive-compulsive disorder and anger issues.
Zachary told Palm Beach County Sheriff’s deputies that “he and his friends, when they were younger, had bullied Nikolas, which he now regrets ever doing,” the agency’s report says. The deputy wrote that “Zachary wishes that he had been ‘nicer’ to his brother” and that there may be resentment between the two “as Nikolas may have been the favored brother.”
What we’ve learned is that the Jewish shooter (he self-identified as a Jew through his mother) has a brother who’s a Negro. The black brother must be a Jew also since the two shared the same mother.
We’ve also learned that there’s not much security at the school or else the Jewlatto would not have been able to enter the grounds.
Neither brother paid much attention to what the police told them.
That bodes ill for Zachary’s future and for those around him.