SoFla Judge Criticizes Newspaper For Printing Confidential Info On Nik Cruz

A South Florida newspaper is defending its actions that could lead to two reporters facing charges.  

A judge on Wednesday blasted the South Florida Sun Sentinel for publishing confidential information about accused Parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz two weeks ago.  

The paper claims the information was obtained legally, and the editor-in-chief says their reporters did their job.  

The Broward School District asked the judge to hold the paper and two reporters in contempt, but the judge did not issue a ruling.


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