Delays Expected in Parkland Massacre Case Due To Shooter's Inheritance

Families of the Parkland school shooting victims may have to endure another delay in Nikolas Cruz' trial. Cruz' public defenders announced they can no longer represent him because he is no longer indigent. They say Cruz is inheriting more than 400-thousand dollars apparently tied to his mother's life insurance policy. The judge hoped to start the trial in about eight months, but new lawyers would push that back, and victims relatives say they're tired of the pain delays are causing.



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