Christopher Thomas

Christopher Thomas, who murdered 10 people — including 8 children — in Brooklyn in 1984, was freed from an upstate New York prison in January, prison officials confirm.

Thomas, now 68, slaughtered 2 adults and 8 children in one of the worst mass shootings in New York history.

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Nikolas Cruz Melisa McNeil

A high-profile defense attorney who worked at the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) is preparing to take over the case of Florida shooter Nikolas Cruz, 19, who risks losing his public defenders after he lied on a form stating he could not afford to pay his legal fees.

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Nikolas Cruz Melisa McNeil

When Nikolas Cruz was arrested and charged with 17 counts of murder in Florida’s 2nd worst mass shootings, he was appointed a public defender after he signed court papers claiming he didn’t have enough money to pay for his defense.

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Teens Protest For Gun Reform

A Texas school district is warning students that they face suspension from school if they walk out to join nationwide gun control protests this week. “We are here for an education and not a political protest,” is the message from Needville ISD Superintendent Curtis Rhodes.

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Nikolas Cruz

We’re only 47 days into 2018, and a total of 30 mass shootings have occurred in the United States. Florida’s massacre at a Parkland high school has ramped up the calls for the U.S. government to reopen inpatient psychiatric facilities that were closed due to meddling by liberal politicians in the 1970s.

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Stephen Paddock

The Las Vegas gunman stayed free-of-charge in 2 luxurious adjoining hotel suites because he was a high-stakes gambler who spent up to $100,000 an hour in the hotel’s casino.

Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino comped 2 rooms for Stephen Paddock, 64, who killed 58 people and injured 489 at a country music festival on Sunday, Oct. 1.

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