Prosecutors Release Video Parkland Shooter Recorded Before School Shooting

Warning: Extremely Graphic Content


Chilling video released yesterday (5/30) shows the suspected gunman who killed 17 people and wounded 17 more at a Florida high school in February bragging about his plans to carry out the massacre. ‘When you see me on the news you’ll know who I am, ‘You’re all going to die. Pew pew pew. I can’t wait.’ 

Prosecutors have released the three videos above that were recorded by the gunman himself (whose name we have intentionally decided not to give any notoriety to) detailing how he was going to carry out the shootings and how many people he planned on killing.

In one video he talks about his loneliness, his anger and hatred and announces that the "day of my massacre shall begin."

"I live a lone life. I live in seclusion and solitude. I hate everyone and everything. But the power of my AR you will all know who I am. I had enough of being told what to do and when to do," he says. "I had enough of being told what to do and when to do. I had enough of being told that I'm an idiot and a dumbass. You're all stupid and brainwashed by the political and government programs."

The shooter has since been charged with 17 counts of murder and 17 counts of attempted murder in the attack at Stoneman Douglas High School.

These videos have been released to the public because in Florida, evidence  becomes public record when it is turned over to the defendants attorneys. 

What people may not know about the shooter is that he spent several years at a school for children with emotional disabilities before he was even allowed to transfer to Stoneman Douglas. His late mother even called 911 on him almost 20 times over the years reporting him and his history of killing animals and then posting the photos on the internet and keeping animal carcasses as souvenirs.



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