FBI Confirms Warning About School Shooting Threat From YouTube User


Cruz, 19, has been identified as the alleged shooter in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in south Florida, the largest mass shooting so far this year and the deadliest school shooting since Sandy Hook, Connecticut, which killed 20 children and six adults.

Ben Bennight - who works as a bondsman in D'Iberville - said he immediately took a screenshot of the comment last September and reported it to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Youtube.

Hours later, MS office agents visited Bennight again. The comment on YouTube has since been pulled down. "These are literally life and death decisions that have to be made every day and I don't think it's possible to get every one right".

According to Bennight, FBI agents from the MS field office were at his George County home questioning him within 24 hours after he reported the comment to authorities. "All it was on my channel was a comment".

Former FBI Director Robert Mueller, now heading the Congressional probe into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 USA election, admitted in 2013 that the bureau had been warned two years earlier that Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the elder of two brothers who carried out the Boston bombing, was becoming radicalized.

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Cruz made his first court appearance in Broward County Thursday afternoon.

In a written release to WLOX News Now, the FBI's MS field office confirmed that they received information about the comment last fall but couldn't identify the person who posted it.

No other information was included in the comment, which would indicate a time, location, or true identity of the person who made the comment.

The FBI was warned in September about a possible school shooting threat from a YouTube user with the same name as the suspect in Wednesday's campus massacre in Parkland, Florida, according to a video blogger.

"Bennight told CNN that he thought, 'Wow, I hope you were at least watching this guy that I alerted you to months ago". "I didn't. They took a copy of the screenshot and that was the last I heard from them". "It's obviously a sickness and the individual who committed this heinous act needed help".