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Some officials wanted Florida school shooting suspect forcibly committed in 2016

USATODAY.com Monday, 19 March 2018
Some officials wanted Florida school shooting suspect forcibly committed in 2016Officials were so concerned about the mental stability of Nikolas Cruz that they decided he should be forcibly committed. The advice was never acted upon.
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School officials wanted Florida school shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz forcibly committed back in 2016. WLNY's Jessica Moore reports

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