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Suspected Florida Gunman Remains Silent In Court

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Suspected Florida Gunman Remains Silent In Court

Suspected Florida Gunman Remains Silent In Court

A Florida judge entered a not-guilty plea for Nikolas Cruz.

Cruz faces a possible death penalty for the massacre at a Parkland, FL high school.

The shooting last month killed 17 people.

It also triggered a national debate on gun control.

19-year-old Cruz remained silent during a hearing in Broward County circuit court.

Cruz’s court appearance coincided with a day of national student walkouts.

Thousands of students poured out of classrooms to protest against gun violence.

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