More timeline material:
Police say Cruz is dropped off at the school by an Uber driver. The school is preparing for dismissal as he arrives so the gates are unlocked to allow cars and buses to enter.
Wearing a school shirt, he carries a black duffle bag and a black backpack inside.
Reports say a school staffer recognizes Cruz and warns a co-worker by radio.
A 15-year-old student says he encounters Cruz loading a rifle inside a second-floor bathroom, according to news sources. “You’d better get out of here,” Cruz tells the student. “Things are going to start getting messy.” The student flees and alerts a staffer.
Police say Cruz activates a fire alarm inside the school. Students begin to evacuate. Cruz opens fire with a .223 caliber AK-15 semiautomatic rifle in a first-floor hallway. Hearing the shots, a staffer broadcasts a “Code Red” alert over the intercom, signaling a campus lockdown.
Students and teachers take cover in classrooms. Some students flee the school and take cover at a nearby Walmart. Cruz fires into four classrooms and goes to the second floor, continuing to shoot. Police later calculate that more than 100 rounds are fired.
Police receive multiple 911 calls of shooting taking place.
The shooting stops. Police say Cruz discards his assault rifle and backpack in a third-floor stairwell and runs downstairs to join students fleeing the school. He goes to the Walmart, where he has a drink at a Subway outlet inside. He leaves and walks to a McDonald’s.
Broward County sheriff’s deputies arrive to see students leaving the building.
Authorities alert public of shooter at school, warn people to avoid area.
Cruz leaves McDonald’s.
FBI agents and more police arrive. Many students are still in classrooms.
A police officer finds Cruz on a nearby street, in the 1400 block of Windham Lakes Blvd. South, Coral Springs. Cruz surrenders without resistance.
Police continue to search school buildings to evacuate students.
Cruz is taken to Broward Health North hospital with difficulty breathing. He is treated and released back into police custody.
The sheriff’s office says SWAT teams continue to search the school.
Police publicly identify Cruz as the school gunman. Wearing a hospital gown, Cruz arrives at the Broward County sheriff’s office and is taken inside.
Apologies if previous threads already had these, but we need to go over them to see the inherent flaws in the narrative.
Well you need to watch the vid with the girl saying "2 shooters" to begin with. Then you need to see that the timing above seems awfully convenient.
3-4 hours to check the cameras and confirm the culprit?
Are they having a laugh? It's like they were trying to find someone to pin the blame on.