Students released from a lockdown embrace following following a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018.
Four weeks ago in Parkland, everything changed.
"There are people here, they're all bleeding". In between congressional meetings and protests, they've attended memorials and funerals. Seventeen students and teachers died in the shooting.
They lamented that too many young people have died and that they're exhausted of going to school afraid they will be killed.
According to school administrators, Academy Park students were divided into two groups for the 17 minute walkout. Participation in the student-run event was strictly optional and students who preferred not to participate stayed inside of the building. "It was driving me and the kids insane", Ty Thompson, principal of Stoneman Douglas, told his School Advisory Council this week. They have also helped organise another walkout in April, and a "March for Our Lives" later this month.
"It's hard to look at that [video] and see what the other environment is", said Sgt. EJ Diaz of the Tampa International Police Department.
Cruz faces 34 murder and attempted murder charges in the attack and a judge entered a plea of not guilty on his behalf Wednesday.
Cruz remains in the Broward County Jail, where he's segregated from other inmates.
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The state attorney for Broward County, Michael Satz, announced Tuesday that he had filed a notice of intent to seek the death penalty in the case against Cruz.
About 22 minutes into the video, police lights can be seen at the far corner of the building.
Accused school shooter Nikolas Cruz was formally arraigned on Wednesday, and his attorneys again offered to plead guilty in order to avoid the death penalty. Prosecutors asked the court to put several provisions in place in the event his defense should introduce his mental health. A few days after that bill passed, the White House proposed providing some school personnel with "rigorous" firearms training, and backed a bill to improve criminal background checks on gun buyers.
Instead, Schreiner said he thought the government taking action, such as raising the legal age to purchase and own a gun to 21, would be the way to curb gun violence. "Ban the guns that are meant to kill". But unlike state and federal officials, the school board slammed the idea of arming teachers.
Cassandra Marr, a mother who lost her son, Keshawndrae Carter, to gun violence last July, said she wanted to share the pain she endured after he was killed.
Around the same time, the video recording showed him remaining outside that building.
Watch the full unedited footage above, via the Broward Sheriff's Office. "But in Lorain we're a family, and so many of us are connected in so many different ways".
The council also set up a "kindness wall" and challenged their fellow students to find at least fourteen other students and three adults to perform an act of kindness for.