Teen who opened fire on Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School 'dragged away from guard by inmates'

Teen who opened fire on Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School 'dragged away from guard by inmates'

A shocking video taken inside the Portage Correctional Facility shows the alleged shooter of 17 Florida high school students, Nikolas Cruz, wading into a guard who is armed only with a loaded pen.

The video was reportedly taken inside the Portage Correctional Facility in South Carolina where the 19-year-old was arrested in connection with the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on February 14, 2018.

NBC 10 reported that the knife Cruz was wielding was a 'supersize pen'.

'How dare you attack a cop,' an armed guard is heard saying. 'You got me at the wrong time and I have the propane tank.'

The 21-second video shows the armed guard standing in a back area of the prison.

Cruz wades into him and punches him to the floor before punching him again and pushing him.

'You f****** b***h!' he can be heard shouting.

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The video (above) was reportedly taken inside the Portage Correctional Facility in South Carolina where the 19-year-old was arrested in connection with the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on February 14, 2018

Cruz jumps onto the guard (above) and one punches him to the floor. He then punches him in the head one last time before another knocks him to the ground

'You f****** b***h!' he can be heard shouting. An armed guard can be heard yelling as Cruz walks away

He then walks away.

The 21-second video shows the armed guard standing in a back area of the prison.

Cruz wades into him and punches him to the floor.

The armed guard is heard saying 'You f****** b***h!' as Cruz continues to run away.

The guard then becomes incapacitated and groans to the camera before laying down.

Later he is dragged onto the ground and dragged off by several inmates.

In November, it was reported that a suspected gunman who was on death row escaped from the same facility where the Florida high school shooter is housed.

Bobby Moore was put on death row after he was convicted of shooting and killing two of his pregnant wives, and one of his children.

Nicolas Cruz, the 19-year-old accused of shooting and killing 17 people in Parkland, Florida, was reportedly released from a South Carolina prison early because of a medical problem. He is seen in his mugshot after his arrest

A police report released by the Columbia Police Department said Moore was hurt after he fell while they were inspecting a cell window, WCBD reported.

He claimed he fell because of swelling in his left eye. The report says he slipped on a set of files.

The report says he was taken to a nearby hospital where his eye was X-rayed.

Moore was transferred to the Maryland Department of Public Safety's Institute for Correctional Management in Woodbridge, Virginia, on October 30.

But officials did not know where he went.

In January, prison officials revealed the reason why he was released, and said it was because of a medical problem.

'He became aware of the fact that he was an inmate at Columbia Correctional Institution, however that was not known to the correctional system,' Corrections spokeswoman Linda Ruiz said in a statement.

'However, on October 31, Mr. Moore's medical condition became known to the department.

'There is no documentation of a medical chart that says Mr. Moore would be transferred to Maryland.'

CNN reported that Moore had been trying to get transferred to an inpatient treatment facility while on death row.

While in jail, he found out that he had one eye that would no longer function.

Ruiz has not commented on when he will be transferred.

Authorities are also still attempting to figure out why Cruz opened fire on a Florida high school that left 17 people dead.

Cruz opened fire on Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, killing 17 people in the attack

He was arrested less than 30 miles from the school and went into the same building where the shooting happened, wielding an AR-15 style semi-automatic rifle, which he purchased legally last year.

He surrendered to a Coral Springs Police officer, after exchanging gunfire with another officer.

He has been charged with 17 counts of first-degree murder, and 17 counts of attempted murder.


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