“The District had no control over Cruz,” Henning wrote, according to the Sun Sentinel. “They did not have custody over him. He was not a student in the system and had not been for over a year. In fact, he was refused access to the campus once he left school. Nor did the district have pre-knowledge of a definitive threat by Cruz.”
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