Dressed in a maroon shirt adorned with the school logo, Nikolas Cruz exited his Uber outside the campus at p. He approached the school wearing a backpack filled with magazines and carrying a black duffel packed with his legally purchased AR semi-automatic rifle. It was too late. Things are going to start getting messy. Cruz exited the stairwell into a first-floor hallway, firing a stream of bullets down the corridor, shattering windows and shooting through doors.
Teens who threatened Riverland massacre released - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
It stars Marilyn Burns , Paul A. The film follows a group of friends who fall victim to a family of cannibals while on their way to visit an old homestead. The film was marketed as being based on true events to attract a wider audience and to act as a subtle commentary on the era's political climate; although the character of Leatherface and minor story details were inspired by the crimes of murderer Ed Gein , its plot is largely fictional. The limited budget forced Hooper to film for long hours seven days a week, so that he could finish as quickly as possible and reduce equipment rental costs. Due to the film's violent content, Hooper struggled to find a distributor.
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Updated May 23, Two teenagers who threatened a massacre at a school in South Australia's Riverland region have been released from custody after being sentenced in the Supreme Court today. Both pleaded guilty to downgraded charges of aggravated threatening life over a plan to attack the school with guns and explosives in