Nikolas Cruz, the accused mass murderer who shot and murdered 17 people in cold blood, reportedly heard a demon voice telling him to “kill” and “destroy,” claims that are being made via his confession revealed in court documents that were recently obtained by ABC News.
Among these incredibly disturbing remarks, Cruz also told police that he had been feeling worthless and expressed a desire to die. There are many, many individuals across the country who would probably like to help fulfill that desire for this evil young man.
Cruz, 19, purportedly confessed to the mass killing that took the lives of 17 students and teachers at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.Advertisement - story continues below
A recording featured Cruz reportedly muttering “kill me” to himself following his arrest, despite being alone in a room.
“I hear demons … a voice, demon voice,” Cruz reportedly said, purportedly telling Curcio that the voice commanded that Cruz hurt people on the night leading up to the mass killing.Trending:
“The voice is, is in me. … To me, it’s me and then my bad side. … It’s a voice,” Cruz reportedly explained. “The voice is in here and then it’s me, it’s just regular me, just trying to be a good person.”
“You could have stopped the demon by getting a prescription for marijuana. You could have stopped the demon by getting a prescription for Xanax. You could have stopped the demon anytime you want,” Curcio reportedly said. “You didn’t want to stop the demon.”Advertisement - story continues below
Cruz reportedly responded, “I don’t like the demon,” and purportedly ended the interrogation by requesting an attorney.
If that doesn’t keep you up at night, nothing will. This kid clearly has issues and not all of them can be chalked up to mental illness. This young man has serious spiritual issues as well. He’s clearly a slave to sin and in need of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Without this gospel, he’s condemned not only here on earth for his crimes, which he clearly deserves but also when he enters eternity and stands before God for final judgment.
It’s a truly tragic situation, to see someone so young twisted up by sin, evil, and death.