FBI Alerted To YouTube 'shooter' Post Last Year
- Author: Israel Montgomery Feb 16, 2018,
Feb 16, 2018, 4:51
"No other information was included with that comment which would indicate a time, location, or the true identity of the person who made the comment", Robert Lasky, special agent in charge of the FBI Miami Division, said at a news conference, according to ABC News.
YouTuber Bennight told BuzzFeed News that the comment about becoming a professional school shooter alarmed him when he came across it five months ago, and he immediately notified the Federal Bureau of Investigation and YouTube, which removed the comment. Nikolas Cruz allegedly commented on Bennight's YouTube video saying, "I'm going to be a professional school shooter".
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A 19-year-old man with the same name was arrested in connection with the attack at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, which left 17 dead and several injured.
The FBI said it had investigated the YouTube comment but had been unable to fully identify the person who posted it.
Bennight told Pegues he spoke with the FBI Wednesday night again for about 20 minutes.
Florida law enforcement announced Thursday they've started looking into the suspected school shooter's social media accounts and websites. The comment on YouTube has since been pulled down.
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In a written release to WLOX News Now, the FBI's MS field office confirmed that they received information about the comment last fall but couldn't identify the person who posted it. Bennight told the agents he didn't know anything about the user, he told CNN.
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The FBI was not commenting on Thursday morning, CBS News' Andy Triay reports.
"I don't know if they ever track down the original user and went and interviewed him".
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