Student: There 'Had To Be Two Shooters' Because I Talked With Suspect Shortly After Shots Were Fired

Chris Menahan
Feb. 15, 2018

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School senior Alexa Miednik told a reporter there "definitely had to be two shooters involved" in Wednesday's shooting because she spoke with suspected gunman Nikolas Cruz shortly after shots were fired from another part of the school.

She says she did not see Cruz with a gun as they spoke.

"The fire alarm went off and the principle came on the speaker and said everyone needs to evacuate right now, so that's what we did," Miednik told KHOU-TV's Matt Musil. "As I was going down the stairs I heard a couple shots fired. Everyone was freaking out saying that it was a gun."

"As we were walking, the whole class together, I actually was speaking to the suspect Nikolas Cruz, and as I was speaking to him, he seemed very, I don't know what the word I want to say is, but uh, he was trouble in middle school so I kinda joked to him about it and I said, 'I'm surprised you're not the one who did it,' and he just gave me a 'huh?'" she said.

"You were walking down the hall -- he had already fired at that time?" Musil asked.

"Yes sir, with him," she said.

"Weren't you scared?" Musil said.

"In the moment I wasn't because there was obviously, definitely another shooter involved," Miednik said.

"Oh, you think he was not the only one?" Musil asked.

"No, definitely not," Miednik said.

"Why do you say that?" Musil said.

"Because when shots were fired, I saw him after the fact," Miednik said. "And the shots were coming from the other part of the building, so there definitely had to be two shooters involved, I believe."

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