Florida school shooter sentence: death or life imprisonment

The prosecutor and defense attorney for Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz agreed on Tuesday

hat his 2018 attack that killed 17 people was horrible, but disagreed in their closing arguments on 

whether it was an act of evil worthy of execution or one of a broken person who should be imprisoned for life.

Lead prosecutor Mike Satz and his defense counterpart, Melisa McNeill, painted for the 12 jurors competing pictures of

what drove Cruz's attack at Parkland's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Valentine's Day.

For Satz, Cruz was driven by antisocial personality disorder — in lay terms, he's a sociopath.

He deserves a death sentence because he “was hunting his victims”

as he stalked a three-story classroom building for seven minutes.

He fired his AR-15-style semiautomatic rifle into some victims at close range and

returned to wounded victims as they lay helpless “to finish them off".