The woman who took in school shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz and his younger brother after the death of their mother has petitioned a court to be named the personal representative of a reported $800,000 estate their mother left behind, but she also had Cruz's younger brother forcibly committed to a mental hospital just two days after the shooting.

Rocxanne Deschamps, 42, filed documents in Broward Circuit Court to seek to control the estate's assets just one day after the shooting that took place at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

One has to question what is on this woman's mind to do such a thing just one day after a boy whom she had once cared for, confessed to murdering 17 of his fellow students.

The Sun Sentinel reports:

In her two-page petition, Deschamps says she was a family friend of the boys’ mother, Lynda Cruz, and that she now cares for Zachary.

Lynda Cruz died of pneumonia at age 68 on Nov. 1 at West Boca Medical Center. The court filing says she died without a will.

A judge would have to agree to appoint Deschamps as the estate’s administrator, responsible for helping to discover any assets, pay unsettled debts and distribute money to the heirs.

She does not stand to receive any of the assets herself, but could be paid a reasonable fee — approved by a judge -- for her time and effort in sorting out the estate, said probate attorney Frank Walker, of Fort Lauderdale, who is not involved in the matter.

Walker said the filing appeared to be a “prudent thing” for Deschamps to do because she has custody of Zachary and is seeking court oversight to obtain any assets for him.

So, the first thing you do after one of the boys who had been living in your house goes on a shooting spree and murders innocent teens is to go after money to allegedly provide for the younger brother?  Does this sound bizarre to anyone else?

The Sun Sentinel added:

After their mother’s death in November, both sons stayed in Lantana with Deschamps, but Nikolas left and went to live in Parkland with James and Kimberly Snead, the parents of a schoolmate of his.

After their mother’s death in November, both sons stayed in Lantana with Deschamps, but Nikolas left and went to live in Parkland with James and Kimberly Snead, the parents of a schoolmate of his.

Property records filed in Broward County show the Cruz family’s Parkland home sold in January 2017 for $575,000.

Apparently, despite the charges against Cruz, he still might be able to inherit the money.

If that was not enough, there are some things that should be considered when looking at this story.

Mrs. Deschamps had Nikolas' younger brother forcibly committed to a mental hospital on Friday.

Biz Pac Review reports:

Zachary Cruz, the younger brother of Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz, was committed to a psychiatric facility two days after the tragic Valentine’s Day rampage.

Authorities removed Zachary from the home of Rocxanne Deschamps on Friday, according to the Palm Beach Post. Zachary and Nikolas began living with Deschamps in her Lantana, Florida, mobile home shortly after their mom died of pneumonia in November 2017.

Zachary, who turns 18 next week, was involuntarily committed to the mental health facility under Florida’s Baker Act, which allows the hospital to forcibly hold someone for a psychiatric exam for up to 12 hours. It is unknown if the boy has been released by now.

She also allegedly kicked out Nikolas for him bringing a gun into the house around Thanksgiving.

That's not all.

Deschamps also has a history of writing a bad check.  Take a look at her mugshot.

Something is not right in all of this.

From this little spin-off to the conflicting accounts by students against the media narrative of how many shooters were in the school to the former FBI agent's son who can't seem to remember his lines for an interview seem all to point to a false flag event.

I want to know what ties Mrs. Deschamps might have to the FBI, the CIA or any other government agency that may have engaged in a false flag event.

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