The teen accused of carrying out the Parkland, Florida, school massacre that killed 17 in February registered to vote while incarcerated in the Broward County Jail.

Nikolas Cruz, 20, registered to vote in July, according to the Florida secretary of state’s website. The site also listed the jail as Cruz's home address.

Andrew Pollack, whose daughter Meadow was killed in the carnage at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, said Sunday on Fox & Friends that the news of Cruz's registration felt like "a dagger" in his heart.

"What kills me, too, is my daughter just turned 18. This would have been her first election," he said. "And she was robbed from that."


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Pollack tweeted Saturday that the news made him "sick," and added that "Despicable Democrats" cannot "steal" the midterm elections.

"These Democrats, this is what they do in Broward," he said on Sunday.

Broward County also is in the midst of controversy after recounts were announced for the tight Senate and gubernatorial races.

Pollack also filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Scot Peterson, the sheriff's deputy who stood outside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School during the shooting but did not take action.

He said that he expects a judge to rule in his favor and that he wants to hold Peterson accountable "like the rest of Broward [County]."

"That's what I want for my daughter. I want accountability, and it's tough in Broward when you have a county run by Democrats who don't believe in accountability."

It is unclear whether Cruz voted in the November 6 elections.


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