Father of Stoneman Douglas student does not want Nikolas Cruz's money

The father of a Marjory Stoneman Douglas student murdered by Nikolas Cruz does not want any part of the mass killer's inheritance offer, but said he would not mind 10 minutes alone with him.

Cruz said through his lawyer earlier this week that he wants the victims of the Feb. 14 massacre and their families to choose a charity to receive money that he would eventually get. Melisa McNeill said that Cruz wants the money donated to an organization "that the victims' families believe could facilitate healing in our community," according to the Sun-Sentinel.

Andrew Pollack, whose daughter Meadow was one of 17 people killed at the Florida school, told ABC News that he does not want any of Cruz's money.

"I'd rather be alone in a room with him for 10 minutes," he told ABC. "If he wants to give that, that's better than any money he could give me."

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Pollack told the network that he can't say the killer's name. He refers to Cruz as "18-1958," which is the case number.

"When I buried my kid, I buried a good part of me with her," Pollack told ABC News.

Patricia Padauy, who lost her son Joaquin on Valentine's Day, told ABC News that she does not "want to take a dime from him."

"He's part of this whole horrible story," she told the network. "He's a person who didn't care for people that he shot."