Sandy Hook Killer Was Obsessed With School Shootings

SandyHook1On December 14, 2012, 20 children and 6 adults were murdered by 20-year-old Adam Lanza, at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. Before driving to the school, Lanza shot and killed his mother Nancy at their Newtown home, shooting her 4 times in the head. Lanza committed suicide in the school as first responders arrived.

The victims consisted of 8 boys and 12 girls, between the age of 6 and 7; and SandyHook36 staff members, all women.

The State’s Attorney has concluded a report on the Sandy Hook Elementary School murders, including investigation into Adam Lanza’s past and actions.  It turns out that Adam had a GPS device, and authorities concluded that he had driven to schools in the days prior to entering Sandy Hook Elementary.


Adam Lanza

The report includes the findings of newspaper articles and other materials indicating that Adam was obsessed with school shootings, including that at Columbine in 1999.

The official report is here and can also be found on the sidebar under “Documents.”

As the anniversary approaches, let’s remember the families who lost their loved ones.

Posted on 11/25/2013, in Evidence and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 19 Comments.

  1. Jueseppi B.

    Reblogged this on The ObamaCrat™.


    • Jueseppi, thanks for your support. How’s it going?


      • Jueseppi B.

        It’s going good so far. Very nice post, I had to reblog, I would have reblogged your post on GZ/Shellie but videos don’t show up as videos, just a link which looks bad at the top of the post.

        More WordPress glitches for me right now.


        • Ahhh. Jueseppi, thanks for telling me about the videos on reblogs. I didn’t know that. It would be good if they could be embedded in reblogs, but Word Press does not allow editing in reblogs.

          They have support forums so maybe when I get time, I’ll ask if they can change things to allow videos in reblogs rather than just the coding.


          • Jueseppi B.

            They allowed video embedding from the reblog last week so that when you reblog, the video showed up as it should. Then over the weekend, that stopped working. Go figure.

            Don’t sweat it, have a safe fun Happy Thanksgiving.


          • Jueseppi, I noticed that Word Press made several changes over the weekend. Have you checked the admin side lately under “appearance”? The widget page is not the same. I do like it better than the previous layout.

            “Likes” used to be provided on reblogs, but that was removed this weekend.

            Also, I figured out that comments were going into moderation during the time that Word Press was making changes. That happened off and on this weekend.

            You have a wonderful Thanksgiving too!

            I’m rattling the pots and pans beginning on Wednesday.
            Cooking Dinner


  2. Xena, Good to see that you are providing us with the latest information on this case. I still often wonder if the medications that these troubled children are receiving are the cause of tragedies like this… too many children lost for no understandable reason not just here, but thru out our nation on a daily basis… why, why, why…


    • Crazy1946, last year Christmas, I broke down and cried and couldn’t stop. All I could think about were the parents burying their children around the holiday. Had it been me, I don’t know if I could have withstood looking at my child’s room, clothes, shoes, toys, without breaking down.

      The guns that Lanza used have no purpose other than mass killing. Sadly, his mom who bought those guns was also a victim of them.


      • And it doesn’t matter to a parent, how old their ‘child’ was when they passed, burying one’s child is so un natural. It’s not in the natural order of things.


  3. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    Excellent post. Sad reality …..


  4. Yes, but all this madness with weapons is apparently part of our “liberty” ;(


  5. It’s a shame. I feel for the families of those lost during the rampage; mere words wouldn’t be enough.

    Motive? Who needs one?

    It is obvious that something is different about the boy from the photo. It was reported he had Aspergers (sp) disease. Was there any different schooling for him? Treatment?

    Naturally, the gun should have been locked up-preventing a disaster from anyones’ hands- not just his.