Student To Sue State For $100 Million After Sandy Hook School Shooting

Sat, December 29, 2012 2:51pm EDT by 25 Comments
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Aztex2012

Posted at 10:31 AM on January 26, 2013  

I my opinion, there should be a law suite but the victims should be the American Public. We deserve the truth, whole truth and nothing but the truth. This whole incident is a fiasco and the American Public deserves to know the truth. We have been lied to by our leaders too many times in the past, so where is the justice in the land of the “free”? and home of the “brave”? It is time for all Patriots to just say “NO” to more Police Control. Children go out side the box and study some real history and find out for yourself the truth behind all our violence. Freedom is not FREE.. it is something we the people have to Fight for every day. THe only avenue for public justice is via the Courts so this fellow whether right or wrong is pursuing the only avenue available to We the People whether right or wrong. We should as United demand answers to ALL the questions and not be satisfied for the scripted preplanned reports fed us by main stream media. >:(

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windfall

Posted at 5:36 PM on December 31, 2012  

The lawyer claims “a “fellow like Adam Lanza would have been known as a potential problem to the police.” Wrong. The police don’t keep a database on future criminals, as in the movie “Minority Report”. Hindsight is 20/20. We simply can’t predict the future, tragedies happen. There are no guarantees we’ll all live to 100.

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Aimee

Posted at 11:54 PM on December 30, 2012  

Stupid, just stupid. Okay, yes, you were traumatized child. However, parents lost their children and they’re not sueing anybody, are they? -.-‘
This is just wrong. Nobody had control over what that psycho fag did okay? It’s sad that so many children died, but god needed his angels back. All we can do is remember them now and pay our respects. Ijust can’t believe it yet.

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Michelle

Posted at 10:55 PM on December 30, 2012  

Be thankful your child is still alive! That should be your payout. Id take my child over a settlement anyday. Geez, people trying to get rich…

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Sony

Posted at 10:50 PM on December 30, 2012  

Her family should be thankful she is alive. They should be ashamed of themselves for using this situation as a money grabbing opportunity

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khat31

Posted at 10:05 PM on December 29, 2012  

Also excuse my bad grammar and spelling, I tend not bother using comma’s and periods online since it’s bothersome and I’m just not used to it, and when I type/write things I occasionally type something different from what I was thinking :s

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khat31

Posted at 10:01 PM on December 29, 2012  

I’m 15 and this is pathetic, my thoughs go too all the stuents but the little girl was not the only traumatized. This lawyer should just stop, how does a 100 milliion dollars change or fix what happened for that little girl, that money could go into helping fix the system and maybe preventing this from happening. This lawyer and the girls family are just disciple, sewing the state would be like sewing adam’s brother, and I still find sad that they would sew for that much and use the little girl like that since I doubt she wanted this in the 1st place, the world can be despicable sometimes :(

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molybdenum94

Posted at 10:16 PM on December 29, 2012  

Just give this some thought, if this suit can draw in a majority of the victims of that horrible day, maybe the State will have to kick the whole thing up to the Federal level. Then maybe, Congress will have to re-evaluate the law preventing holding gun manufacturers responsible. Is this going to solve the problem overnight? No. Is this going to make those kids who saw and heard horrific things whole? No.
BUT, I’ll bet ya if our government was facing the prospect of having to pay for damages related to children who were killed because they knuckled under to the NRA, our lawmakers would have to man-up (and I use that term lightly…) and put in place some laws to keep something like Sandy Hook from ever happening again.

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gummybear45

Posted at 7:21 PM on December 29, 2012  

I think this is absolutely terrible (and terrifying) I just don’t get why someone would do that to a whole bunch of little kids. Besides praying for all those little youngsters; I’m also praying for Adam Lanza’s family mainly because they didn’t expect this, and being his parents, it must’ve been really hard dealing with all of this. So in some ways I feel bad for all the kids, and in other ways bad for Adam’s family. I’m only 12, but I think I make a good point here! :D

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molybdenum94

Posted at 10:24 PM on December 29, 2012  

You make an excellent point, and I too, am praying for Adam Lanza’s family. Besides limiting access to firearms, we need to take care of the mentally-ill and their families, but only those who recognize that there is an issue and want help, can realistically be helped.
From what has been reported (which may well be inaccurate), it does not sound like the Lanza family sought help for his obvious problems.

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S.V.K.

Posted at 6:58 PM on December 29, 2012  

Yep the blood sucking attorney see’s the pain and suffering and profit for him. Hasn’t this town suffered the pain’s of hell?

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Debi

Posted at 6:22 PM on December 29, 2012  

That is disgusting..to sue the school board saying this could be prevented seriously??? Maybe sue the NRA they allow the guns to be given to people without background checks.. Maybe just be glad you daughter is alive. Get her the counseling she needs for PTSD… People in the states really need to stop suing just to get the money..

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Jean

Posted at 7:11 PM on December 29, 2012  

The school did have preventative measures but the manaic shot his way in. Nothing much could have been done about that unless there was a policeman stationed inside the school which I am sure this is what is going to happen. I am sure the parents of the little girl in question do not want her to be subject to anymore questioning unless they tend to profit from the lawsuit.

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NRA supporter & a mom

Posted at 4:43 PM on December 29, 2012  

The child will need counselling for the rest of her school days. I see her a mental patient with PTSD and on psych meds. No payout needed: this was preventable and completly unforseen.
Our elementary schools have had for awhile now, in place, a buzzer system and cameras,so an Adam would never have done this. Also, the very day after, our schools have in place, not one, but TWO armed guards patrolling the schools. My kids feel safer now.

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clitt

Posted at 3:43 PM on December 29, 2012  

……..Dumb & Dumber.
a new episode?

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Adam

Posted at 3:33 PM on December 29, 2012  

Hi and to whom it may concern

I can’t answer for the 6 year old student who survived this horrific, horrible human experience, that student endured and seen on that day. But I believe that the Town of Newtown CT. should not be held responsible, this is a time of grief and morning and coming together as a community and sticking together. I do think that there should be someone held accountable but that person is dead as well. I believe though Jesus, the whole nation and the world will get though this, but it will take time, so don’t place blame on a town that is in morning.
Jesus said to his disciples, “Love one another as I have loved you”. And “Do not Judge or you to will be judged”. Just think about it first before going through with it that’s all.

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Jill

Posted at 3:25 PM on December 29, 2012  

This is ridiculous. Shouldn’t these people just be happy that their daughter is alive?!

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swaggy

Posted at 3:24 PM on December 29, 2012  

The lawyer representing Jane Doe has been suspended twice by tne Conn bar

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NRA supporter & a mom

Posted at 4:38 PM on December 29, 2012  

@swaggy: Third time’s a charm ?
He sounds like an ambulance chaser to this ol gal. :/

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me

Posted at 3:10 PM on December 29, 2012  

OMG not even a week went past and she’s asking for a payout. This couldn’t be prevented, no one saw this coming. I’m a mother and god forbid this happened to me I would be praising god that my child is still alive not have my hands out for a load of money.

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NRA supporter & a mom

Posted at 4:39 PM on December 29, 2012  

@ me: Me, too.I’m a mom and a 2nd ammendment supporter. I agree with you. This is a time of mourning and grieving and a time to heal. Not be asking for money.

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hi

Posted at 3:01 PM on December 29, 2012  

americans are the most pathetic money grabing people, how is it anyone but the shotters fault.

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heather

Posted at 4:07 PM on December 29, 2012  

Sure let that little kid have a payout. They may be afraid of school, work, people… you do not know or fully understand the consequences. Also… that boy had no reason to be at the school thus if he wasn’t allowed and a better security system was installed… this may have all been prevented. We will never know for sure. But what I do know is he did not go to that school or belong to that school and every single one of those children and their family deserves some type of compensation.

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