Adam Lanza’s Father: I Wish Sandy Hook Shooter Was ‘Never Born’

Mon, March 10, 2014 10:33am EST by 8 Comments
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Posted at 2:26 PM on March 11, 2014  

Poor journalism and fact checking. Nancy did not work at the school.

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Lety Acosta

Posted at 1:34 AM on March 11, 2014  

Is it necessary to put those pictures of Adam Lanza we know he was different and looked different we have to be careful with our children as to what we let them watch on tv or the video games they play and the internet get them outside to play make time now before it is to late

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Posted at 5:41 PM on March 10, 2014  

This father should he beating himself, he failed & abandoned his son. His parents needed to step up and dig deep to help their son who was mentally ill.

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just saying

Posted at 4:39 PM on March 10, 2014  

As much as I believe that he was in fact mentally ill, nobody really knows the full story. Parenting, how their parents are and their relationship with them and everything in between psychologically affects so much when it comes to a child and their actions. I’m not saying it’s his fault, just stating what I know. I feel like he should search deeper within himself and their past to psychologically get to the cause of it (it doesn’t mean that what Adam thought of his parents were true, but just to get to the bottom of what it was that Adam thought) instead of just professing him as “evil”. We all have negative aspects, but there’s gotta be more to him than he was just completely evil. I truly believe that one can’t just be born “evil”, there’s something psychologically that aided to how he turned out. Whether his parents contributed to that or didn’t help him with what it was that affected that way is unknown. What he DID was evil, yes, but there’s usually more to it. I think it’s important to figure it out so that not only he and his family can learn from it, but other parents and families can too. For all we know, Adam could have been abandoned by his family or not recieved the love or care he needed (especially if he was harboring a mental illness). None of this excuses his or anyone’s bad actions but it’s something people need to figure out to learn from and prevent it. PARENTS: just please give your children the care they need especially if they show signs of a mental illness or a physical one as well. They need it and you have no idea how much you and your parenting skills may affect them, or possibly in this case, other people.

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Posted at 2:28 PM on March 10, 2014  

Reblogged this on JobisJobs.

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Posted at 11:49 AM on March 10, 2014  

What kind of father is not involved in his son’s life?,maybe had he been there more Adam would have turned out differently or had support for his mental illness.Peter thinks that by saying he wishes his son had never been born it will make it easy for the people who lost someone at Sandy Hook.Peter needs to take some of the blame as well as the mom for having weapons in the home.Parenting is a big responsibility,being involved with your child regardless of their issues and helping them in the world in a positive way helps them to grow and function in the world.

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Posted at 11:46 AM on March 10, 2014  

Peter, it’s not your fault. I think your son was a very sick person, and no one could have stopped him. I feel pretty confident in saying that no one blames you! Live your life, don’t hate yourself because of what he did.

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Debra B.

Posted at 10:58 AM on March 10, 2014  

Peter Lanza, you are NOT TO BLAME for your son’s dastardly deeds, THAT ONUS OF BLAME IS ALL ON HIM. You are not responsible for his actions and or mental illness that was instrumental in what he did. Please Peter, stop beating yourself up over it, it’ll just suck the life and drive out of you, and life is too short as it is. This message comes from someone who DELIBERATELY chose NOT to have children and having to raise them and send to americas public school system.

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