Adam Lanza, the 20-year-old gunman behind the tragic Dec. 14 shooting in Newtown, Conn., had sketched gruesome drawings of children being murdered — and his mom Nancy Lanza found the disturbing images in his room two weeks before the shooting, according to emails sent by Nancy to a friend.
Search warrant affidavits related to the Newtown School shootings were released on March 28 by a judge in Danbury, Connecticut, more than 100 days after Adam Lanza killed 26 people, including 20 children at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Mayor Bloomberg and Vice president Joe Biden lent their voices to the parents of the victims lost in the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School, protesting against Congress, who decided to drop the ban on assault weapons.
Robbie and Alissa Parker revealed the details of the private conversation they had with Adam Lanza‘s father about his son’s actions at Sandy Hook Elementary and if they feel he’s responsible. See the full interview. The emotional conversation took place Jan. 23, and lasted over an hour, Robbie and Alissa told CBS This Morning on March 22.
Three months after the tragic shooting at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, shocking and horrifying new details have to come to light regarding Adam Lanza‘s motive for killing 26 people. According to a law enforcement officer, Adam was a “glory killer” who kept a large hit list, and that he chose the elementary school because he knew he could rack up a large amount of “kills”. Read on for all the shocking details.
“We drove as fast as we’ve ever driven,” Newtown police officer Michael McGowan told the New York Times. McGowan and fellow officer William Chapman made the two-mile drive from their station to Sandy Hook Elementary School in under three minutes. They weren’t prepared for what they, and five other officers, were about to witness that would change their lives forever.