As if this horrific story could not get any worse, it appears as though Adam Lanza, 20, returned to Sandy Hook Elementary School on Friday Dec. 14 to finish what he started the day before, however, this time, he planned to kill the four teachers he had an argument with one day prior. Three were shot dead, one wasn’t at the school on Dec. 14.
Adam Lanza’s brother, Ryan Lanza, 24, who was originally identified as the gunman, describes his brother as having a personality disorder. Others suggest he had a history of autistic behavior. Either way, Adam’s path lead him to kill his mother Nancy Lanza, a kindergarten teacher, in the home they share, steal her guns, and then drove to Sandy Hook Elementary School at approximately 9:30 AM, where he killed 26 people.
Ana Marquez-Greene, 7, Jesse Lewis, 6, and Grace McDonnell, 6, are the first three children to be named as victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting that took place on Dec. 14.
The father and older brother of Adam Lanza, the 20-year-old gunman who killed 26 people on Friday Dec. 14 at Sandy Hook Elementary School, are currently being questioned by authorities, but they are “not suspects,” a law enforcement source says in a new report.
After Adam Lanza was identified as the shooter responsible for the horrific shooting massacre at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT on Dec. 14, reports presumed that his mother, Nancy Lanza had been shot and killed in her classroom. However, CNN reports that Nancy was, in fact, found dead in Adam’s residence in Newtown and she wasn’t even a staff member at the school.
Twenty-seven people are now dead after a horrific shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., on Dec. 14 — and after officials incorrectly identified Ryan Lanza as the gunman responsible for the senseless killings, the Associated Press reports it was, in fact, Ryan’s younger brother, Adam Lanza that carried out the heinous shooting at the Newtown school.