Saturday, December 15, 2012

This is the CT Shooter, Adam Lanza


This is the killer, Adam Lanza.

This is how he described:

ABC News
Family friends in Newtown also described the young man as troubled and described Nancy (the mother) as rigid. "[Adam] was not connected with the other kids," said Barbara Frey, who also said he was "a little bit different ... Kind of repressed."
Washington Post

A really rambunctious kid, as one former neighbor in Newtown, Conn., recalled him, adding that he was on medication. He was a son of an accountant and a schoolteacher. A family member told investigators that he had a form of autism, a law enforcement official said.
NY  Post
“He was smart,” the insider said. “He was like one of these real brainiac computer kind of kids.”

A “longtime” family friend said Lanza had a condition “where he couldn’t feel pain.”

“A few years ago when he was on the baseball team, everyone had to be careful that he didn’t fall because he could get hurt and not feel it,” said the friend. “Adam had a lot of mental problems.”


4 comments:

R.J. said...

This is going to sound cold but let's keep it real. Owning two guns in a household where one of the children has mental health issues is not smart. And I'm willing to bet they were not stored in a gun safe, either.

Shayari said...

May God rest in peace those little angels! No amount of consolation is enough to comfort the families of victims. Yet that's only what we can do. This tragic incident yet again underlines the need for stringent gun control laws. Hope the GOP would realize the folly of their stubborn opposition to controlling guns.

Anonymous said...

Shayari, think about this. What if at least 1 school administrator was allowed to be trained and carry a gun, this carnage could have been stopped immediately. We need more people trained and carrying guns not less because criminals will always have guns, they don't follow laws! God ease their suffering!

Lucifer Arnold said...

I have no need for gun(s).
The snake its venom,the bee its sting and me my mind.