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Friday, December 14, 2012

((Exclusive)) Newtown School Massacre-"It was my brother. I think my mother is dead. Oh my God."UPDATE

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The La Times and various "reputable" news networks originally reported this as Ryan the elder brother being the killer however, the gestapo were wrong. The older brother Adam was the culprit and as always the news tends to have soft hands when dealing with European Americans aka White people. "May have been Austistic" "Emotionally Disturbed" "ass burger syndrome". 

What happened to plane crazy. When al qaeda flew the planes they were terrorist, when Malvo aka DC Sniper went on a spree he was milatant but, this little dirty mu&^%$# get the "emotionally disturbed" tag. "Police: Suspect Adam Lanza MAY have had personality disorder". No sh&% sherlock he MAY have also just shot up the gottdamn kindergarten class.


There is no MAY about it dipshittz he was Crazy as Kat Williams and Cat S&^%. Below I have the reaction of Ryan after losing his damn near his whole family and then being blamed for the school shootings in conneticut. Newtown like Columbine and the various "Pleasantvilles" in America is a town filled with doctors, lawyers, and GE workers. This dirt Ball Adam Lanza lived in the House on the Hills woke up and shot his MAMA in the face.

WTF there is no MAYBE anyone who kills there mother is as his aunt said "obviously disturbed" however he is not disturbed enough to have been a HONOR STUDENT.  He was just plane cray, coo coo, bat shi*. Stop Making excuses for crazy people and get them help. Yeah just look em up like "Blacks and hispanics" because, Im sure they have no mental problems (wink wink) they are just plane criminal so Adam is Plane Crazy. So at 12:29am EST LA times and the others have not corrected there poor reporting habits. even I know it was Adam sheeeesh correct the story already. Another myth is that his mom was a teacher FALSE she was a volunteer probally a cafeteria lady or crossing guard who loked tending to her lawn and rolling dice.  So what did we learn from Dyce The P today? KILLING BABIES IS CRAZY and there is a such thing as Plane Crazy, and this joker shouldnt get a "autistic card". One


pm, Fri Dec 14, 2012.



WASHINGTON (AP) — The man suspected of killing his mother and then gunning down more than two dozen people Friday at the Connecticut elementary school where she taught may have suffered from a personality disorder, law enforcement officials said.Adam Lanza killed his mother at their home before driving her car to Sandy Hook Elementary School with three weapons — two handguns and a .223-caliber rifle — and carrying out the massacre and killing himself, officials said. Investigators were trying to learn as much as possible about the 20-year-old and questioned his older brother, who is not believed to have any involvement in the rampage.So far, authorities have not spoken publicly of any possible motive. Witnesses said the shooter didn't utter a word.
Adam Lanza and his mother, Nancy, lived in a well-to-do part of Newtown, a prosperous community of 27,000 people about 60 miles northeast of New York City.
A grandmother of the suspect — who is also the mother of the slain teacher — was too distraught to speak when reached by phone at her home in Brooksville, Fla.
"I just don't know, and I can't make a comment right now," Dorothy Hanson, 78, said in a shaky voice as she started to cry. She said she hadn't heard anything official about her daughter and grandsons. She declined to comment further and hung up.
Adam Lanza's older brother, 24-year-old Ryan Lanza of Hoboken, N.J., was being questioned, a law enforcement official said. He told authorities that his brother was believed to suffer from a personality disorder and be "somewhat autistic" and lived with his mother in Connecticut, the official said, speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak on the record about the unfolding investigation.
Ryan Lanza had been extremely cooperative and was not under arrest or in custody, but investigators were still searching his computers and phone records. Ryan Lanza told law enforcement he had not been in touch with his brother since about 2010.
Brett Wilshe, a friend of Ryan Lanza's, said he sent him a Facebook message Friday asking what was going on and if he was OK. According to Wilshe, Lanza's reply was something along the lines of: "It was my brother. I think my mother is dead. Oh my God."
Adam Lanza attended Newtown High School, and several local news clippings from recent years mention his name among the school's honor roll students.
A neighbor in Newtown, Rhonda Cullens, said she knew Nancy Lanza from monthly get-togethers the neighborhood women had a few years back for games of bunco, a dice game.
"She was a very nice lady," Cullens said. "She was just like all the rest of us in the neighborhood, just a regular person."
Cullens recalled that Lanza liked to garden and to make her house look nice for the holidays. Lanza joked, though, that no one noticed because the house was out of view, up a hill, she said.
Sandeep Kapur, who lives two doors down from the Lanza family in Newtown, said he did not know them and was unaware of any disturbances at the Lanza house in the three years that he and his family have been in the neighborhood.
He described the area as a subdivision of well-tended, 15-year-old homes on lots of an acre or more, where many people work at companies like General Electric, Pepsi and IBM. Some are doctors, and his next-door neighbor is a bank CEO, said Kapur, a project manager at an information technology firm.
"The neighborhood's great. We have young kids, and they have lots of friends," he said. "If you drive past this neighborhood, it gives you a really warm feeling."

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Keyser reported from Chicago.
pm, Fri Dec 14, 2012. Police: Suspected Conn. shooter Adam Lanza may have had personality disorder Associated Press | WASHINGTON (AP) — The man suspected of killing his mother and then gunning down more than two dozen people Friday at the Connecticut elementary school where she taught may have suffered from a personality disorder, law enforcement officials said. Adam Lanza killed his mother at their home before driving her car to Sandy Hook Elementary School with three weapons — two handguns and a .223-caliber rifle — and carrying out the massacre and killing himself, officials said. Investigators were trying to learn as much as possible about the 20-year-old and questioned his older brother, who is not believed to have any involvement in the rampage. So far, authorities have not spoken publicly of any possible motive. Witnesses said the shooter didn't utter a word. Adam Lanza and his mother, Nancy, lived in a well-to-do part of Newtown, a prosperous community of 27,000 people about 60 miles northeast of New York City. A grandmother of the suspect — who is also the mother of the slain teacher — was too distraught to speak when reached by phone at her home in Brooksville, Fla. "I just don't know, and I can't make a comment right now," Dorothy Hanson, 78, said in a shaky voice as she started to cry. She said she hadn't heard anything official about her daughter and grandsons. She declined to comment further and hung up. Adam Lanza's older brother, 24-year-old Ryan Lanza of Hoboken, N.J., was being questioned, a law enforcement official said. He told authorities that his brother was believed to suffer from a personality disorder and be "somewhat autistic" and lived with his mother in Connecticut, the official said, speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak on the record about the unfolding investigation. Ryan Lanza had been extremely cooperative and was not under arrest or in custody, but investigators were still searching his computers and phone records. Ryan Lanza told law enforcement he had not been in touch with his brother since about 2010. Brett Wilshe, a friend of Ryan Lanza's, said he sent him a Facebook message Friday asking what was going on and if he was OK. According to Wilshe, Lanza's reply was something along the lines of: "It was my brother. I think my mother is dead. Oh my God." Adam Lanza attended Newtown High School, and several local news clippings from recent years mention his name among the school's honor roll students. A neighbor in Newtown, Rhonda Cullens, said she knew Nancy Lanza from monthly get-togethers the neighborhood women had a few years back for games of bunco, a dice game. "She was a very nice lady," Cullens said. "She was just like all the rest of us in the neighborhood, just a regular person." Cullens recalled that Lanza liked to garden and to make her house look nice for the holidays. Lanza joked, though, that no one noticed because the house was out of view, up a hill, she said. Sandeep Kapur, who lives two doors down from the Lanza family in Newtown, said he did not know them and was unaware of any disturbances at the Lanza house in the three years that he and his family have been in the neighborhood. He described the area as a subdivision of well-tended, 15-year-old homes on lots of an acre or more, where many people work at companies like General Electric, Pepsi and IBM. Some are doctors, and his next-door neighbor is a bank CEO, said Kapur, a project manager at an information technology firm. "The neighborhood's great. We have young kids, and they have lots of friends," he said. "If you drive past this neighborhood, it gives you a really warm feeling." ___ Keyser reported from Chicago. pm, Fri Dec 14, 2012. Police: Suspected Conn. shooter Adam Lanza may have had personality disorder Associated Press | WASHINGTON (AP) — The man suspected of killing his mother and then gunning down more than two dozen people Friday at the Connecticut elementary school where she taught may have suffered from a personality disorder, law enforcement officials said. Adam Lanza killed his mother at their home before driving her car to Sandy Hook Elementary School with three weapons — two handguns and a .223-caliber rifle — and carrying out the massacre and killing himself, officials said. Investigators were trying to learn as much as possible about the 20-year-old and questioned his older brother, who is not believed to have any involvement in the rampage. So far, authorities have not spoken publicly of any possible motive. Witnesses said the shooter didn't utter a word. Adam Lanza and his mother, Nancy, lived in a well-to-do part of Newtown, a prosperous community of 27,000 people about 60 miles northeast of New York City. A grandmother of the suspect — who is also the mother of the slain teacher — was too distraught to speak when reached by phone at her home in Brooksville, Fla. "I just don't know, and I can't make a comment right now," Dorothy Hanson, 78, said in a shaky voice as she started to cry. She said she hadn't heard anything official about her daughter and grandsons. She declined to comment further and hung up. Adam Lanza's older brother, 24-year-old Ryan Lanza of Hoboken, N.J., was being questioned, a law enforcement official said. He told authorities that his brother was believed to suffer from a personality disorder and be "somewhat autistic" and lived with his mother in Connecticut, the official said, speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak on the record about the unfolding investigation. Ryan Lanza had been extremely cooperative and was not under arrest or in custody, but investigators were still searching his computers and phone records. Ryan Lanza told law enforcement he had not been in touch with his brother since about 2010. Brett Wilshe, a friend of Ryan Lanza's, said he sent him a Facebook message Friday asking what was going on and if he was OK. According to Wilshe, Lanza's reply was something along the lines of: "It was my brother. I think my mother is dead. Oh my God." Adam Lanza attended Newtown High School, and several local news clippings from recent years mention his name among the school's honor roll students. A neighbor in Newtown, Rhonda Cullens, said she knew Nancy Lanza from monthly get-togethers the neighborhood women had a few years back for games of bunco, a dice game. "She was a very nice lady," Cullens said. "She was just like all the rest of us in the neighborhood, just a regular person." Cullens recalled that Lanza liked to garden and to make her house look nice for the holidays. Lanza joked, though, that no one noticed because the house was out of view, up a hill, she said. Sandeep Kapur, who lives two doors down from the Lanza family in Newtown, said he did not know them and was unaware of any disturbances at the Lanza house in the three years that he and his family have been in the neighborhood. He described the area as a subdivision of well-tended, 15-year-old homes on lots of an acre or more, where many people work at companies like General Electric, Pepsi and IBM. Some are doctors, and his next-door neighbor is a bank CEO, said Kapur, a project manager at an information technology firm. "The neighborhood's great. We have young kids, and they have lots of friends," he said. "If you drive past this neighborhood, it gives you a really warm feeling." ___ Keyser reported from Chicago.

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