´I am the devil´: Former classmate reveals school gunman had ´online devil worshiping page´ as childhood barber recounts how he never spoke and just stared at floors Daily Mail [U.K.], by Meghan Keneally and Rachel Quigley
The Sandy Hook gunman worshiped the devil and had an online page dedicated to Satan, a former classmate revealed, as his childhood barber recalls Adam Lanza never spoke and would stare at the floor every time he had his hair cut. Lanza´s worshiping page had the word ´Devil´ written in red, Gothic-style letters against a black background, Trevor L. Todd told The National Enquirer, something which he said was ´weird´ and ´gave him the chills´. The FBI are trying to piece together his smashed up hard drive to see if his online footprint will reveal
Check out the 4th photo down (apparently from facebook)in the Daily Mail article. Strange earrings. AND - Why would a mom seek refuge with kindergardeners after taking care of an autistic son 24/24? That doesn´t make sense to me.
Next! How many of these know nothing "authoritative explanations" do we have to endure? Now it´s his "childhood barber"? Oh, please. The police aren´t talking but the folks in the peanut gallery won´t shut up. I´ll wait for the police.
The Mail continues to shop the story about commitment, even though the pastor father of the young man who gave Fox News the hearsay story says that it had not been confirmed. He was "perplexed" that Fox would run such "hearsay" and advised that other news outlets not run with it.
(Article on this from NY Daily News was just posted.)
Exactly -- above poster is correct. A lot of rumor mongering and no real info. What could we get that would be concrete? Hmmm. His voter registration? His church affiliation if he has one. His grades in school. His driving record. But the don´t want that stuff. They want "he had a devil worshipping page ... that ... um ... you can´t really access because he smashed his hard drive ... but I swear it was there!"
It would seem as he became a man, he had outgrown his mother´s ability to take care of her mentally disturbed son as she had when he was a child. She apparently finally realized it and was desperately seeking a good place for him to be properly taken care of but it was too late.
Solving this delima is the problem challenging our society as this pattern is not new and there are no doubt other such disturbed children growing up, leaving their parents to cope as best they can. Compassion for all concerned should consider & provide options for appropriate care of the mentally ill instead of leaving their families to cope or simply leaving them alone on the streets as the current legalities seem to do. American society should obviously not continue a policy of neglect regarding this issue, nor try to politicize it & use it to place blame anywhere else.
Dittos, #6, #8, #11, and #12. The police can stop this by revealing facts just as soon as they are confirmed. With both the suspect and victims dead, there is no legal or privacy reason to delay any release.
For example, if the mother had any connection with the school, even as a volunteer, her name would be on an approved "buzz in" list. Where is it? It should be easy to confirm whether her name was on it or not. What about the hard drive and its conditon? Other records, such as those of the internet service provider, can quickly confirm of debunk the various "theories". Get with it, police, time is important here.
The police have already said that they have strong evidence of the motive, but they haven´t released it. Maybe the kid was an 0bama worshiper. If he had been a tea party guy the media would have blasted that news 24/7 as soon as the info was available and the unionized police would have announced it right away.
I read in the Telegraph that both parents are registered Republicans. It´s actually shocked me that it hasn´t been more at the forefront of the story, but maybe even the MSM knows that´s irrelevant to the son´s actions.
Link to article: http://tinyurl.com/cfane5k
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I love reading the Daily Mail, but it´s a tabloid and I take it with a shaker of salt.
We still don´t know the whole story, so until we do I won´t believe anything I read.
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