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I mean seriously........look for yourself.

 

 

 

 

 

Newtown gunman spent more than 150 rounds, killed victims within 5 minutes

Published March 28, 2013

FoxNews.com

 

In less than five minutes, a gunman shot his way into Sandy Hook Elementary School and killed 26 people inside, then took his own life, leaving more than 150 spent rounds in his wake, according to documents released Thursday.

Danbury State's Attorney Stephen Sedensky says Adam Lanza killed 20 first-graders and six adults using a Bushmaster .223-caliber rifle before taking his own life with a Glock 10-mm. handgun. Sedensky says Lanza had another loaded handgun with him inside the school, as well as three, 30-round magazines for the Bushmaster.

The documents say Lanza was found dead in the school wearing a bulletproof vest and military-style clothing, according to the Associated Press.

A loaded 12-gauge shotgun was found in the glove compartment of the Honda Civic Lanza drove to the school with two magazines containing 70 rounds of Winchester 12-gauge shotgun rounds.

An arsenal of weapons, including guns, more than 1,000 rounds of ammunition, Samurai swords, knives and a bayonet were found in Lanza's Connecticut home following the Dec. 14, 2012, massacre, according to search warrants.

Investigators also found a gun safe belonging to the shooter's mother, Nancy Lanza. There was no evidence the safe had been broken into, according to CTnow.com. Lanza shot and killed his mother prior to the shooting rampage at the school, police said.

The extensive inventory of the evidence seized from Lanza's home and the car he drove to carry out the massacre provided glimpses into the world of the reclusive gunman. Prosecutors until now had made few details available, despite pressure to do so from the governor, who criticized leaks to the press and lawmakers who clamored for more details as they craft legislation on mental health and gun control.

At the house, investigators found books about autism and Asperger's syndrome as well as an NRA guide to pistol shooting.

Police said they found a smashed computer hard drive, a gaming console and a gun safe in Lanza's bedroom. An unnamed source told investigators that Lanza was an avid gamer who played "Call of Duty" and other games and rarely left his home.

Investigators found articles on other shootings and a holiday card containing a check made out to Adam Lanza for the purchase of a firearm, authored by his mother, Nancy Lanza.

Police also found three photographs of an unidentified dead person covered in plastic and blood, according to CTnow.com.

Documents indicate authorities found a brown gun safe with shotgun shells and numerous boxes of bullets. In a bedroom closet, they found ear plugs, a handwritten note regarding ammunition and magazines, paperwork on guns and a metal bayonet.

In a top drawer of a filing cabinet, they found paper targets. In a duffel bag, they found ear and eye protection, binoculars, numerous paper targets and Lanza's NRA certificate.

The search warrants released Thursday made no mention of a massive spreadsheet Lanza reportedly compiled containing extensive research on previous mass murders.

A Danbury Superior Court judge on Wednesday granted a request by Sedensky, the prosecutor overseeing the investigation, to withhold some details. Sedensky asked to redact the name of a witness, saying the person's safety might be jeopardized if the name were disclosed. He also asked that the release not include other information such as telephone numbers, serial numbers on items found and a few paragraphs of an affidavit.

Authorities have said it will take until June or later for the investigation to be completed.

Senate President Donald E. Williams Jr. said this week that legislative leaders hope to review the search warrant documents before finishing work on a bipartisan bill that addresses gun control and other issues related to the massacre.

 

 

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/03/28/warrants-to-be-released-in-newtown-investigation/?test=latestnews#ixzz2Or1IKkT2

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I think it's an AP news feed.

 

Nope. It's a FoxCT story. At the bottom it reads "The AP contributed to this report." Fox owns it. Or the Gov officials own it. Or both.

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Nope. It's a FoxCT story. At the bottom it reads "The AP contributed to this report." Fox owns it. Or the Gov officials own it. Or both.

 

There were erroneous reports coming from every news outlet but if claiming "Fox owns it" makes you feel good about allegiances to Liberal news outlets, have at it.

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There were erroneous reports coming from every news outlet but if claiming "Fox owns it" makes you feel good about allegiances to Liberal news outlets, have at it.

 

Hey, DonnieB, you are the one who cited the source. I agree MSM effs things up. You just got bent and had to defend the god FOXNEWS. Bwahahahahaha.

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Hey, DonnieB, you are the one who cited the source. I agree MSM effs things up. You just got bent and had to defend the god FOXNEWS. Bwahahahahaha.

 

Yeah, that makes sense. I post the source citing it's inaccuracy and you call that defending the source. The Liberal mind is twisted beyond any semblance of logic or reason.

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Yeah, that makes sense. I post the source citing it's inaccuracy and you call that defending the source. The Liberal mind is twisted beyond any semblance of logic or reason.

 

Actually your post/commentary was ambiguous. You made no direct criticism. I merely pointed out the possibilities of who was inaccurate (gummit, MSM or both) then you jumped to the defense of the MSM (in this case Fox).

 

LOL

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Actually your post/commentary was ambiguous. You made no direct criticism. I merely pointed out the possibilities of who was inaccurate (gummit, MSM or both) then you jumped to the defense of the MSM (in this case Fox).

 

LOL

 

LOL........I defended nothing. I simply broadened the scope of your narrow criticism, but that's plain to see for those who will.

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Also he shot 5 full mags of .223 and was carrying another 3. 8 full 30 rd mags are heavy as well as all of the other items they said he had on him. The kid was a bean pole...not sure I buy those ammo "facts".

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LOL........I defended nothing. I simply broadened the scope of your narrow criticism, but that's plain to see for those who will.

 

Really? You broadened the scope? Hmmm>

 

Well, The Washington Post didn't have a shot gun in a "glove box" as Fox News did.

 

 

More to come.

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Oh wait! Neither USA today, nor ABC News nor the Chicago Tribune erroneously had a shot gun in a glove box nor did they have 2 magazines with 70 shotgun rounds.

 

So they got it right, today Fox didn't.

 

Had enough yet?

 

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/sns-rt-us-usa-shooting-connecticutbre92r0em-20130328,0,1283113.story

 

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2013/03/28/newtown-search-warrants-released/2027639/

 

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2013/03/28/newtown-search-warrants-released/2027639/

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