Skip to comments.Lanza Beaten by Sandy Hook Classmates: Source
Posted on 04/17/2013 9:31:50 AM PDT by Morgana
(Newser) The New York Daily News calls it an "exclusive" and the Huffington Post calls it a "possible motive": As a child, Adam Lanza was bullied and even beaten by his fellow students at Sandy Hook Elementary School, a relative of Nancy Lanza tells the Daily News. Nancy Lanza was so angry over the situation and her perception that teachers ignored the abuse that she considered a lawsuit, the relative claims. "She was convinced the school wasn't doing enough to protect Adam. It made her irate."
In the family member's telling, Nancy would ask Adam, who came home "with bruises all over his body," what happened, but he would not respond. "He would just sit there," the relative says. At one point, Nancy even accompanied him to school to try and catch his classmates attacking him. The relative says Adam seemed to have emotional problems after his time at Sandy Hook. (Meanwhile, more details have emerged on why the gun shop that sold to Nancy Lanza lost its license.)
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If he had Aspergers, as some speculated, being passive while being beaten is within normal behaviour of somebody having Aspergers, just so that you know.
The gun control vote is in danger of not passing QUICK! Another Newtown story STAT!!!
Wait, his assault rifle didn’t whisper in his ear?
And then you have to ask the question...Why did the ATF let him off the hook 500 times? (Might be a very rich ATF dude out there. Almost like a protection racket.
It hard to imagine a store that sloppy.
Of course, bullying is another current pet subject of the loony left, so this is a surefire win-win for them!
When I was in grammar screwell I gave a well deserved shiner to kid who tried to bully me. He later joined his father in the lucrative New York City trash removal industry. He was latter convicted of “manslaughter” in the killing of a business associate.
Some years later he was convicted for racketeering, for various violations of law. One thing he did was represent his company as a licensed bio-waste removal company, when he had no such license and merely disposed of bio-waste in the normal trash flow. Paging Dr. Gosnell. He also was charged with intimidating both customers and competitors of his commercial trash disposal businesses (there were several), which were branded as “environmental” contractors. So, the environmental mafia is real. The government complaint against him included descriptions of him and his “associate” barging into victims’ offices and “explaining” things to them.
Pardon me, if I skip my grammar screwell reunions.
LOL! They are pathetic.
Then he killed her, too. A whole bunch of innocent people. Makes no sense to me.
I could see someone flipping out and killing a tormenter or two or three. But none of the dead ever did a thing to him. So it's hard for me to buy this explanation that he was picked on. He was just evil and now, I hope, he resides in Hell.
Not that this in any way whatsoever justifies what Lanza did, but if true, makes it all the more tragic. :(
Did the kid leave you alone after you popped him?
A bunch of high school boys gang rape this gal at a party which gets out of control. A few years later, she methodically tacks them down one by one and puts a bullet in them. Clint, the detective, is in hot pursuit of these multiple seemingly random murders and discovers the link just before she kills the last guy, the only one of the group who had turned into a semi-worthwhile human being. He tries to buy her off to no avail.
Clint arrests her shortly thereafter, hears her side of the story, tosses the murder weapon into a trash can and lets her go.
The article also mentions that he released firearms before the background checks had come in. This might not be exactly what it seems. I can't speak for CT, but here in MD we had a period of time when the State Police advised FFLs that since a 7 day waiting period was te letter of the law, they could release a handgun to the customer after 7 days even in the absence of a completed state background check. The State Police later reversed their policy, but not before some FFLs had released handguns with incomplete background checks. (The current wait here is 40-60 days, BTW.)
Man, and I thought it sucked buying a handgun in Maryland in the 80’s.
I frequent 2 shops here in NM that have been in business over 40 years each. Both sell considerable numbers and manage to keep the paperwork right. Never had a audit that was less than 100% correct. It’s all about having a system and sticking to it.
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