Adam Lanza Guns, Weapons Training Came From Mom

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Connecticut school shooter Adam Lanza learned everything he knew about firearms - and obtained the ones he used in Friday morning's massacre - from his mother.

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    on right picture is RYAN LANZA!



    Appalled that you stated he took 27 innocent lives. He took 26 innocent lives. And as the coward that he was he took his own life which was far from innocent. Report the facts please.

    @ ACE_sweetpea

    No, he is right...26 does include his mother, 27th was him..and he shouldn't be included in the innocent lives.

    @ ACE_sweetpea

    with his mother included, it's 27

    @ ACE_sweetpea

    You forgot his mother!


    Big FRELLIN deal!!! I got taken to the gun range all the time. In fact, caried my own revolver at the age of six ... never hurt a soul.

    Good job trying to demonize the mother for that though.

    @ Tucker

    am totally with you tucker. this report seems to be trying to demonise the mom and it should not be so since no one knows the facts yet. there's no shame or blame in teaching your kids about fire arms

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