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Why Adam Lanza went on his murderous shooting rampage at a Newtown, Connecticut elementary school nearly a year ago may never be known.

That was the conclusion of prosecutors Monday, as revealed in a report that closed out their exhaustive investigation into the Sandy Hook tragedy.

Adam Lanza, 20, killed 20 Sandy Hook Elementary School first-graders, six educators, his mother and himself to death on December 14 of last year.

According to the summary report by the lead investigator, State's Attorney Stephen Sedensky III, there was no indication Lanza would've done this.

Lanza was obsessed with mass murders and the 1999 Columbine High School shooting in particular, but never discussed replicating such massacres.

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Adam Lanza’s mother considered suing Sandy Hook Elementary School, according to a new report, due to the intense bullying her son endured there.

Nancy Lanza reportedly believed teachers at the Newtown, Conn., school turned a blind eye to beatings and taunts Adam suffered from his classmates.

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A relative, speaking to the N.Y. Daily News, claimed that mass murderer Lanza was ridiculed and attacked by fellow students at his boyhood alma mater.

“Nancy felt fiercely protective of him,” the relative said. “She was convinced the school wasn’t doing enough to protect Adam. It made her irate.”

She was gunned down by 20-year-old Adam Lanza on December 14, 2012. He then drove her car to Sandy Hook Elementary and killed 26 people.

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Several photos of Adam Lanza, accused Newtown, Conn., school shooter, have emerged, along with information about the troubled youth's past.

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Adam Lanza was spending more time alone in the months leading up to the mass shooting as his mother, Nancy Lanza, encouraged him to be independent.

He suffered from mental disabilities, a joint Hartford Courant/Frontline investigation reports in a new documentary, entitled "Raising Adam Lanza."

The Lanza documentary airs Tuesday night on PBS. In it reporters from the Courant attempt to retrace the steps taken by Nancy and Adam in recent years.

What they found complicates the picture that has occasionally appeared in the media of Nancy as a gun obsessed mother who was in denial about her son.

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Adam Lanza's body has been claimed for burial.

More than two weeks after the Connecticut 20-year-old open fire and killed 28 people, including himself, the medical examiner's office says his body was claimed.

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They didn't say who claimed him, where he would be buried, if he would receive a funeral or really anything else about what will happen to the mass murderer.

Even The New York Times came up short on details as "calls and messages to family members and a spokesman were not immediately returned on Sunday."

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Connecticut's top medical examiner wants to analyze the DNA of Adam Lanza in an attempt to learn more about what may have caused him to do what he did.

The 20-year-old was responsible for the Newtown, Conn., school massacre that left 20 children and six adults dead; he also killed his mother and himself.

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The University of Connecticut genetics lab has offered to help analyze Lanza's DNA, but the goal is not to find a single diagnostic gene tied to violence.

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“I am a victim,” Ryan Lanza, the 24-year-old brother of Newtown killer Adam Lanza, supposedly told the New York Post yesterday in a Facebook chat.

“I loss [sic] my mom and brother.”

However, a spokesman for the family blames an imposter for hacking Ryan's Facebook page and says Ryan did not post the messages in this story.

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In a Facebook photo tribute, Ryan Lanza appeared to have shared a smiling image of his younger brother, Adam Lanza, smiling. “R.I.P.,” he wrote.

"I will miss you bro. I will always love you as long as I live."

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Teenage Adam Lanza would come in for a haircut about every six weeks without speaking or looking at anyone and always accompanied by his mother.

That's according to stylists at a salon in Newtown, Connecticut, where Lanza gunned down 28 people last week, including his mother and himself.

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He stopped coming in a few years ago, and employees at the salon thought he had moved away, said Bob Skuba, who reflected on his former client.

The comments from Skuba and his colleagues were among the first describing how the Nancy and Adam Lanza, who was 20, interacted with each other.

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Could Adam Lanza's motive for last week's sickening Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting have been fear of being committed to a psychiatric facility?

Nancy Lanza, the 20-year-old's mother, was in the process of having her son committed when he went on the killing spree, a lifelong family acquaintance said.

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A senior law enforcement official also confirmed that Adam Lanza's anger over his mother's plan is being investigated as a possible motive for the massacre.

Lanza killed 28 people - himself, his mother, six adults and 20 children - in Newtown, Conn., marking one of the worst mass murders in recent memory.

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What is on Adam Lanza's hard drive? It looks like we may never find out.

Before Friday’s elementary school shooting in Newtown, Conn., the 20-year-old allegedly removed his computer disk drive and smashed it, according to The Hartford Courant.

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It will be difficult to recover any data, authorities and tech experts say.

Two sources told the paper the hard drive was “broken in pieces.” ABC News reports it “appeared to have been badly damaged with a hammer or screwdriver.”

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Plenty of fingers have been and will continue to be pointed in the aftermath of the Connecticut school shooting, but could Adam Lanza's parents have ever seen this coming?

Their 2008 divorce papers reveal nothing that would indicate their son had serious mental issues, however, there may have been some warning signs.

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A mediator who worked with the couple recalled his mother saying she didn't like to leave him alone and that his parents went out of their way to accommodate him.

Marriage therapist Paula Levy said that during about 10 two-hour sessions, Nancy and Peter Lanza were respectful of each other and concerned about their son.

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