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reply to post by ~Lucidity
It probably didn't help that the killer had a dad like that. What a piece of....
What about what James Casbolt said in one of those "BASES" interviews on YouTube about how he felt bad about what went down in Newtown. He never admitted having anything to do with it but simultaneously talks about "super soldier" gigs he got assassinating people here in the states. As soon as he started talking things went south for him.
Why were there 3-4 car doors open of the car in front of the school, if it was only one person who did it?
I think there's much more to the story and this "dad" can talk all he wants. He wasn't there to know, was he?
reply to post by NickDC202
I agree with you the guy comes across as a dick. Doesn't take an ounce of responsibility and didn't help the kid out when he most needed him.
Disgusting human being.
reply to post by ~Lucidity
Where is the surveillance tapes?
According to the state's attorney's report, when Adam was in fifth grade he said that he "did not think highly of himself and believed that everyone else in the world deserved more than he did." That year, Adam and another boy wrote a story called "The Big Book of Granny," in which an old woman with a gun in her cane kills wantonly. In the third chapter, Granny and her son want to taxidermy a boy for their mantelpiece. In another chapter, a character called Dora the Berserker says, "I like hurting people. . . . Especially children." Adam tried to sell copies of the book at school and got in trouble.
In September 2010, Peter said he saw his son for the last time.
"He does not want to see you. I have been trying to reason with him to no avail. I don't know what to do," Nancy wrote in an email.
"I was hurt," Peter said in reply. "I never expected that I would never talk to him again. I thought it was a matter of when."
Oh I'm on that same fence. Maybe even on the other side I'd lean on the guy, but the MSM won't
reply to post by gardener
I am among those who still believe there's a very good chance there was something extremely weird about that whole thing. On the fence but leaning harder.
reply to post by Bilk22
Just a little over a year. Seems like longer, doesn't it? I'm sure he laid low. I wonder if he got any of the "victim fund" money. Kinda doubt it.edit on 3/10/2014 by ~Lucidity because: (no reason given)
reply to post by Grimpachi
Where are the surveillance tapes that show him with a rifle,driving up in the minivan, or him entering the building?
I guess they threw it into the ocean with emmanuel bin ladenstein.