posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 11:34 AM
Given the fact that there were bullet holes in cars outside of the school we can draw a few conclusions from that and maybe reconstruct the incident
for ourselves based on a little logic.
Lanza fights with his mom late on the evening prior to the incident
Lanza kills her either very early in the morning or shortly after she goes to bed.
He then gears up and fills his car with his supplies.
He takes most of the guns he has ammo for
Drives to the school.
Gains entry either through force or rouse
Shoots up the office then goes to one of the rooms and shoots up the students and teacher
He then begins to leave the school and shoots at teachers or facillty in the parking lot.
He hears approaching police sirens so he goes back into the school knowing he cannot escape.
At that point it would be possible for him to leave his rifle in the trunk of his car.
He goes back into the school possibly shooting at others and then kills himself when he hears or sees officers in the building.
Now just a few things to consider about the guns. The AR-15 and a couple of other guns that use .223 /5.56mm ammo are also available in a pistol
configuration. Its the exact same action it just has a shorter barrel and no buttstock. It legally is a pistol and cannot legally be converted to a
rifle without proper registration with the ATF under NFA rules. So the police would be correct in reporting that he had 4 pistols but the victims were
all killed with .223 rounds if he used one of these AR-15 pistols. As I pointed out however its also possible that he did indeed return to his car
planning on leaving but then returned into the school when he realized that was not going to happen.
Someone pointed out a bullet hole in a vehicle that was "inside out" That could be from a round that entered the vehicle through a broken window and
then exited the other side of the vehicle. 5.56 despite what you hear from gun grabbing politicians is a weak round but it still has enough velocity
to cut through the thin metal and plastic of modern cars.
edit on 3-1-2013 by Dragoon01 because: spelling