posted on Mar, 28 2013 @ 11:18 AM
From the local Connecticut News Agency, this story has been posted:
CTNow.com: Lanza Had Arsenal Of Guns, Ammunition, Swords,
Some interesting snippets from the story, when extracted and put together, do seem to indicate a lone gunman, escalated/aided by his "Prepper"
mother, and his reclusive behavior.
They found journals that Lanza kept, although the warrants do not provide details of what they said.
Now, I wonder what was written in these journals, and who wrote them? Will there be an independent handwriting analysis done, outside the police
Investigators found a gun safe open and with no indication that it had been broken into. In one warrant, there is also a reference to a gun safe
in Adam Lanza's bedroom...
Makes one question how many gun safes were in the house, and who had access?
They also found a bank check to Adam Lanza from his mother for "the purchase of a C183 (firearm)," one of the warrants states. Although
investigators identified the "C183" as a firearm, it is unclear if any such weapon with that designation is made.
Thanks Mom for being such a good parent here!
The biggest leak came two weeks ago when Col. Danny Stebbins attended a conference and told a group of police chiefs that investigators found a
4-foot by 7-foot spreadsheet with a detailed listing of mass murderers, including how many they had killed and what weapons they had used.
There is no mention of a spreadsheet in the warrant.
Which means this alleged spreadsheet might reveal more connections that the police are not comfortable admitting. Also, was the alleged spreadsheet
only a local copy or in-the-cloud?
The story still has lots of twists and turns, and I'm sure Hollywood is salivating at the possibility of a made-for-TV movie on this (lots of
advertising $$ at stake here).