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reply to post by alienreality
Who knows what fine print lurks in Obamacare regarding Doctors roles in diagnosing mental health issues and restricting gun ownership.
Care to bet at some point posting certain ideas on the web will disqualify one from exercising the 2nd Amendment?
I'm finding many things in here that contradict other reports:
1) 00041169pdf - 2010 Honda Civic driven by Lanza has a Massachussets registration. Everywhere else it is listed as a Connecticut registration.
He was carrying three weapons including two handguns and a rifle and was wearing a bullet-proof vest, a mask and black military gear.
The rifle was recovered from the back of a car at the school. The two pistols were recovered from inside the school.
reply to post by Asktheanimals
But you also still have this myth of a seven foot by four foot map of school shootings on the wall? Where? The only thing even close is a poster of tanks past and present.
(NEWSER) – Adam Lanza was such an ardent fan of mass murderers that he kept a massive spreadsheet detailing their "accomplishments." Investigators searching the home Lanza shared with his mother found a 7-foot long, 4-foot wide spreadsheet—apparently printed using a special printer—listing roughly 500 past shooters, including their names, the number of people they killed, and the make and model of their guns, a cop briefed on the findings tells the New York Daily News. "They don't believe this was just a spreadsheet," he says. "They believe it was a score sheet."
Nancy was banned from going in Adam's room yet had she popped her head round the door just once she would have seen a 7ft by 4ft poster on the wall with the top 500 mass killings of all time, ranked by fatalities. - See more at: www.njnewsday.com... h-one-of-most-hated-names-in-america.html#sthash.16gtcksA.dpuf