posted on Nov, 26 2013 @ 04:52 PM
My source www.ct.gov...
In the 2002-2003 school year, when the shooter was in the fifth grade, he was quiet, reluctant, very bright and had good ideas regarding creative
writing. He wouldn’t necessarily engage in conversation, but wouldn’t ignore one. There was no recollection of him being bullied or teased.
2. The fifth grade was also the year that, related to a class project, the shooter produced the “Big Book of Granny” in which the main
character has a gun in her cane and shoots people.
The story includes violence against children. There is no indication this was ever handed in to
Alright, so this should be an immediate red flag to any sensible adult, parent or school counselor. Also since it was never handed into the school I
am lead to believe the parents said no..no..no we're not letting you turn this in.
Source 2 www.ct.gov...
Here we get into the contents -- one cannot be sure if it's the entirety of the work, but this is what we're provided with. I did not censor any
names, this is directly from the official report listed above.
*with these 3 above pictures please make sure you click on them to enlarge and get a full screen viewing so you can read the fine print for
now who in the world do you think a young 5th grade adam lanza would of felt comfortable enough with to write such a book? hmm? why is the co-author
Thanks for your time
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