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I do agree that giving a toddler a real gun to play with is definitely irresponsible, there is no argument there, but what is the context you are trying to determine here? The toddler being given a real gun to handle and chew, or that this is somehow connected to what he did when older?
i've been on sites like this for too long.... can we be sure it's really him?
And the Proud Parents of the NRA Award goes to...
A chilling photograph of small boy, gnawing on a pistol clutched in his tiny hands, dressed in camouflage and with a grenade and ammunition belt in his lap, was recovered from the weapon-filled home of the Sandy Hook school killer Adam Lanza.
The picture, released as part of the final police report into America's worst school massacre, shows a toddler who looks barely half the age of the six- and seven-year-old children shot dead in their classrooms last December.
It was unclear whether the child in the uncaptioned photograph was Lanza or his older brother Ryan, both of whom were reportedly taught to shoot almost as soon as they could hold a weapon by their mother Nancy, a gun fanatic.
The image, which shows an open gunrack with at least eight weapons behind the toddler, was part of more than 7,000 pages of documents, photographs videos and audio recordings made public by the Connecticut authorities.
Among the most shocking details was that 15 bodies were discovered packed "like sardines" in a bathroom where they had desperately sought shelter but were unable to shut the door. The carnage inside the school was so horrific that when paramedics arrived, police tried to screen the crews for those who would be capable of handling the scene. "This will be the worst day of your life," Sgt William Cario warned one, according to the documents.
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