Tuesday, 8 January 2013

Direct link betw. Lanza & Satanism SH? - Or planted story?

(Please also read post of Dec. 9, 2012, on pre-planning)
And post of Dec. 18 -- specifically on pedophilia and Vatican connection as revealed through Washington Post




Of course, I am aware (as some Bible-thumping people are not) that a person can refer to him/herself as the devil, and be obsessed with such things emotionally only or superficially in terms of not being an active cult member, and that such interests do not necessarily make you "evil".

But take a gander at this:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2250608/Adam-Lanzas-classmate-reveals-Sandy-Hook-gunman-online-devil-worshiping-page.html

Where is that Internet page? or its history?
Did Lanza's friend in high school get chills looking at it just because it had the word Satan on it, or was it really a promotion for a group, and thus had some oomph, whether the friend knew it consciously or not?

And in spite of his computer and hard drive smashed (purportedly by him), where's his Internet history somewhere? His mother had a Facebook page, but what of the rest about her? ALL erased? No track?

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And his mother's teacher's certificate ...
though the story changed from her being a teacher at the school,
to a teacher,
to a stay-at-home mother only --
we should have a teacher's certificate, in fact:

for the Nurse, Sally Cox said she was a great kindergarten teacher!
I know it was not necessarily at the same school but somewhere she was a teacher -- where?

Yet the School board said she didn't work there and they didn't know of her at all.

SO WHO'S LYING? ONE OF THEM HAS TO BE, unless she worked elsewhere and the nurse was speaking from an impression, not from seeing her teach. AND SUPPOSEDLY LANZA "might have been" upset thinking his Mom cared more for the kids than for him.

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The Satanism article with Lanza is copied here (#1) and below it is an article on Lanza's "basement lair" with guns and "Call of Duty" video game obsession (#2):



1. (Article has hypertext in body text, which I have noted here and given all photos/ credit descriptions -- in square brackets) 



'I am the devil': Former classmate reveals school gunman had 'online devil worshiping page' as childhood barber recounts how he never spoke and just stared at floors


Medical examiner enlists help of geneticist to see if there is a biological reason behind massacre
Newtown resident raises possibility that Adam Lanza, 20, was angry and may have snapped over mother's possible plans to commit him
Nancy Lanza, 52, was shot to death in her own bed by her son before the Sandy Hook killings
Lanza killed 20 children and six adults in the school before killing himself as police closed in

By Meghan Keneally and Rachel Quigley
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2250608/Adam-Lanzas-classmate-reveals-Sandy-Hook-gunman-online-devil-worshiping-page.html
PUBLISHED: 16:05 GMT, 19 December 2012 | UPDATED: 16:51 GMT, 19 December 2012
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The Sandy Hook gunman worshiped the devil and had an online page dedicated to Satan, a former classmate revealed, as his childhood barber recalls Adam Lanza never spoke and would stare at the floor every time he had his hair cut.

Lanza's worshiping page had the word 'Devil' written in red, Gothic-style letters against a black background, Trevor L. Todd told The National Enquirer, something which he said was 'weird' and 'gave him the chills'.

The FBI are trying to piece together his smashed up hard drive to see if his online footprint will reveal any motive for the killing, but they strongly believe he made use of devil-worshiping and suicide sites and boasted of his murder plans on message forums.

Adam Lanza's childhood barber Bob Skuba revealed today that Nancy Lanza stopped bringing her son in for haircuts a few years ago so he thought he had moved away from the area.


[2 Photos, Adam Lanza on left, Nancy Lanza, mother, on right:

Left: of Adam looking blanked out, and with blue background, facing camera, jaw slack, eyes buggy. Credit given on overlay on photo: copyright symbol "Photo supplied by INFphoto.com". Photo looks unnatural photography, bad quality, possibly blown up from a student card or similar?

Right: of Adam's mother, smiling, on right, with right hand up to brow, outside, on a boat, a paisley scarf around her neck.]
[Caption follows:]
Time was running out: Nancy Lanza was searching for other places to have her son Adam educated and traveled all over the world to find something suitable



He told CNN that Adam would never speak or even look at him any time he came in for a cut, which was every six weeks for years.

'It’s just weird that I actually touched him. I'd tried to joke with him,' Skuba said. 'He wouldn’t even look at me. He would just be looking down at the tiles the whole time.

'I wish I would have killed him then. Or he should have killed himself a long time ago. He would have saved us all the trouble.

'I should have slit and stabbed him by accident. It would have been a lot better for those people.'

Cutting Adam Lanza’s hair 'was a very long half an hour. It was a very uncomfortable situation', stylist Diane Harty said.

She said that she never heard his voice even once and that Nancy, a divorcee, also hardly spoke - only to tell Adam what to do as he would not listen to anyone else.




[Photo: Street scene with Newtown High School sign in right foreground. Overlay on photo says: copyright symbol "Reuters"]
[Caption follows:]
Weird: A former classmate of Adam Lanza while they were at Newtown High School said he had online page worshiping the devil



It also emerged today that the chief medical examiner in the massacre is enlisting the help of a geneticist to see if they can find a biological motive behind why the 'troubled genius' shot dead 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School on Friday.

Dr H. Wayne Carver says he wants to know if there is any identifiable disease associated with the behavior of the shooter, especially as Asperger's syndrome - which Adam is thought to have suffered from - is not associated with violent behavior.

'I’m exploring with the department of genetics what might be possible, if anything is possible,' Dr Carver said. 'Is there any identifiable disease associated with this behavior?'

He is also awaiting toxicology results.



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[Insert from newspaper itself: links advertising other articles:]

More...
* Pictured: Astonishing arsenal of guns collected by cops in buyback program in America's deadliest city
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2250233/Sandy-Hook-shooting-Buyback-program-Camden-New-Jersey-collects-record-number-guns.html ]
* Sandy Hook gunman 'feared his mother was planning to have him committed to psychiatric home and targeted the children that she loved more than him'
[ http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2250326/Adam-Lanza-afraid-mother-planning-involuntarily-committed-psychiatric-home-targeted-children-loved-loved-him.html
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Clare Kuehn, of this blog site notes:
In this article, there's a section as follows:

"Police are still searching for the motive of Adam Lanza's killing spree, but one working theory is that he was angry that his mother was planning to commit him to a psychiatric facility because he was becoming too difficult for her to handle alone.

Given his decision to kill his mother Nancy while she lay sleeping in her bed at their Connecticut home and then drive to his former elementary school to purposefully kill innocent children, there had to be a strong connection in his mind between his anger and the school.

Nancy, 52, was thought to volunteer at Sandy Hook Elementary School, and so the theory extends to the fact that Adam felt he loved those children more than she loved him, since she was planning to send him away."
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* Lanza's mental state is vital as to why he may have committed one of the worst mass shootings in American history.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2250173/Nancy-Lanza-Her-time-running-Sandy-Hook-shooters-mom-feared-end-coming-discovering-dark-family-secret.html ]

[End of Daily Mail's inserted links to other articles] <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<




Another working theory is that he was angry that his mother was planning to commit him to a psychiatric facility because he was becoming too difficult for her to handle alone.

Given his decision to kill his mother Nancy while she lay sleeping in her bed at their Connecticut home and then drive to his former elementary school to purposefully kill innocent children, there had to be a strong connection in his mind between his anger and the school.

Nancy, 52, was thought to volunteer at Sandy Hook Elementary School, and so the theory extends to the fact that Adam felt he loved those children more than she loved him, since she was planning to send him away.



[Photo: Showing police car driving away from Nancy Lanza's 1.6 million dollar home. Overlay says: copyright symbol "AP"]
[Caption follows:]
It is thought that Nancy wanted to downsize and find a place for Adam to go to college as she was tired of home schooling the troubled 20-year-old


[Photo: Showing Nancy Lanza outside, seemingly on same boat trip as photo above in article. She has on same paisley scarf, is on left, smiling with eyes shut now, camera looking back toward shore. Overlay: copyright symbol "Facebook".]
[Caption follows:]
Struggling: Various family friends have said that she warned that you could never turn your back on Adam while he was in your care, explaining why it may have been taking a toll on her prompting for her to look for options


A friend told the New York Post [ http://www.nypost.com/p/news/national/playtime_in_den_of_doom_vYB2VlXSBEW8Di7pMo1leJ ] that Nancy was overwhelmed.

'It was really hard for her as a single mother. It’s hard enough raising an autistic child, just me and my wife. I couldn’t imagine doing it alone,' said Rich Collins, 54, a Lanza family friend who has an autistic son, Jeffrey, 17.

'I think it’s important to get the part of the story out — that an unmarried woman was trying to raise an autistic child on her own. I think she needed more support.'



Fox News [ http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/12/18/fear-being-committed-may-have-caused-connecticut-madman-to-snap/ ]quotes a neighborhood figure, whose father works as the pastor of an area church, as saying that the 20-year-old shooter found out that his mother was in the legal process of having him committed and was upset.

That news, coupled with his jealousy of the time she allegedly spent with a group of kindergarteners at Sandy Hook, is thought to have served as the basis of the killing.

A number of factors are still unconfirmed in the theory, and it appears that they may remain as such for some time.

Records of conservatorship filings, which Nancy Lanza would have needed to make in order to commit her son since he is over 18-years-old, are sealed by the courts so if any such filings were made they will not be released publicly.

'Adam Lanza believed she cared more for the children than she did for him, and the reason he probably thought this (was the fact that) she was petitioning for conservatorship and wanted to have him committed,' Joshua Flashman told Fox News.





[Photo: Kindergarten class photo. No Overlay: no credit.]
[Caption follows:]
Targeted: All but one of the students in this first grade class were killed by gunman Adam Lanza, prompting the theory that he chose them because his mother worked with that group as a volunteer

[Photo: 3 young women, facing away from camera, bottom left. Fire hall -- presumed by most to be school -- in background. Sandy Hook School Established 1959 sign with balloons in foreground; it's on the turn-off to the school dead end road, in front of the fire hall, not the school. Fire truck and fire hall's US flag in background in front of fire hall. Overlay: copyright symbol "AP".]
[Caption follows:]
Unanswered questions: It is still unclear what Nancy Lanza's connection was to Sandy Hook Elementary School, though it is confirmed that Adam attended it as a child



One of the biggest questions remaining ever since the shooting was reported on Friday was Nancy's connection to the school which was clearly singled out as a target by Adam.

The majority of his shooting was limited to the reception, where he forced his way into the building and killed those standing in his way, and then to a single first grade classroom.

Those children are thought to be the ones that Nancy grew close with during the last academic year, when they were in kindergarten.

Initial reports immediately after the shooting claimed that Nancy was a full time or even substitute teacher at the elementary school, though as the chaos of the day slowed, school officials said that she was not on any records of having worked there in any formal capacity.

That option leaves the possibility open that she volunteered her time with the young children, though school board member Cody McCubbin could not confirm that role when asked by MailOnline.

That was echoed by Lillian Bittman, a former school board member who told the Wall Street Journal [ http://blogs.wsj.com/metropolis/2012/12/14/details-emerge-about-family-of-suspected-newtown-school-gunman/?KEYWORDS=TAMER+EL-GHOBASHY ] : ‘No one has heard of her. Teachers don’t know her.’

Though the court records will never back up the claim that Nancy was trying to have her son committed, her actions do lend credence to the idea because she had spent much time over the course of this year traveling to different schools to find a suitable place to send Adam.

Former babysitters of Adam's said that she warned that she could never turn her back on the young boy, meaning that when she went to visit prospective schools, Adam was either with her or very aware of the fact that she had gone shopping for his next home.

In a Facebook conversation between Nancy and her former sister-in-law Marsha, Nancy revealed that she had wanted to downsize from her $1.4million home in Newtown.

'I am still in the same place but getting to the point where I may want a smaller house. I travel a lot, spend time with friends, work with a couple of charities,' she wrote in one of the messages.

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'HE NEVER SPOKE OR MADE EYE CONTACT': ADAM LANZA'S HAIRSTYLIST SPEAKS OUT ABOUT THE 'UNCOMFORTABLE' APPOINTMENTS

As a teenager, Adam Lanza would come in for a haircut about every six weeks without speaking or looking at anyone and always accompanied by his mother, said stylists at a Newtown salon.

He stopped coming in a few years ago, and the employees at the salon thought he had moved away, said stylist Bob Skuba.




[Photo: Hairstylist cutting hair. Overlay: copyright symbol "AP".]
[Caption follows:]
Adam in the chair: Hairstylist Diane Harty said Adam was difficult to deal with



The comments from him and his colleagues were among the first describing how the Lanzas interacted with each other. Investigators have found no letters or diaries that could explain the attack, one of the deadliest mass shootings in U.S. history.

Cutting Adam Lanza's hair 'was a very long half an hour. It was a very uncomfortable situation,' stylist Diane Harty said. She said that she never heard his voice and that Nancy Lanza also hardly spoke.

Another stylist, Jessica Phillips, echoed their descriptions of the Lanzas and added that Nancy Lanza would give her son directions about what to do and where to go.

Adam would move only 'when his mother told him to,' Skuba said.

'I would say, "Adam, come on." He wouldn't move,' Skuba said.

'And his mother would have to say, "Adam, come on, he's ready." It was like I was invisible.'

He said Adam also wouldn't move from his chair after his hair was cut until his mother told him to.
If a stylist would ask Adam a question, Skuba said, his mother would answer.

'He would just be looking down at the tiles ... the whole time,' Skuba said.
Former classmates have previously described Adam Lanza as intelligent but remote, and former high school adviser described him as anxious and shy. Several people who knew his mother have described her as a devoted parent.

Divorce paperwork released this week showed that Nancy Lanza had the authority to make all decisions regarding Adam's upbringing. The divorce was finalized in September 2009, when Adam Lanza was 17.
The Associated Press

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Read more:
Killer¿s basement his eerie lair of violent video games - m.NYPOST.com [see below: I've copied it here in this blog post below but link is:  http://www.nypost.com/p/news/national/playtime_in_den_of_doom_vYB2VlXSBEW8Di7pMo1leJ ]

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[End of article on Lanza from Daily Mail]

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2. (Article has no hypertext in body text)


Killer’s basement his eerie lair of violent video games

By TARA PALMERI, DAN MACLEOD and LAURA ITALIANO
http://www.nypost.com/p/news/national/playtime_in_den_of_doom_vYB2VlXSBEW8Di7pMo1leJ
From Post Wire Services
Last Updated: 5:01 AM, December 19, 2012
Posted: 12:39 AM, December 19, 2012

For hours on end, alone in his windowless basement den, Adam Lanza studied photos of guns and obliterated virtual victims in violent video games — until the virtual became a reality.

The unhinged Sandy Hook Elementary School gunman was enthralled by blood-splattering, shoot-’em-up electronic games, which he played in the basement of his mother’s spacious $1.6 million home in Newtown, Conn., according to a person familiar with the layout.

Lanza, 20, especially liked “Call of Duty” — a wartime role-playing game where participants use high-powered assault rifles, machine guns and other weapons to slaughter scores of people, according to a published report.

[Photo of Adam. Photo is on a brick or stone background. Adam is mugging, smiling for the camera, cut out of another photo, right arm up in a Hello gesture. Unless the photo is from his basement, the caption doesn't do justice to the photo: the stone or brick background is not in the photo, and we don't know if it's showing the basement, a.k.a. "Dungeon"]
INFphoto.com [Caption for photo follows:]
‘DUNGEON’: Adam Lanza spent hours playing violent video games, such as “Call of Duty,” in the basement of the home where he shot mom Nancy before his rampage.

[Photo of Lanza estate-like home]
[Photo of Nancy Lanza:]
AP [Caption for photo follows:]
Nancy

And the basement walls were covered with military- and weaponry-themed posters, said one of the home’s few visitors.

“It was a beautiful house but he lived in the basement. I always thought that was strange,” said plumber Peter Wlasuk, who did work on the house and saw Lanza’s subterranean lair, The Sun newspaper of Britain reported.

“They had one poster of every piece of military equipment the US ever made,” Wlasuk said.

“The kids could tell you about guns they had never seen from the 40s, 50s and 60s,” the plumber said of Lanza and his older brother, Ryan, who had also lived in the basement before moving away for college.

Once Ryan moved out, “Adam then moved down there. The boys were fans of the military. They had posters all over the wall in the basement,” the plumber said.

“The kids who play these games know all about them. I’m not blaming the games for what happened. But they see a picture of a historical gun and say ‘I’ve used that on Call Of Duty.’”

And when the teen did emerge from his dungeon, he was sullen and silent.

He would sit for a haircut about every six weeks — but never speak or look at anyone.

He was always accompanied by his mother, said stylists at the salon in Newtown.

Lanza gunned down 27 people last week, before killing himself.

His first victim was his mother, Nancy, widely described as doting and concerned for her autistic son.

She was shot four times in the head with a .22-caliber rifle, the state medical examiner, H. Wayne Carver, said yesterday.

She was killed in her bed, and was likely asleep when he opened fire, the ME told the Hartford Courant.

The rifle was left at the house.

Lanza stopped coming in for haircuts a few years ago, and employees at the salon thought he had moved away, said stylist Bob Skuba.

“It’s just weird that I actually touched him,” Skuba said.

“I’d tried to joke with him. He wouldn’t even look at me,” the stylist told CNN.

“I wish I would have killed him then,” Skuba said.

“Or he should have killed himself a long time ago. He would have saved us all the trouble,” the stylist said.

“He should have run in front of a bus, or some other type of terrible death. He should have done it to himself. It would have saved all those kids and parents the trouble.

“I should have slit and stabbed him by accident. It would have been a lot better for those people.”

Cutting Adam Lanza’s hair “was a very long half an hour. It was a very uncomfortable situation,” stylist Diane Harty said. She said that she never heard his voice and that Nancy, a divorcee, also hardly spoke.

If a stylist would ask Adam a question, Skuba said, his mother would answer.

“He would just be looking down at the tiles . . . the whole time,” Skuba said.

Divorce paperwork released this week showed that Nancy had the authority to make all decisions regarding Adam’s upbringing. The divorce was finalized in September 2009, when Adam was 17.

A friend said Nancy was overwhelmed.

“It was really hard for her as a single mother. It’s hard enough raising an autistic child, just me and my wife. I couldn’t imagine doing it alone,” said Rich Collins, 54, a Lanza family friend who has an autistic son, Jeffrey, 17.

“I think it’s important to get the part of the story out — that an unmarried woman was trying to raise an autistic child on her own. I think she needed more support.”

The ME told the Courant that he has enlisted a geneticist from the University of Connecticut to aid in the investigation.

“I’m exploring with the department of genetics what might be possible, if anything is possible,” Carver said.

“Is there any identifiable disease associated with this behavior?”

Lanza suffered from Asperger’s syndrome, a high-functioning form of autism not normally associated with violence.

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