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The Hartford Courant published an article containing a myriad of exclusive documents about Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza Sunday, prompting an array of responses to the newly published information.
Following a five-year battle with the Connecticut Supreme Court, the Hartford Courant obtained over 1,000 pages of documents that include journal entries by Lanza along with a spreadsheet chronicling mass shootings organized by those that incurred the most deaths.
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Lanza, 20, shot his sleeping mother four times on Dec. 12, 2012 before walking into Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, where he killed 26 people. Twenty school children and six teachers were killed in the attack.
The documents were collected by the Connecticut State Police and span roughly 15 years of Lanza’s life. They include psychiatric records, personal writings and school work, according to the Courant.
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The Courant published its article following an October ruling by the state’s court allowing the release of the documents to the newspaper.
After the Courant’s Sunday article detailing Lanza’s disturbed past went live, a number of critics expressed malcontent, alleging that the information could inspire other future attacks and glorify mass shootings.
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