Childhood documents reveal Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza's school misery and anorexia

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Newly released childhood documents kept by Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza have emerged and reveal his misery at school and anorexia.

Lanza killed himself after slaughtering 20 school children, six staff members and his mother in Sandy Hook, Connecticut, in December 2012.

Years - Files - Case - Police - NBC

For years, many files from his case have been kept secret by local police but NBC has obtained some of what they found inside Lanza's home during their search.

They include childhood letters to Santa, complaints about his 'crowded' school and disturbing remarks which lay bare Lanza's eating disorder.

'You - FAT - Today - Just - DAY

'You will be FAT if you eat today. Just put it off one more DAY. You don't NEED FOOD,' was one of his mantras.

'Fat people can't fit everywhere,' was another, as was 'people will remember you as the "beautiful thin one".

People - People - Got - Ripples - Skin

He also told himself that 'only thin people are graceful', it was 'disgusting' that 'fat people' got 'shockwave ripples' on their skin when they were slapped and that 'if you eat, you'll look like one of those disgusting, fat, ghetto and trailer trash hookers on Jerry Springer.'

It is unclear when those were written.

Documents - Happier - Boy

Earlier documents reveal a happier boy.

In a letter to Santa Clause one year, he expressed gratitude for the set of Pokemon cards and asked for more that year.


the teaches were 'disappointed' hin him.

'I can't learn the way the school teaches,' were other complaints.

Years - Focus - Murder

In later years, his focus turned to mass murder.

Lanza began researching his extremely detailed list in 2006, six years before he committed one of the most horrific mass shootings in American history.

List - Categories - Number - People - Weapons

The list had 17 categories, including the number of people killed, the weapons used, the date, time, and place of the murders, and what happened to the killer.

It went all the way back to 1786...
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