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GLORY KILLER: Sandy Hook shooter wanted a new “high score”

March 18, 2013

 

(NY Daily News) – It is three months since the killings in Newtown, since 20 children and six adults were gunned down at Sandy Hook Elementary School less than two weeks before Christmas. And as bad as the story was, and will always be, it is even worse than we originally knew because now we discover that this was slaughter by spreadsheet.

It has been reported previously that law enforcement found research about previous mass murderers at the Newtown, Conn., home the shooter, video gamer [REDACTED SCUMBAG’S NAME], shared with his mother, the first victim of Dec. 14.

It was more than that, and worse than that.

What investigators found was a chilling spreadsheet 7 feet long and 4 feet wide that required a special printer, a document that contained [REDACTED SCUMBAG’S NAME]’s obsessive, extensive research — in nine-point font — about mass murders of the past, and even attempted murders.

…“They don’t believe this was just a spreadsheet. They believe it was a score sheet,” he continued. “This was the work of a video gamer, and that it was his intent to put his own name at the very top of that list. They believe that he picked an elementary school because he felt it was a point of least resistance, where he could rack up the greatest number of kills. That’s what (the Connecticut police) believe.”

The man paused and said, “They believe that ([REDACTED SCUMBAG’S NAME]) believed that it was the way to pick up the easiest points. It’s why he didn’t want to be killed by law enforcement. In the code of a gamer, even a deranged gamer like this little bastard, if somebody else kills you, they get your points. They believe that’s why he killed himself.

Lt. Col. David Grossman blames violent video games for causing very negative changes in the brain development of pre-teens and young adolescents.

And guess what?  This asocial, social misfit scumbag hid in his momma’s proverbial basement playing violent video games a lot as a child.

Police Found Thousands of Dollars of Graphically Violent Video Games at Newtown Killer’s Home

(Hartford Courant) – …During a search of the [REDACTED SCUMBAG’S NAME] home after the deadly school shootings, police found thousands of dollars worth of graphically violent video games.

And detectives working the scene of the massacre are exploring whether [REDACTED SCUMBAG’S NAME] might have been emulating the shooting range or a video-game scenario as he moved from room to room at Sandy Hook, spewing bullets, law enforcement sources have told The Courant.

… “Exploring whether [REDACTED SCUMBAG’S NAME] might have been emulating the shooting range or a video-game scenario”

Ya think?

 

2 Responses to GLORY KILLER: Sandy Hook shooter wanted a new “high score”

  1. Ashrak on March 18, 2013 at 7:08 pm

    Redacted scumbags name. – OUTSTANDING CHOICE!!

    Personally I adopted that same type thing after the Arizona killings.
    Putting their names up in lights, looking for historic celebrity, is exactly what these freaks want. Great job denying the punk even a mention. That’s exactly what lame stream media should do too!

    Proof is in the pudding. Gun culture didn’t play a role in this, but Hollywood “celebrity” culture sure did. And day gotsa live wit dat. Aks em if day be willin ta cept day OWNERSHIP. Maybe that whole Ebonics thug gangster celebrity thing isn’t such a good idea after all…….

  2. 2 clicks low on March 19, 2013 at 8:28 pm

    Thank you.
    I’ve been saying since day 1 that we must stop publishing these demented morons names. They are looking for their 15 minutes of fame and we should not give it to them. No interviews with family, friends, priest or anyone associated with them.

    I personaly prefer “demented homicidal maniac” to “Redacted scumbags name” but it makes no difference.

    Also can we get him a urinal headstone?