Monday, November 25, 2013

LOOKING INTO THE MIND OF A MASS MURDERER

A report by Connecticut State's Attorney Stephen Sedensky says fast action by cops - they took just six minutes from the initial 911 call to enter the school - probably saved the lives of more victims at the Sandy Hook Elementary School nearly a year ago. The report also credits the work of teachers who hid students. It says gunman Adam Lanza, who took his own life as cops moved in, suffered mental illness and was obsessed with mass murders, like Columbine, but never hinted to anyone what he was about to do.

More on the story from 1010 WINS.

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