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Adam Lanza Made Strange Call To Radio Station

New information into the mind of Adam Lanza, the Newtown massacre shooter, has been released. Nearly a year before Lanza went on a rampage through Sandy Hook Elementary School, Lanza allegedly called in on an Oregon college radio station AnarchyRadio, and rambled on about a chimp named Travis that mauled a woman’s face in 2009. During the very strange call, …

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Adam Lanza: No Motive Found In Sandy Hook Massacre

Danbury State’s Attorney Stephen J. Sedensky III, officially closed the investigation of Adam Lanza, the sole mastermind behind the December 14, 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Danbury, Connecticut. Lanza, 20, entered the school by shooting eight rounds through a window, letting himself inside the building where he would ultimately kill 26 people. The mass shooting was the …

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LSU Fraternity Apologizes for Inappropriate Sign

For some reason, a fraternity at LSU thought it was appropriate to prepare for their upcoming game against Kent State University by making a sign that mocked the shooting that took place there in 1970. After an image of the offending banner reached Kent State and LSU officials, the frat brothers decided to apologize. (image) The Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity …

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Navy Yard Shooting; Can We Stop Future Shootings?

Authorities have identified the perpetrator responsible for the Navy Yard shooting as Aaron Alexis, a man who enlisted in the Navy in 2007 yet was let go from the Navy Reserve in 2011 after being arrested in Texas. While Aaron Alexis was able to enter the naval compound with active forms of identification, his previous arrest in Texas showed dubious …

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Srebrenica Massacre Victims Finally Laid To Rest

In July 1995, more than 8,000 men and boys, all belonging to the Muslim minority, were killed. The incident occurred at the height of the Bosnian War and is widely considered to be the worst genocide to occur in Europe since World War II. The attacking forces unceremoniously placed the bodies of the slain in unmarked mass graves around the …

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