Confirmed: Only an Armed School Official Could Have Saved the Children at Newtown
Connecticut officials released new information on the December 14th massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown today.
Killer Adam Lanza slaughtered 26 people, 20 children and 6 adults, in less than five minutes.
The killer broke into the school and began firing.
Only an armed employee at the school could have prevented this tragedy.
Yet, Obama and Democrats want to punish gun owners.
Officials also found books about autism and Asperger’s syndrome at Lanza’s home.
FOX News reported:
An arsenal of weapons including guns, a gun safe with shotgun shells, a bayonet and several swords were found in the home of the gunman who carried out the Newtown school shooting, according to search warrants released Thursday.
Adam Lanza killed 26 people inside Sandy Hook Elementary School and took his own life within five minutes of shooting his way into the building, State’s Attorney Stephen J. Sedensky III said in a statement accompanying the release of the warrants in the Dec. 14 massacre.
The extensive inventory of the evidence seized from Lanza’s home and the car he drove to carry out the massacre provided glimpses into the world of the reclusive gunman. Prosecutors until now had made few details available, despite pressure to do so from the governor, who criticized leaks to the press and lawmakers who clamored for more details as they craft legislation on mental health and gun control.
The documents say Lanza was found dead in the school wearing a bulletproof vest and military-style clothing.
Sedensky says Lanza killed all 26 victims inside Sandy Hook Elementary School with a Bushmaster .223-caliber rifle before taking his own life with a Glock 10 mm handgun. He says Lanza had another loaded handgun with him inside the school as well as three, 30-round magazines for the Bushmaster.
A loaded 12-gauge shotgun was found in the glove compartment of the Honda Civic Lanza drove to the school with two magazines containing 70 rounds of Winchester 12-gauge shotgun rounds.
At the house, investigator found books about autism and Asperger’s syndrome as well as an NRA guide to pistol shooting.