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Old 12-14-2012, 04:08 PM   #46
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Children and adults gunned down in Connecticut school massacre – This Just In - CNN.com Blogs

[Updated at 3:22 p.m. ET] It appears that another member of the alleged shooter's family is dead. A senior law enforcement official familiar with the investigation says a brother of the alleged shooter was found dead in a home searched in Hoboken, New Jersey. We already knew the suspect's mother was found dead in the elementary school.

Gonna be a lot of conflicting information coming out for awhile.
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Old 12-14-2012, 04:12 PM   #47
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.223 Bushmaster was used. Same gun the DC Snipers used (majority of the time).
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.223 Bushmaster was used. Same gun the DC Snipers used (majority of the time).
[Updated at 3:54 p.m.] Three guns were found at the scene, CNN's Susan Candiotti reports. According to a law enforcement source, the third weapon found on the scene was a .223 Bushmaster. The other weapons, previously reported, are a Glock, and a Sig-Sauer. No word on the models of Glock or Sig-Sauer.

Guy came to rumble. Sick. Guy takes out his whole family and innocent children. Makes you wonder about people, ya know?
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The part that is bothering me the most is what SS wrote. He said he did it execution style to the children. So did he line them all up and then mow them down? Oh god.
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And just a couple weeks before Christmas. Bless those poor families..
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The part that is bothering me the most is what SS wrote. He said he did it execution style to the children. So did he line them all up and then mow them down? Oh god.
its just disgusting. i just dont understand why we allow crazy people to walk around with assault rifles, its just as baffling.
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Old 12-14-2012, 04:24 PM   #52
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For those that don't have children here is one way I describe having kids.

Ever almost fall and you get the tense feeling where you like stiffen up and you get kind of butterflies. Before I had kids I alone got that for myself. Now if I see them about to fall or get hurt that same exact feeling floods over me but I am perfectly safe. It is weird but that is how connected you are to them.
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Old 12-14-2012, 04:28 PM   #53
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The part that is bothering me the most is what SS wrote. He said he did it execution style to the children. So did he line them all up and then mow them down? Oh god.
That's what I heard, I think on NBC?
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The reporting has also been pretty sick if you ask me. If this happened at my daughters school and a reporter stuck a mic in her face I'd kick that SOB's ass. Strang thing is the parents are allowing their children to be interviewed. The media has no business being allowed on the school grounds and they need to back off. The reporting was also way off just to be the first to report what they thought were facts.
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The reporting has also been pretty sick if you ask me. If this happened at my daughters school and a reporter stuck a mic in her face I'd kick that SOB's ass. Strang thing is the parents are allowing their children to be interviewed. The media has no business being allowed on the school grounds and they need to back off. The reporting was also way off just to be the first to report what they thought were facts.
I thought the same thing while looking at the main pages of a couple of news site. "Hear 3rd graders first hand account" - NO THANK YOU!
These kids had so much taken from them today; shoving a camera and a microphone in their face isn't going to help anyone. Let the counselors and parents do their jobs to help these poor kids.
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Think these dead children have christmas gifts under a christmas tree that will never be opened. Parents that will never tuck their child into bed again. Brother and sisters who lost their best friend and playmate. Parents who rushed their kids off to school forgetting to give them a hug or kiss good by never knowing it would be their last chance. So many what ifs that are now gone.
This makes me want to cry.
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This makes me want to cry.

I did cry, my wife and daughter are both teachers Kindergarden and first grade,my wife called me crying and then I lost it.
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The reporting has also been pretty sick if you ask me. If this happened at my daughters school and a reporter stuck a mic in her face I'd kick that SOB's ass. Strang thing is the parents are allowing their children to be interviewed. The media has no business being allowed on the school grounds and they need to back off. The reporting was also way off just to be the first to report what they thought were facts.
There is no reason at all to interview a single child
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Words fail me ... been holding my 5 year old extra tight tonight.

I can't imagine the hell those families are going through. Although I know there isn't, I wish there was some way to give them some relief from there pain. Prayers & thoughts are all I have to offer.
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