Sandy Hook Files Give Us A Glimpse Into The Mind Of A Killer.
The Sandy Hook files have been released and reveal a spoiled and troubled teen. Adam Lanza, The Sandy Hook Killer, had multiple problems that combined to help make the Sandy Hook Incident happen. Adam suffered from Asperger’s Syndrome a high functioning form of autism. Asperger’s Syndrome symptoms consist of a lack of empathy, issues interacting with people outside of a specific subject, and some have motor skill delays.
Adam suffered from Social Anxiety likely due to the Asperger’s and his inability to have normal social engagements. It was also revealed that he had troubles in school where he was bullied for being a vegan and his frail-looking stature. Adam’s mother Nancy sadly could have helped to prevent this tragic incident had she listened to advise that she should get Adam psychological help and meds to stabilize him.
The Sandy Hook Killer was over-coddled. Nancy allowed Adam to dictate how they would at times only communicate by email, or after a power outage due to a storm Adam would not leave the house, so instead of leaving the house to go to a Hotel Nancy stayed at the home unable to control Adam or leave him alone. Nancy even turned down a wedding proposal because she would have had to move and Adam didn’t want to. Towards the end neighbors were concerned for the Families welfare as Adam became a full on shut in and had not left the house for more than 3-months.
Adam was a brilliant hacker and in ninth grade had hacked through two levels of a federal agency’s computer security system before being shut down. The FBI or CIA then showed up at the home and told Adam he had the potential to work for an agency like the FBI or CIA in the future. If only he had received the medical treatment he had needed he could have made a name for himself in the cybersecurity field, instead of the title he has earned now as the mass murderer.
A report by the Connecticut child advocate in 2014 concluded that Lanza’s autism spectrum disorder and other psychiatric problems did not cause or lead directly to the massacre. The report said at the time Nancy Lanza rejected recommendations from Yale psychologists that her son be medicated and undergo rigorous treatment as a child for anxiety and other conditions. It also said Adam Lanza, his parents and educators contributed to his social isolation by not confronting his problems.
Several residents also told authorities they received death threats after the shooting in phone calls from someone identifying himself as Adam Lanza.