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    Sandy Hook Shooting Theory

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    breakfast, got them dressed and packed them into the mini-van to go to school. Once, they got to school they stated their day like any other. Meet their friends in the halls and walked to class. Neither the parents nor, teachers, nor kids believed that today would be unlike any other. As those kids said goodbye to their parents none of them thought it would be the last time they would ever see them. Maybe because it wasn 't. Sandy Hook was named one of the deadliest mass shootings that have taken place within the last 50 years.…

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    in Newton, Connecticut evil won. Twenty children were fatally shot all between the ages of six and seven years old, as well as six adult staff members at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Prior to the shooting Adam Lanza, the shooter, shot and killed his mother in their own home. One can ask themselves countless times, what kind of person would do such a thing but then you realize no matter what you will never find an answer. Grief arises when you realize how many lives were affected by this tragedy…

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    The Sandy Hook Massacre

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    Five years ago, Sandy Hook shook the nation. People watched the national coverage of the massacre that targeted elementary aged children, many as young as 5 years old. I thought then, that the American people would never let a child stare down the end of a barrel again. Sadly, I was gravely mistaken. Since Sandy Hook, five years ago, 7,000 more children have died from gun violence in the United States. Since Columbine, 187,000 students have been exposed to gun violence in their school. The…

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    Sandy Hook Massacre

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    Twenty-six people (20 students between the ages of 6 and 7 years old and six adults) were shot and killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School by 20-year-old Adam Lanza in Newtown, Connecticut on December 14 2012. At some point before Adam went to Sandy Hook Elementary School, investigators believed that he killed his mother, Nancy Lanza. Before living the house Adam stole three guns (A semi-automatic AR-15 assault rifle, Pistols and a Sig Sauer) and then proceeded into the elementary school,…

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    Sandy Hook Research Paper

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    Morgan Porter Mr. Bergmann Senior English P2 31 March 2015 Sandy Hook (Exposed) Ever think that the United State Government is hiding something? Well that is what many conspiracy theorists think happened with the historic Sandy Hook Elementary School Massacre. Sandy Hook Elementary is in Newtown, Connecticut and is the school of 600 young kids. On December 14, 2012 allegedly 20 small children and 7 adult were killed there in cold blood by 20 year old Adam Lanza. Even though this seems like a…

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    The Sandy Hook Massacre

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    The shooters name was cho he had a anxiety disorder. Cho then shot 32 students and teachers when they were gunned down and killed. Then another six were killed trying to escape from a classroom window. Then cho committed suicide and gave himself a self-inflicted gunshot wound. On December 14,2012 a massacre took place in an elementary school called sandy hooks.The shooter was named Adam Lanza had a syndrome called asperger's syndrome and when he was a teenager he suffered from depression,…

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    that the people should keep open minded on his Facebook page. The October 2, 2015 website TheDailyDot.com by Dell Cameron stated “Sheriff John Hanlin posted a YouTube video on his Facebook page that offered (debunked) theories about whether the U.S. government had staged the Sandy Hook shooting.” John Hanlin does not believe gun law is the issue is the cause of mass shooting. The reason the U.S government has been pushing gun laws so much had given John Hanlin the belief that Sandy Hook was…

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    Sandy Hook Shooting Speech

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    Thank you all for coming to the presidential address. Today’s date is the 14th of December, 2016. Today marks the 4-year anniversary of the Sandy Hook Massacre that took place in Connecticut. We are gathered here to commemorate the lives lost on this day. The 28 lives lost, the 20 innocent children’s lives. Children who because of that man aren’t able to fulfill their potential. Aren’t able to live out their lives, aren’t able to contribute to society. For those unaware of the event, on the 14th…

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    Sandy Hook Film Analysis

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    Public interest groups were also a big player in offering viewpoints about the tragedy at Sandy Hook. The two main biggest groups that voiced their opinion were the gun industry and the entertainment industry. The gun industry took the opposition to against those demanding stricter gun regulations and bans. They quickly blame the entertainment industry for the cause of this tragedy as well as other recent one. The two groups they focused on most were the movie industry and gaming industry. They…

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    lime light is brief and then are rarely covered again. Their lives are not pried into deeply; their past actions are not scrutinized. They are like a shadow that slowly fades away. This is a fact that seems to be overlooked time and time again, they are painted in a light as to create sympathy for their horrific acts. What is even worse is that most of the mentioned above committed the murders in the hopes of gaining fame and one-upping people past shootings. Which brings to my second point as…

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