Newtown, Connecticut Shooter’s Motives Remain Unknown.

Connecticut and federal police have still not been able to determine any motive for Adam Lanza’s slaughtering of dozens of people at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut on December 14, 2012.

The FBI has been unable to retrieve any useful data, to date, from the smashed computer and hard drive they recovered from Lanza’s home. Cyber lab technicians do not believe they will be able to obtain anything significant from these pieces of a broken hard drive.  They are attempting to recreate his Internet searches leading up to the wrongful death incident and are also checking his email records.  Police are also searching his credit card records, as well as his mother’s credit cards for any clues that may help the investigation.  They have also concluded that his mother Nancy Lanza purchased the weapons used in the wrongful death killings.

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