Violent video games & guns in school shooter's room

Adam Lanza kept violent video games and articles describing various mass-shootings in his bedroom, the report into the Sandy Hook massacre revealed.

Adam Lanza's home in Connecticut Credit: Connecticut State report
Investigators found a large number of firearms in the home. Credit: Connecticut State report

Previously unseen images from inside the gunman's home show more guns and ammunition as well as edged weapons, knives, swords and spears. The photographs also show Lanza's bedroom windows taped over with black bin bags.

Lanza covered the windows in his bedroom with bin bags. Credit: Connecticut State report

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School massacre motive unclear

A report into the fatal shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in the US state of Connecticut has suggested that the gunman's motives "may never be answered conclusively". Adam Lamza killed 20 students, six staff and his mother.