Adam Lanza Hacks into government Computer System

by on April 4, 2020 at 7:46 am Posted In: Uncategorized

As I debunk those conspiracy theorist, we find Lanza breaching National Security Systems.

USA Today reports of Adams younger troubled years.

Two years before the Sandy Hook attack, the witness connected with Lanza through postings on a website examining the Columbine incident. Lanza, the witness told investigators, was working on a “spreadsheet” and documenting the details of “hundreds of spree killings and mass murders.”

Years before the Sandy Hook shooting, law enforcement agents visited Lanza’s family home after he hacked into a government computer system in ninth grade, his neighbors told FBI agents investigating the Sandy Hook shooting.

Lanza’s mother, Nancy, told neighbors at a party that her son made it to the second level of security on a government site. A third layer of security was able to thwart his hack.

Nancy Lanza believed the authorities came from either the FBI or CIA – but neighbors told the FBI that she couldn’t remember which agency. When they came to Lanza’s house to investigate the potential cybercrime, Nancy Lanza told officials her son was extremely intelligent and he was trying to challenge himself, according to the documents.

Agents then apparently told Nancy Lanza that if her son was that smart, he could have a job with them someday. The FBI Tuesday found no immediate record of a contact with Lanza prior to the shooting.


Chicago Tribune Report:


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That report also mentioned pedophilia. In it, state investigators said they found on Lanza’s computer a file they described as “advocating pedophiles’ rights and the liberation of children.” They also said they found a screenplay describing a relationship between a 10-year-old boy and a 30-year-old man.

This above report would lead me to believe we have found the reason for the destruction of Lanza’s computer hard disc before this tragedy. Luckily with companies like Convar, which was enlisted to rebuild the hard disc found at Ground Zero (which led to the discovery of the many large transactions that took place at Marsh & McLennan on the morning of the attacks, before their office suffered a direct hit,) these destroyed disc of Lanzas were probably rebuilt.

Several Newton residents also received death threats from someone identifying himself as Adam after the shooting.

Despite this early warning, that the CIA and FBI investigated, the surveillance capabilities of US intelligence agencies failed to monitor this SAR. (Suspicious Activity Report). Below:ADAM LANZA WITH GUNS. (This was many years before the shooting.)

With no signs that Adam had any ill intent, the report of this government hacker fell to the wayside.


FBI Releases 1,500 Pages of Documents on 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School Massacre

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A woman kneels in front of a fence with the names of the 20 children killed at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, USA, 21 December 2012.JUSTIN LANE / EPA fileOct. 24, 2017, 3:06 PM EDT / Updated Oct. 24, 2017, 3:06 PM EDT / Source: Associated Press

HARTFORD, Conn. — The FBI on Tuesday released more than 1,500 pages of documents related to its investigation into the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting that left 20 first-graders and six educators dead.

The documents include reports by FBI agents who interviewed people about the shooter, Adam Lanza, who killed himself as police arrived at the school. Large portions of many of the documents were redacted, including the names of the people who spoke to the agents.We apologize, this video has expired.

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The documents offer a window into the early days of the investigation, as agents chased false leads and gathered evidence of Lanza’s isolation. A year after the massacre, state police released a final investigative document that concluded Lanza was obsessed with firearms, death and mass shootings, but that the motive may never be known.

One person told an FBI agent that Lanza’s mother, Nancy, had become concerned about him a month before the shooting because he had become a “shut in” who hadn’t gone anywhere in three months. Adam Lanza shot his mother to death in their home before going to the school on Dec. 14, 2012.

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Police officers evacuate children from the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, on Dec. 14, 2012.SHANNON HICKS / Newtown Bee via Polaris Images file

The person also told the FBI agent that Lanza never completely accepted that he had Asperger’s syndrome, a condition on the autism spectrum, and never took any of the medication he was prescribed.

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“Nancy would take care of all of Adam’s needs,” the person said. “However, she never cleaned his room, nor was allowed in his room. Adam’s room was his personal space that no one else was allowed into.”

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 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.

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Adam Lanza is seen in this photo obtained and distributed by NBC News.NBC News file

Another person told the FBI that Lanza essentially had become a “recluse” who shut himself in his bedroom and played video games all day. The person said Lanza had no friends, was computer savvy and became very interested in firearms.

Lanza shot the children and educators with an AR-15-style rifle that was legally purchased by his mother, who took her son to shooting ranges, authorities have said.

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