Police probe Newtown gunman's violent video games
Police found thousands of dollars worth of the games in the Lanza home, and are looking to see if one mimicks the Sandy Hook shooting
Asian News International
NEWTOWN, Conn. — Adam Lanza, the fanatic who shot six adults and 20 kids at Sandy Hook Elementary School, may have been emulating a video game when he carried out his deadly assault in December last year.
Investigators probing the massacre are exploring the theory that his video games are a vital clue to his actions.
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