Sandy Hook gunman's journals are shedding light into the psychological state of a teenager who has so bred so much hatred in his heart leading to a massacre which ended the life of his mother,20 innocent children, and 6 teachers.
writings by the young murderer were released by the Connecticut State police after a lawsuit.
The Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting occurred on December 14, 2012, in Newtown, Connecticut, United States, when 20-year-old Adam Lanza fatally shot 20 children between six and seven years old, as well as six adult staff members. Before driving to the school, he shot and killed his mother at their Newtown home. As first responders arrived at the school, Lanza committed suicide by shooting himself in the head.
Lanza wrote in what appears to be an online communication with a fellow gamer: "I incessantly have nothing other than scorn for humanity," the Hartford Courant reported. "I have been desperate to feel anything positive for someone for my entire life," he wrote.
A report by the Connecticut child advocate said Lanza's severe and deteriorating mental health problems, his preoccupation with violence and access to his mother's weapons "proved a recipe for mass murder."
Lanza spent most of his time at home, he spent long hours playing violent video games. His medical and school records included references to diagnoses of autism spectrum disorder, anxiety, and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
He wrote a violent book in fifth grade that described harming children and was also working on a screenplay called “Lovebound’’ that centered on “the beauty in the romantic relationship between a 10-year-old boy and a 30-year-old man.”
lanza confessed that he was sexually molested by doctors during genital exams, with his parents’ knowledge.
“I don’t see how I and every child was not raped by doctors: We did not consent to it. We only did it because our parents made us,” he wrote.