Author Archives: Reed Coleman

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18 takeaways from yesterday’s report

Note: Connecticut’s Office of the Child Advocate released their final report on Adam Lanza yesterday (you can get it here.) These are my reactions having when reading through it once. Overall, I thought it was a very well-constructed report, and was … Continue reading

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An illustration from “The Big Book of Granny”: Adam Lanza’s 2draw from 2005

This is something I’ve been sitting on for awhile. I just wasn’t sure it was worth posting about before, seeing it as more of an odd bit of trivia about the case than anything else, but today’s release of the official report … Continue reading

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Connecticut Office of the Child Advocate releases their official report

It’s here (top link on the right.) I won’t have a chance to read the report until later, will post any thoughts I have on it tomorrow.

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Anarcho-Primitivism at the Columbine RPG forum

The few known hints that Adam Lanza left behind about his motive in the Sandy Hook shooting are all rooted in anarcho-primitivist philosophy; he linked to John Zerzan’s essays in his last post (in which he linked mass violence with … Continue reading

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Research from SandyHookLighthouse now at SchoolShooters.info

You can now find some improved versions of my research over at SchoolShooters.info – this is a site maintained by Dr. Peter Langman, a leading researcher on school shootings and author of School Shooters: Understanding High School, College, and Adult Perpetrators and … Continue reading

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A few new Smiggles posts, and a note on teddy bears (yes, really)

I’ve been looking through the Internet Archive of the old SCMRPG discussion forum, looking for posts from Adam Lanza that didn’t show up in the Google archive of ShockedBeyondBelief. Posts that have slipped through the cracks, in other words. I’ve found … Continue reading

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Bullet Time: a review (part 2 of 2)

(This is the second half of my review of the film Bullet Time. For part one, click here. For an overview of what the film is and why it is relevant to the Sandy Hook shooting, click here.) Picking up where … Continue reading

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