Hartford Courant: Exclusive Look At Adam Lanza Records Reveals Picture Of Past

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Adam Lanza, 2nd row, 2nd from left, is pictured with his 5th grade class photo. (Hartford Courant Illustration from Contributed Photo)

Records reviewed exclusively by the Courant are pointing to the middle school years as a key turning point in the emotional stability of Sandy Hook killer Adama Lanza.

The records, which point to increasing psychological problems in his early teens, are helping paint a more complete picture of Lanza’s early years as investigators attempt to unravel the mystery of how the young man, widely described as shy and reclusive, could commit the unthinkable massacre of 20 first-graders and six women.

The information obtained by the Courant reveals new details of his psychological past.

For more on this story by Courant reporters Alaine Griffin and Josh Kovner, visit www.courant.com.

Check the Sunday edition of the Hartford Courant in print and online for the whole story.

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