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Report: Newton shooter kept mass-murder 'score sheet'

Lanza sought record kills, source says

5:31 PM, Mar. 18, 2013
Adam Lanza
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Adam Lanza, the gunman in the shooting rampage at a Connecticut school, was obsessed with past mass killings and even created a detailed spreadsheet more than 7-feet long documenting hundreds of killing sprees and attempted murders, the New York Daily News reports.

Mike Lupica, a Daily News sports columnist, quotes an unidentified "law enforcement veteran" as saying the chilling details of the Newtown massacre were presented at a conference of the International Association of Police Chiefs and Colonels last week in New Orleans.

Lupica's source says Danny Stebbins, a colonel from the ...

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