Sandy Hook killer’s mum ‘blocked interventions that could have stopped massacre’
A NEW documentary claims the Sandy Hook killer’s mum could have prevented the massacre.
Adam Lanza, 20, killed mum Nancy before gunning down 20 children and six staff members at Sandy Hook Elementary, Connecticut, in 2012.
He had Asperger’s but psychologists now believe Nancy, 52, had Munchausen by Proxy and “relished” the attention he got for “being different”.
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TV host Donal MacIntyre said: “She blocked multiple opportunities for intervention.
“She marginalised Adam from the world, creating a monster, and abandoned him when she became scared of what he had become.”
- Murderers and Their Mothers can be seen next Sunday at 9pm on CBS.