Adam Lanza’s Father Speaks Out About the Sandy Hook Massacre

By MBD March 10, 2014 Peter Lanza, the father of Newtown, Connecticut school shooter Adam Lanza recently broke his silence about the Sandy Hook massacre, and his deceased son, Adam. Lanza spoke in an interview with Andrew Solomon, of the New Yorker, who explained that Peter  “really felt that he wished Adam had never been born, and he said he struggled with coming to that, but what happened was so horrific he could only wish it away.” “Nancy Lanza had a grown up a ‘live free or die’ New Hampshire gal, and she had a sense that guns were part of everyday life,” Andrew Solomon told Savannah Guthrie from the Today show this morning. “I think they had no sense that Adam was dangerous. They thought he was peculiar, but they never thought he would hurt anyone. Peter, who taught him to drive, said he was the ‘safest, most cautious, most rule-following person...

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