(LATIMES) — A report on last year’s Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Conn., released Monday said that gunman Adam Lanza had “significant mental health issues,” an “obsession with mass murderers” and acted alone when he opened fire in the school.
The 48-page document released by the office of Connecticut’s state attorney in Danbury, Stephen Sedensky III, said that “there is no evidence to suggest that anyone other than the shooter was aware of or involved in the planning and execution” of the killings, which left 20 first-graders and six school employees dead.
The document is not the final report on the Dec. 14, 2012, shooting. But 11 months after the shooting, it offers the first glimpse into the official investigation of Lanza, 20, and of the minutes that unfolded after he shot his way into the school.
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