Newtown Gunman Adam Lanza Fired 155 Bullets In Less Than Five Minutes, Prosecutor Says

Source: Michael Isikoff, Tom Winter and Erin McClam / NBC News

Adam Lanza fired 155 bullets in less than five minutes on the day he killed 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School, investigators said Thursday in the first detailed account of his weapons-packed home and troubled state of mind before he carried out the attack.

Search warrants from the second-worst school shooting in American history also revealed that the home Lanza shared with his mother in Newtown, Conn., was a veritable arsenal: Authorities found at least nine knives, three Samurai swords, two guns and a 7-foot, wood-handled pole with a blade on one side and a spear on the other.

Authorities also recovered a National Rifle Association certificate, seven of Lanza’s journals, drawings that he made and books from the house, including an NRA guide to the basics of pistol shooting.

The warrants offered the first thorough look at the environment in which Lanza lived before he shot his mother, Nancy, to death and drove to Sandy Hook on the morning of Dec. 14.
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    I wish the media would tell the real truth about why Adam Lanza chose that school to comment a terrible crime……