The young man who stormed into a Newtown elementary school and murdered 25 students and staff members has been featured in a documentary on PBS entitled, " Raising Adam Lanza".
His act stirred up on and off gun-control debates all over. PBS hopes that by studying his life, the public will be able to take a closer look at his mind state, which led to that horrible school day.
Reporters for the Courant, who produced the documentary, reported that news articles about a Norwegian mass murderer named Anders Breivek were found among Adams possessions.
Although the public was immediately notified of his Asperger's diagnosis, it has been found that he also had a sensory integration disorder. This condition causes sensitivity to lights, noise and pain.
This disorder may explain his inability to socialize with students. His mothers friend said he would get angry when kids touched him as a child. Many classmates have reported that he would withdraw often, wanting to be alone.
After high school, Adam attended college briefly in 2009. He dropped out, although he made A's and B's. He lived in his moms half a million dollar home. These demographics are the text book foundation for success.
After he dropped out of college in 2010 his mom attempted to bond with him by taking him to gun ranges in 2011. The police also found thousands of dollars worth of video games.
His mom planned on moving and enrolling him in another college. Watch the video by clicking on the following link http://video.pbs.org/video/2335286016/