4:02pm December 29, 2012

Adam Lanza DNA Study: Geneticists to Analyze DNA of Mass Killer


The Christian Post

An “Adam Lanza DNA study” has been given the go ahead to see if there is anything inside his genetic makeup that could have given any indication of the horrific acts he was capable of ahead of time.

The controversial study will look to genetically profile Lanza, who just weeks ago shot dead 20 first grade children as well as six adults working at Sandy Hook Elementary School, and his own mother, in Newtown, Connecticut.

The study, which is believed to be the first of its kind, is expected to delve into Lanza’s DNA in the hope of finding any kind of genetic abnormalities or mutations in his DNA.

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  1. Maybe a defect that could be screened for prenatally.

  2. if you look closely at his iris you can see some issues going on near the mental zone in his head region. Since mental illness is most likely developed after birth then somepthing that you are born with it would make sence to look at the changes to the physical make up rather than the genetical make up of which one is born with in a case like this. http://www.send-picture.com/upload/adamLanzairidologyreport.png

  3. It will be interesting to see what is done with the information they find.

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