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Alaine Griffin and Josh Kovner from the Hartford Courant teamed up with PBS’s “Frontline” for a special report on Adam Lanza, the Sandy Hook shooter. After finding news articles in his bedroom, they believe Lanza could have been inspired by the deadly Norway attacks, and they also note that his mom Nancy wanted him to be more independent.