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The Life of Adam (2015)

An independent group of journalists examine the official accounts and media reports of the Newtown shooter, Adam Lanza and discover fallacies, contradictions and endless anomalies.

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Peter Klein (as MrStosh)

Writer:

Peter Klein (as MrStosh)
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Credited cast:
Anderson Cooper ... Self
Jonathan Emord Jonathan Emord ... Self
Paul Fox Paul Fox ... Self
Robert A. King Robert A. King ... Self
Kathleen Koenig Kathleen Koenig ... Self
Patrick Kwanashie Patrick Kwanashie ... Self
Adam Lanza Adam Lanza ... Self (archive footage)
Nancy Lanza Nancy Lanza ... Self
Peter Lanza Peter Lanza ... Self
Ryan Lanza Ryan Lanza ... Self
Dannel Malloy ... Self
Andrea McCarren Andrea McCarren ... Self
John Miller John Miller ... Self
Richard Novia Richard Novia ... Self
Swan Song Swan Song ... (voice)
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This well-produced, independent, and thoughtful documentary delves into some of the inconsistencies existing within media accounts and official reports relating to Adam Lanza, the purported killer of 26 school children and adults at Sandy Hook Elementary.

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What Do We Know about the Sandy Hook School Shooter?

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Independent Journalism at its Best!
29 January 2016 | by flashnewsnetworkSee all my reviews

Exceptionally well-produced, this Independent and Unbiased look at the history and mysterious background of Adam Lanza, the accused mastermind behind one of the most controversial mass-casualty events in United States recent times.

Looking at fact-based evidence as reported by mainstream media as well as digging deeper than any commercial news outlet, IMS leaves no avenue left untouched as their investigative researchers seek to shed light on one of the darkest moments the Country has experienced other than 9/11.

This is a must-watch film for anyone who has questions about Lanza or the event we all know as "Sandy Hook Elementary School" (SHES). Viewers won't be left disappointed watching an amateur "conspiracy theory" documentary, rather, this film piques the viewer to seek out answers to some of the more puzzling questions that officials failed to ever answer.


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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 December 2015 (USA) See more »

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$1,214 (estimated)
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16:9 HD
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