"This wasn't a target shooting session requiring
skill or marksmanship," wrote CW Wade in an analysis of the shooting on his blog
Sandy Hook Facts. "It was a matter of pulling the trigger at close
range. No one could miss."
Thorn finishes up his second segment by claiming that, "Lanza had established absolutely no online footprint: no email address, Facebook account, social media interactions, etc. It's literally impossible for an addicted computer geek to not leave a trace in cyberspace. But that's what we're encouraged to accept about Lanza."
Unfortunately, Thorn hasn't looked deep enough. In a Sandy Hook Lighthouse article, entitled The Shooter Among Us, Reed Coleman writes: "The perpetrator of the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting left an online footprint that has been well-publicized: as I've covered before, he edited Wikipedia pages for mass shooters, posted on firearms forums looking for the most lethal weaponry he could legally acquire, and frequented a private forum dedicated to school shootings."
To substantiate his claims, Coleman has written multiple articles about this online activity complete with screenshots and links to source material.