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Police say that they have discovered a motive for Newtown School Shooter, Adam Lanza’s massacre in Sandy Hook back in December.

Law enforcement say that video games played a big part in the motivation in influencing Lanza to commit those acts. Officers who have a been doing everything they can to discover a motive have said that Lanza saw himself in competition with notorious Norwegian killer, Anders Breivik  who killed 77 people in Norway in 2011.

“They’ve also recovered what they called a “trove” of video games from the basement of Lanza’s home. Sources say Lanza spent countless hours there alone, in a private gaming room with the windows blacked out, honing his computer shooting skills”, according to a news team in San Antonio.

What do you think? Should violent video games that involve killing be banned?

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