Adam Lanza Owned The Worlds Smallest 12ga Shotgun?

I'm not into this whole it didn't happen deal.

BUT WTF? So this is reporting from AP......


Mar 28, 10:31 AM EDT
"A loaded 12-gauge shotgun was found in the
glove compartment of the Honda Civic Lanza drove to the school with two
magazines containing 70 rounds of Winchester 12-gauge shotgun rounds."
So a 12 ga shotgun & 140 rounds fit in the glove-box of a Honda civic? Now that's some room!


Arsenal of weapons found in Newtown gunman's home






By JOHN CHRISTOFFERSEN

Associated Press
NEW HAVEN, Conn.
(AP) -- An arsenal of weapons including guns, hundreds of rounds of
ammunition, a bayonet and several swords was found in the home and car
of the gunman who carried out the Newtown school shooting, according to
search warrants released Thursday. Adam Lanza
killed 26 people inside Sandy Hook Elementary School and took his own
life within five minutes of shooting his way into the building, State's
Attorney Stephen J. Sedensky III said in a statement accompanying the
release of the warrants in the Dec. 14 massacre. Lanza was found dead in
the school wearing military-style clothing. The
extensive inventory of the evidence seized from Lanza's home and the
car he drove to carry out the massacre provided glimpses into the world
of the reclusive gunman. Prosecutors until now had made few details
available, despite pressure to do so from the governor, who criticized
leaks to the press and lawmakers who clamored for more details as they
craft legislation on mental health and gun control. Sedensky
says Lanza killed all 26 victims inside Sandy Hook Elementary School
with a Bushmaster .223-caliber rifle before taking his own life with a
Glock 10 mm handgun. He says Lanza had another loaded handgun with him
inside the school as well as three, 30-round magazines for the
Bushmaster. A loaded 12-gauge shotgun was
found in the glove compartment of the Honda Civic Lanza drove to the
school with two magazines containing 70 rounds of Winchester 12-gauge
shotgun rounds. At the house, investigators found books about autism and Asperger's syndrome as well as an NRA guide to pistol shooting.

Police
said they found a smashed computer hard drive and a gaming console in
Lanza's bedroom. An unnamed source told investigators that Lanza was an
avid gamer who played "Call of Duty" and other games and rarely left his
home. Investigators found articles on other
shootings and a holiday card containing a check made out to Adam Lanza
for the purchase of a firearm, authored by his mother, Nancy Lanza. Documents
indicate that authorities found a gun safe with shotgun shells and
numerous boxes of bullets. In a bedroom closet, they found ear plugs, a
handwritten note regarding ammunition and magazines, paperwork on guns
and a metal bayonet. In a top drawer of a
filing cabinet, they found paper targets. In a duffel bag, they found
ear and eye protection, binoculars, numerous other paper targets and
Lanza's NRA certificate. Authorities found
numerous knives, including samurai swords. They found a military-style
uniform in Lanza's bedroom and handwritten notes containing the
addresses of local gun shops. A Danbury
Superior Court judge on Wednesday granted a request by Sedensky, the
prosecutor overseeing the investigation, to withhold some details.
Sedensky asked to redact the name of a witness, saying the person's
safety might be jeopardized if the name were disclosed. He also asked
that the release not include other information such as telephone
numbers, serial numbers on items found and a few paragraphs of an
affidavit. Authorities have said it will take until June or later for the investigation to be completed.

The
Associated Press and other news outlets have reported previously that
Lanza showed interest in other mass killings and authorities found
literature on other massacres at his house. Malloy
announced last week that additional information would be released at
his request. He expressed concern that some information about the
shooting rampage at Sandy Hook reportedly disclosed by a top state
police commander at a recent law enforcement seminar in New Orleans was
leaked. "Like many others, I was disappointed
and angered to learn that certain information about the Newtown shooting
had been leaked, specifically with concern for the victims' families
who may have been hearing this news for the first time," the governor
said in a statement. A column published last
week in the New York Daily News, citing an unnamed police officer who
attended the seminar, reported that Col. Daniel Stebbins discussed
evidence that suggested the Newtown gunman studied other mass slayings
and dedicated extensive planning to the rampage. The
seminar was designed for only law enforcement professionals, and
sensitive information dealing with the tactical approaches used by first
responders to the Sandy Hook shootings was discussed, state police
spokesman Lt. J. Paul Vance said. Senate
President Donald E. Williams Jr. said this week that legislative leaders
hope to review the search warrant documents before finishing work on a
bipartisan bill that addresses gun control and other issues related to
the massacre.