Peter Lanza

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PostSun Dec 16, 2012 7:10 am » by LomaPrietaSkata

I did a bit of research and came across this, don't think anyone as mentioned it sofar:

Peter Lanza, Tax Director and Vice President – Taxes at GE Energy Financial Services
Hmm... General Electric, with $14.2 billion in worldwide operating profits in 2010—owes no U.S. corporate taxes for the year.

This struck home for me; living in Colorado, but remember James Holmes?....of course you do(thanks to MSM)

His father, Robert M. Holmes is a senior executive of the NYSE listed financial firm FICO. He has developed sophisticated computer programs that are used to detect fraud in the financial and credit markets. This makes Holmes a threat to all who profited, or, concealed criminal behavior, in the financial crisis that began in 2008.

Other interesting information:
- Adam's parents divorced sometime in 2009..
- His mother was taking care of him.
- The family was supported by a $240,000 annual alimony paid by Lanza's father.
- Adam had his brother Ryan's ID on him at the time of death. Why?

Connection? thoughts?
I'm digging deeper into the victims names and family members, we'll see what surfaces over the next few days.

My thoughts go out to all the innocent family's affected by this tragedy.

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PostSun Dec 16, 2012 7:53 am » by LomaPrietaSkata

Both cases pushing for stricter gun laws.

Over 80,000 Sign White House Petition Calling For Gun Regulation Bill In Just 24 Hours.

Anyone remember this?
-Dunblane School Massacre.

Public debate subsequent to these events centered on gun-control laws, including media-driven public petitions calling for a ban on private ownership of handguns and an official inquiry, the Cullen Report. In response to this debate, the Firearms (Amendment) Act 1997 and the Firearms (Amendment) (No. 2) Act 1997 were enacted, which effectively made private ownership of handguns illegal in the United Kingdom.

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PostSun Dec 16, 2012 2:44 pm » by Cambay411

Pretty good detective work, thanks for the info

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PostSun Dec 16, 2012 3:34 pm » by Phaeton

Well done sir.
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PostSun Dec 16, 2012 3:54 pm » by Spikey

Good work OP.

Will be interesting to see what connections the people involved had.

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PostWed Dec 19, 2012 8:58 am » by Mydogma

Saddly they could walk into any mall shoot up a bunch of people right in front of everyone...grab anyone they want to make an example out of..stick a gun in their mouth then put it in their hand and say they did it...if u question their bizzare story they throw you in jail...perhaps its easier for all of us if we accept it...take the silly pill and smile...cuz its pritty silly what they get away with...the problem is is that everyone is on the take from the top down...and the ones on the bottom of the sellout list defend the top...because they are all criminals to some degree and all have skeletons...criminal ones..
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