I certainly don't want to believe this crap. But there are a lot of discrepancies here, just like the Colorado shooting. At first they reported that the AR was in the vehicle, and that nothing but pistols were found inside. There were reports of the cops pursuing a second suspect into the woods, and even a couple of the kids said something about another man being there. I realize that there is mass confusion in a situation like this, and everybody from witnesses to first responders is going to be traumatized.
However, if full confiscation is our government's goal, as twats like Feinswine have indicated, how better to do it than horrifying the dumber-by-the-minute public with incidents like this? Some highly-trained spook befriends this kid and convinces him to play along - afterward, the spook escapes, the government controls the media, the crime scene and the kid's computer, initial discrepancies are ignored/forgotten, and dissenting opinions are silenced or dismissed as paranoid fantasy. The only person who could shed light on the kid's behavior, the mom, was the first one killed.
Again, I'm not saying I believe this is what happened. And sincerely I hope to God it isn't true, because if it is.... I don't even want to think about it. But it's not impossible to believe.
The one thing I do know is that none of us was there at the time. We know what we know because of what we've seen on TV and read in papers and seen on the internet. And it's not like the government or the media always tells the truth, or never has hidden (or not so hidden) agendas. And I sure as **** don't buy into Obama's fake tears one goddamn bit.