Worst School Shooting In U.S. History Kill’s 22 Children And 7 Teachers

  • The shooter – believed to be 24-years-old from New Jersey – is confirmed dead and body still inside the school
  • A parent of the gunman was found dead at his home in New Jersey
  • Second gunman now in custody
  • One entire classroom is unaccounted for, sources said
  • One teacher said masked gunman started firing out shots from kindergarten classroom shortly after 9.30am
  • One student said there were bullets whizzing by him in the hallway
  • At least 100 rounds are believed to have been fired
  • Female principal and school psychologist believed to have been targeted

12/14/12 NEWTOWN, CT — At least 29 people are believed to be dead – including 22 children – after a gunman believed to be a student’s father opened fire today at an elementary school in Connecticut, making it the worst school shooting in U.S. history.

Police were dispatched to Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown after they received reports of shots being fired by a gunman in one of the kindergarten classrooms at 9.35am.

There are preliminary reports a student’s 24-year-old father was the shooter and that he went from classroom-to-classroom firing at students and teachers with a .223-caliber rifle.

One of his parents was found dead at his New Jersey home around 2pm.

An entire classroom of students is unaccounted for and frantic parents are rushing to the school desperately seeking information on the safety of their children.

The gunman is dead and his body still at the scene. It is unclear if he shot himself or was brought down by an officer.

A second man who was seen running from the school right after the shooting was taken into custody around 1pm after he was found in nearby woods.

W5Traumatized students were seen being led out of the school crying and holding hands.

Traumatized students were seen being led out of the school crying and holding hands

A woman waits to hear about her sister, a teacher, following the tragic shooting this morning which has shocked the quiet suburban communityA woman waits to hear about her sister, a teacher, following the tragic shooting this morning which has shocked the quiet suburban community
Chaotic scenes at the school as police work to secure the areaChaotic scenes at the school as police work to secure the area and bodies are carried out of the schoolA black Honda believed to belong to the shooter has been cordoned off

A black Honda believed to belong to the shooter has been cordoned off

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Bizarre Love Triangle With A Surprising Ending

Brian Barrett

Pictured: Brian Barrett a.k.a “beefcake”

On Friday, September 15, 2006, just outside Buffalo, N.Y., Brian Barrett’s shift at the Dynabrade power tool plant ended at 10 p.m. He climbed into his truck to head home, but before he could slip his key into the ignition, someone shot him at close range with a .30-caliber rifle. Three bullets passed through his driver’s side window, hitting him in the arm and neck.

He died almost instantly, but it would be two days before a coworker would notice his body still in the truck in the parking lot on Monday morning.

Erie County Sheriff’s deputies dispatched to the scene at 8989 Sheridan Drive in the Buffalo suburb of Clarence talked to locals. They reported hearing gunshots and seeing a man wearing camouflage and a ski mask. Near Barrett’s truck officers found a peach pit and a leather cartridge case covered with what was later determined to be dog hair.

Once the investigators talked to a few coworkers at the factory where Barrett had been working part-time for the last four years, the outline of a likely scenario quickly came into focus. The 22-year-old seemed to have become the victim of a bizarre love triangle: He was likely killed by a man pretending to be someone he was not, obsessed with a woman pretending to be someone she was not.

And almost all of it, until the bloody final act, had happened online.

Map of New York State with Buffalo locator

Daniel Barrett still does not understand how his son ended up a victim. The death of young Brian Barrett certainly shocked his family and friends.

Barrett had been a good kid and a star athlete. He had been on the football team too, but baseball was his game. The former third baseman still holds his high school’s record for the longest home run. His old coach, Starpoint High School Athletic Director Tom Sarkovics, says he never heard anyone say a negative word about the guy.

After high school, Barrett played ball in the Midget League and was voted Most Valuable Player. But by then it was just a game for him: He went to work at a machine shop as soon as he graduated in June 2002. He saved up enough money to buy his Ford Ranger, but then in December he was laid off.

That disappointment prompted him to reconsider college. He enrolled at Erie Community College, and found a job at Dynabrade at the same time. Once he got his two-year associate degree, he transferred to Buffalo State College, where he was studying to become an industrial arts teacher at the time of his murder.

Erie Community College
Pictured: Erie Community College

His life was just starting. Barrett still lived with his parents, Dan and Deb Barrett, on Minnick Road in nearby Lockport, in the childhood room decorated with his sports trophies, posters and photos of him with his younger brothers, Daniel and Richard.

His grandfather, Harry Barrett called him Lurch. Barrett was tall and strong, but shy, just finding his footing in the world. He’d started camping and traveling, seeing a little of the world outside the Buffalo area. Earlier in 2006, he’d gone to North Carolina on a camping trip. While there, he tried sky diving for the first time, he told his parents about this only after the jump, afraid that they’d worry about him if they knew.

But it turned out that the mortal danger would come from one of Barrett’s coworkers, Thomas Montgomery.

Thomas Montgomery

Pictured: Police Mugshot of Thomas Montgomery also known as “MarineSniper”

Map showing West Virginia and New York State
Map showing West Virginia and New York State

“Tommy” Montgomery was an 18-year-old Marine about to be deployed to Iraq. He described himself online as 6’2, 180 pounds. He said he had a black belt in karate and that he already sported an array of battle scars.

He met a 17-year-old girl from West Virginia, Jessi, on the game site Pogo.com in the spring of 2005. He told her his mom had died of cancer when he was twelve. She sympathized, and he opened up. He had raped a cheerleader in high school, he said, but then had turned himself around and followed his dad, Tommy Sr., into the Marines.

Pictured: “Jessi” a.k.a “Tallhotblond”

Tommy and Jessi spent more and more time chatting online on Pogo, MySpace and Yahoo. They even scheduled 10-minute phone conversations each day, before and after Tommy’s military duties. When Tommy was in Iraq, his father passed messages and photos between the two, through his Marine contacts.

MySpace Logo
Pictured: MySpace Logo

Tommy got jealous when he started suspecting that Jessi was sending her photos to other men online too. To make it up to him, she sent him one of her thongs and a silver chain. Tommy calmed down and forgave herbut Tommy Sr. stepped in and sternly warned her not to hurt his sensitive, inexperienced son.

 Still, he kept relaying their messages. When Tommy considered suicide in Iraq, Jessi kept him going. He said she was the best thing that ever happened to him. She sent him some custom-made dogtags. He tattooed her name on his arm.

And on Christmas Day, 2005, Tommy asked Jessi to marry him. She said yes. They’d never even met.

If they had, Jessi and Tommy would both have realized that nearly everything that they had told each other was a lie.

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Text Box: We have created this site in memory of our son Brian who was taken from us way too soon!  We are hoping to raise awareness about the dangers of the internet, and hope to see new laws made so that  predators will be held accountable for their actions online.

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‘He got a clean shot in the head and he’s dead’: Chilling 911 call of woman, 20, shot by home invaders who also gunned down her brother and friend

‘He got a clean shot in the head and he’s dead’: Chilling 911 call of woman, 20, shot by home invaders who also gunned down her brother and friend

  • Men broke  into Florida home on September 10 – a day before the friends were to appear in  court to testify in case for earlier home invasion
  • Men  ‘dragged friends from their beds and lined them up in living  room’
  • Alex  Zaldivar, 19, grabbed hands of friends and told them he loved them – ‘but  attackers kicked their hands apart’
  • Fatally  shot but Remington Campos, 23, and Brienna Campos, 20,  survived
  • One suspect  from May invasion was out on bond and electronic tag shows he was not at his  home during second attack; no arrests have been made

Murdered: Alex Zaldivar, 19, was fatally shot in the head by home invaders. At least two men broke into his house on September 10 and lined up him and two friends and shot them, execution style

Pictured; Alex  Zaldivar, 19, was fatally shot in the head by home invaders who broke into his Ocoee, Florida residence on September 10th, 2012.

Brienna Campos

Pictured; Siblings, Brienna Campos (above) and Remington Campos (below) were also shot in the head but survived unbeknownst to their attackers. They made their way to a neighbour for help.

Remington Campos

Scene: It was the second home invasion at the friends' Ocoee home, pictured. Their family believes one of the men from an earlier break-in returned to the house to kill the witnesses

Photo of the Ocoee residence where the home invasion occured. This is the second home invasion that has occured and family believe’s one of the men from the earlier break-in returned to the house to kill the ‘witnesses.’

 

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Woman killed, decapitated rapist who impregnated her

A pregnant woman killed her rapist and left his severed head in the town of Yalvac (Pictured.)

Yalvac, Turkey ↔ The twenty-six year old, mother of two, who’s name has not been released to the public, was five months pregnant with a man who raped her numerous times in a course of a few months. The man would black-mail her, threatening to take naked photo’s of the woman and show them to her parents unless she continued sleeping with him.

She finally had enough and took revenge.

The woman spotted the man in her village in Turkey. She shot her attacker ten times. A few of the bullets were aimed at his private-parts. She then decapitated the man.

The woman then threw his severed head in the square of her local village, saying ”That is the head of the one who toyed with my honour.”

Police arrested her shortly after and according to daily mail, the woman is demanding authorities to let her have an abortion, even though she is well past the ten week limit allowed for terminations in Turkey.

The woman said she was prepared to die as long as she is allowed to go ahead with the abortion.

According to the woman, the rapist continued to taunt her, saying he was going to tell everyone about the rape. She was mortified and scared that her children would get ridiculed .

”My daughter starts school this year, everyone would have insulted her, now no-one can, I saved her honour.” She said.

”They will now call children the kids of the woman who saved her honour.”