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By Donald Lambro
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Neil Berthier
In the window of a local deli, the mother of a Sandy Hook Elementary School student has left a message for this grieving town. Mourning will continue for weeks, months, even years, but focus is turning increasingly to larger issues surrounding Friday's massacre.
"Once you realized who [the killer] was, it all made sense," Mr. Berthier said. "He really didn't have any friends. ... But you never think they're going to do anything like that."
After learning who the killer was, Mr. Berthier said, he wasn't surprised but until then never sensed Lanza would resort to such heartless violence.