Troubled gunman Adam Lanza once considered joining the Marines, a demanding career that his mother ultimately decided wouldn’t be the right fit her antisocial son, a family friend claims.
While mom Nancy Lanza liked that her 20-year-old son could be given purpose and structure, she knew that serving in the armed forces wasn’t something that he could handle, friend Ellen Adriani told the Connecticut Post.
He even said he could join another branch of the military if the Marines didn’t pan out, the newspaper reported Thursday.
“It became overwhelmingly clear to her that (military service) wasn’t right for him," said Adriani, who never actually met Adam Lanza.
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