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The danger facing American Muslims is bigger than the Chapel Hill shooting

Craig Stephen Hicks didn’t act alone.

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Sandy Hook victim’s family seeks trademark to stop online harassment

Fake Twitter accounts are spreading Sandy Hook conspiracies, and this family is fighting back.

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Navy Yard shooter identified after false initial reports

Meanwhile, journalists with both CBS and NBC retracted earlier tweets after wrongly reporting the suspect’s name.

On by Kris Holt

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This is the likely online alias of Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza

As Kaynbred, Lanza’s favorite haunts were mostly gun forums, where he displayed an intense curiosity about gun laws, weapons, and ammunition.  

On by Kevin Morris

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Behind the “Sandy Hook Truther” conspiracy video

How exactly does a homemade conspiracy video rack up 5 million views without any mainstream coverage?

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New York Post duped by obvious Ryan Lanza impostor

The interview with Ryan Lanza, brother of Newtown, Conn., killer Adam Lanza, seemed like a blockbuster exclusive for The New York Post. Unfortunately it was all a hoax.

On by Kevin Morris

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What we know about alleged school shooter Adam Lanza

After erroneous early reports about the identity of the man who opened fire at a Newtown, Conn., elementary school Friday morning, the shooter has now been identified. Here’s what we know so far.

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4 White House petitions launched to address gun control

In the wake of another national tragedy, citizens are trying to take a stand online at the We the People petition site. 

On by Kevin Morris

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This Twitter account does not belong to reported school shooter

As reports emerged that a man named Ryan Lanza was the shooter in the Newtown, Conn., elementary school mass shooting, a number of Twitter accounts under that name received hateful tweets.

On by Kris Holt

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Did the media target the wrong Ryan Lanza?

The suspected Ryan Lanza is updating his Facebook, proclaiming his innocence to his friends. 

On by Kevin Collier

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