Relatives of Adam Lanza, the man accused of killing 26 people at Sandy Hook Elementary school on Friday, are beginning to speak to the public and try to make sense of what brought on the tragedy. "He was different, he was quiet," said Adam Lanza's aunt. "Nice kid, good kid." She also said that her nephew was home-schooled and that he had previously battled with the school district....

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