As more details emerge about Arizona psycho shooter Jared Loughner, the story becomes more and more creepy. Apparently, Police have found papers at the Loughner’s home that leads them to believe that this shooting was not a random act of violence.
He had her in his cross hairs for years.
The crackpot gunman charged in the frenzied ambush of Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords on Saturday had stashed handwritten messages in his basement safe bearing the chilling words: “Gifford,” “My assassination” and “I planned ahead,” authorities said yesterday.
Accused killer Jared Lee Loughner, 22, signed at least one of the pieces of paper, which he put in a single envelope and placed in the safe at his parents’ modest one-story home in the northwest section of the city, according to charges filed yesterday in federal court in Phoenix.
Also inside the safe was a letter on Giffords’ congressional stationery thanking Loughner for attending one of her “Congress on your Corner” events at a mall in Tucson in 2007.
Loughner had asked Giffords at the event, “What is government if words have no meaning?” according to two friends from high school.
It’s kind of hard to believe that this kids parents didn’t recognize that their son was a fawking lunatic, or at LEAST keep and eye on him. His college professors did…
He soon enrolled at Pima Community College, where his wacko behavior immediately alarmed students and professors.
Pima officials said in a statement that from February to September 2010, campus cops were called on Loughner five times because of classroom and library disruptions.
He was suspended after college police discovered a YouTube video in which Loughner claimed the college was “illegal.”
Along with the suspension came a terse letter to Loughner’s parents stating if he wanted to come back, he’d have to “obtain a mental-health clearance” from a professional,” the school said. Loughner dropped out instead.
Pima math teacher Ben McGahee said Loughner worried him.
“I always felt, you know, somewhat paranoid,” McGahee told The Washington Post. “When I turned my back to write on the board, I would always turn back quickly — to see if he had a gun.”
An older student in the class, Lynda Sorenson, 52, was scared stiff of the lunatic. She wrote e-mails — provided to The Washington Post — alluding to Loughner’s antics.
“He scares me a bit . . . Hopefully he will be out of class very soon, and not come back with an automatic weapon,” she wrote on June 1, the first day of class.
So everybody knew Loughner was scared sh*tless of him and yet his parents were living with him and never thought “Hey our son, might need to lay on a doctors couch.” Hope the authorities are looking into them too, something ain’t right about this…