"He will not achieve his goals," wrote Guttenberg. "He'll just lazy and die in jail and even that's too good a result."
"I think our society needs to make it like a black box with a white X," said Lori Alhadeff, whose daughter Alyssa was killed in the carnage, and who now runs for the local school board. "We need to stop giving it a face, because that evil will just continue if our society continues to glorify school shooters."
In the footage, the Parkland suspect begins to introduce himself and proclaim: "I'll be the next school supervisor from 201
He described the weapons he wanted to use and said, "I think I can do a good job."
In a second video, he gives more details, describes his plan to bring an Uber to school, goes upstairs, gets his "AR" off his bag – an obvious allusion to the semi-automatic rifle AR-15 – and shoots as many people as possible in the main courtyard of the school. (The students were shot inside.)
In another recording in which he sounded as if reading a prepared statement, he reflected on his own life and said he lived in "seclusion and loneliness." 19659002] "I am nothing, I am nobody, my life is nothing and meaningless," he said. "With the power of the AR you will know who I am." He added that he had had enough of being told what to do and was tired of being called "an idiot."
Peter Langman, psychologist and author of the book "School Shooters: Understanding High School, College and Adult Offender," said the accused gunman's craving for notoriety similar to other cases of mass casualties.