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College Records Reveal Bizarre New Details About Sandy Hook Shooter Adam Lanza (Plus: An Odd New Photo)

What did he "choose not to answer"?

This undated photo circulated by law enforcement and provided by NBC News, shows Adam Lanza. Authorities say Lanza killed his mother at their home and then opened fire inside the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, killing 26 people, including 20 children, before taking his own life, on Friday. (AP Photo/NBC News)

Last night, CBS revealed documents it obtained divulging new information regarding the man who killed 26 people in December at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

In addition to a photo of Adam Lanza from a school I.D. that had not been publicly released since the shooting in Newtown, CBS showed records from Western Connecticut State University where Lanza attended while still a teenager.

Adam Lanza as pictured on his college I.D. (Image: CBS screenshot)

The form, meant to gain information regarding the student's background, asked Lanza, who killed himself after shooting others on Dec. 14, to identify his gender and describe himself. To both of these questions, he answered with "I choose not to answer."

(Image: CBS screenshot)

Documents from the college, which Lanza left after less than a year, were obtained by CBS under the state open records act. They also showed he had a 3.26 GPA while he attended.

Watch CBS' report:

Last week, even more details into Lanza's life were released by authorities, including items found in his family's home after the shooting like a news clipping about a 2008 school shooting, a birthday check from his mother for the purchase of a firearm, and books about autism, Asperger's syndrome and one titled "Train Your Brain to Get Happy."

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(H/T: Daily Mail)

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