December 16th, 2012
10:27 PM ET

'These tragedies must end, and to end them we must change'

  • President heads list of dignitaries and local clergy members offering comfort to the people of Newtown, Connecticut
  • 20 children, six adults and the shooter are dead after shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School on Friday morning
  • Police: Nancy Lanza, mother of gunman, died from multiple gunshot wounds
  • Gunman Adam Lanza had assault rifle magazines that held 30 bullets each, police said
  • Victims' names released Saturday; all of the slain children were either 6 or 7 years old
  • Complete coverage: Connecticut school shooting
  • Soledad O'Brien will be live from Newtown, Connecticut, with advice and insight from Deepak Chopra and from people who have been through other shootings. Watch Starting Point, live at 6 a.m. ET Monday.

[Update 10:27 p.m. ET] Christina Hassinger, 30, the daughter of slain Sandy Hook Elementary Principal Dawn Hochsprung, sent out this tweet after meeting with President Obama before the prayer vigil.


[Updated 9:39 p.m.] A long silence followed the conclusion of President Obama's remarks before the audience began to applaud. The president walked off the stage to return to the floor, but a woman stopped him, turned him around and sent him back up the stairs to the stage. He stopped and waved briefly to the still-applauding crowd before exiting backstage.

The Rev. Bob Weiss, pastor of Newtown's St. Rose of Lima Roman Catholic Church, then offered a prayer for the community's resilience in the times to come.

The Rev. Rob Morris, vicar of King Lutheran Church, gave a benediction before asking the audience to remain in the auditorium, comforting one another, at least until word came that the president had safely exited the school campus.

Read the full text of Obama's speech here.

[Updated at 9:13 p.m. ET] The president recalled a saying that having children is "like walking around with your heart outside your body" before pausing a moment to wipe a tear from his left eye.

"This job of keeping our children safe and teaching them well is something we can only do together," he told the hushed audience. "This is our first task: taking care of our children. It's our first job. If we don't get that right, we don't get anything right."

He then asked whether "we as a nation" are meeting that obligation.

"The answer is no, and we will have to change," he said.

Obama said this was the fourth mass shooting during his presidency, and there were countless other acts of gun violence on a smaller scale.

"We can't tolerate this anymore," he said. "These tragedies must end, and to end them we must change."

[Updated at 9:02 p.m. ET] Saying "we can't accept events like this as routine," President Barack Obama said Sunday he'll use whatever power he has to prevent more tragedies like what happened Friday in Newtown, Connecticut. "Surely we can do better than this," the president said.

[Updated at 8:52 p.m. ET] President Barack Obama is speaking to the crowd, which is remaining almost completely silent.

"We gather here in memory of 20 beautiful children and six remarkable adults," he said. "... I come to offer the love and prayers of a nation."

He assured the people of Newtown that the entire nation felt the loss.

"Our world too has been torn apart. All across this land of ours we have wept with you. We have pulled our children tight. ... Newtown, you are not alone."

[Updated at 8:37 p.m. ET] Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy spoke briefly, saying "We will get better," before introducing President Barack Obama.

[Updated at 8:30 p.m. ET] Newtown First Selectwoman Patricia Llodra said Friday's mass murder was "a defining moment," but it would not itself define Newtown. "We are defined by acts of courage, by love and by our continuing love for our children and families," she said.

[Updated at 8:25 p.m. ET] John Woodall, leader of the local Baha'i community, described "a burning grief" that accompanies the loss of a child, a loss that is "beyond the depth of human endurance." However, he said the sacred scripture of the Baha'i faith offers this admonishment: "Be thou not disconsolate. Do not languish. Do not sigh and weep. For agitatation and mourning affect the soul - the divine soul in the eternal realm."

Leo McIlrath, ecumenical chaplain of the Lutheran Home of Southbury, Connecticut, offered a prayer for the counselors, clergy and caregivers who are trying to comfort the bereaved.

[Updated at 8:16 p.m. ET] A young boy named Jason Graves sang a Muslim chant before Muadh Bhavnagarwala with Newtown's  Al Hedaya Islamic Center offered a one-minute homily. "Verily, with every difficulty there is ease," Bhavnagarwala said, quoting from the Quran in a quavering voice.

Jane Sibley, minister of visitation and spiritual growth, Newtown United Methodist Church, offered a prayer for first responders.

[Updated at 7:58 p.m. ET] Rabbi Shaul Praver, rabbi of Congregation Adathi in Newtown, sang the traditional Hebrew memorial prayer. The Rev. Mel Kawakami, senior minister of Newtown United Methodist Church, stood by his side, wearing a white surplice embroidered with colorful butterflies.

"There is no death, just transformation. May they rest in peace," Praver said.

Kawakami offered a prayer for the dead and the grieving, "for we are all a family as children of God," he said. "We embrace the grieving as our own. Bring us together in peace and amity."

[Updated at 7:49 p.m. ET] President Obama has entered the auditorium to brief, polite applause and quickly taken a seat on the main floor. The Rev. Matt Crebbin, senior minister of the Newtown Congregational Church, is opening the prayer vigil with welcoming remarks.

[Updated at 7:30 p.m. ET] Attendees at the prayer vigil rose to give first responders - paramedics, police officers, firefighters and others - a long standing ovation when they entered the auditorium.

[Updated at 7:07 p.m. ET] The start of the interfaith prayer vigil is delayed as President Obama continues to meet with first responders and families of victims behind closed doors. Sources at Newtown High School say 900 people are in the auditorium for the service, with 1,300 others in the gymnasium overflow.

[Updated at 6:15 p.m. ET] Connecticut's retiring U.S. Sen. Joe Lieberman, Sen. Richard Blumenthal, and Sen.-elect Christopher Murphy are circulating through the Newtown High School Auditorium and speaking with townsfolk assembling there for this evening's prayer vigil.

[Updated at 5:47 p.m. ET] President Barack Obama is meeting with the families of victims and with first responders before this evening's prayer vigil at Newtown High School.

[Updated at 4:03 p.m. ET] President Barack Obama has just landed in Connecticut where he will meet with family members and first responders.  Obama will then attend an interfaith vigil in Newtown, Connecticut.

[Updated at 3:47 p.m. ET] Adam Lanza was identified for the first time by Connecticut State Police as the gunman in Friday's shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

Lt. J. Paul Vance said that Lanza died as a result of suicide using a handgun. Vance added that Lanza's mother, Nancy Lanza, died as a result of "multiple gunshot wounds" in her home.

Vance also told reporters that Adam Lanza used the Bushmaster AR-15 "assault-type weapon" most of the time at the school.

Lanza was armed with magazines that held 30 bullets each, according to Vance. He added that there were hundreds of bullets for the other weapons as well.

Vance told reporters that an additional weapon, a shotgun, was recovered from a vehicle Lanza parked outside of the school. The gunman also had a Glock 10mm and a Sig Sauer 9mm, multiple magazines and additional ammunition.

[Updated at 2:43 p.m. ET] Six-year-old Jessica Rekos was hoping to get cowgirl boots and a cowgirl hat for Christmas. Now her family is left mourning the loss of her young life.

Jessica's family sent us in a photo and statement that they wanted us to share with the world about her:

"Jessica loved everything about horses. She devoted her free time to watching horse movies, reading horse books, drawing horses, and writing stories about horses. We had promised her she could have her very own horse when she turned 10. She asked Santa for new cowgirl boots and a cowgirl hat. She was a creative, beautiful little girl who loved playing with her little brothers, Travis and Shane. She spent time writing in her journals, making up stories, and doing "research" on orca whales – one of her passions after seeing the movie Free Willy last year. She said her dream was to see a real orca. Thankfully her dream was realized in October when she went to SeaWorld.

Jessica was our first born. She started our family, and she was our rock. She had an answer for everything, she didn't miss a trick, and she outsmarted us every time. We called her our little CEO for the way she carefully thought out and planned everything. We can not imagine our life without her. We are mourning her loss, sharing our beautiful memories we have of her, and trying to help her brother Travis understand why he can't play with his best friend. We are devastated, and our hearts are with the other families who are grieving as we are."

You can read more about the rest of the victims in our interactive here, which will be updated as we get more photos and statements from family members.

[Updated at 2:13 p.m. ET] Lee Shull doesn’t want to feel helpless anymore.

That's why as a parent of a child at Sandy Hook Elementary school he gathered other Newtown, Connecticut, residents together on Sunday for a meeting to try to figure out what happened and how they can ensure it doesn't happen again.

The group was seeking to move forward a conversation about gun laws, mental health and the moral fabric of our country in the wake of another deadly shooting.

"We’re trying to get the word out to this country that we thought this was a safe community," Shull said. "This can happen anywhere. We need to start here and learn from this event."

Shull said his family is feeling the impact of the shooting personally. While he’s never met the gunman, his daughter was in a classroom where children were gunned down. Three other girls who shared a dance studio with his daughter are now dead.

[Updated at 1:31 p.m. ET] We've just learned that officials have given the "all-clear" at the St. Rose of Lima Roman Catholic Church in Newtown, Connecticut. The church had been evacuated due to an unspecified threat.

[Updated at 1:27 p.m. ET]  Authorities evacuated a Catholic church in Newtown, Connecticut, Sunday. It was unclear why the St. Rose of Lima Roman Catholic Church had been evacuated.

Witnesses said authorities told them to leave the church premises.  A column of armed police officers walked across the church property and entered a building next to the church's parking lot.

The church is less than two miles from Sandy Hook Elementary School.

[Updated at 1:03 p.m. ET] Lillian Bittman, a former chairwoman of the Newtown Board of Education, struggled to speak about the victims killed at Sandy Hook Elementary school.

She knew some of them directly, including Principal Dawn Lafferty Hochsprung, who she helped appoint.

“Everyone just feels violated,” she said of the town and the school she had been involved with for over 15 years. "It's unbelievable that this could happen to a little school that had so much joy in it."

Bittman said the school had done everything they thought they could to protect the children. And she hopes that out of tragedy, the country can find a way to move forward in a meaningful way.

"I need the country and the world to understand that out of this we have to bring good. This was an idyllic setting for children and now children, young children, have died," she told CNN's Don Lemon. "When Columbine happened, our school put in a buzzer system. But this keeps happening."

Bittman said that the families of those who were murdered are understandably "a mess" right now. She feels the same. The question now, she said, is whether we can put aside our differences as a country on mental health and gun control issues to make sure something as tragic as this doesn't happen again.

"We as a country have to use this to come together and look at all the solutions. What can the world do? Love each other and work together," she said. "Figure this out so no more six-year-olds die or have to watch their teacher die in their classroom."

[Updated at 12:12 p.m. ET] We are learning more details about the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.

Here's what the family of Olivia Rose Engel, 6, wanted to share about her:

"Olivia Rose Engel was a precocious and completely endearing six-year old. She loved school, and was very good at math and reading. She was creative, loved craft projects and art class, and loved participating in as many sports and activities as her mom Shannon could get her to- from tennis to swimming, ballet to soccer, Daisy Girl Scouts to musical theater, and her church’s CCD program, nothing was off limits for little girl who’s favorite colors were pink and purple. Olivia was always keen to take a spin on the lake and Sound on her dad or grandpa’s Whaler. She was a patient big sister to three-year old Brayden, lead Grace each evening at the dinner table, and was a six-year old with a lot to look forward to."

To learn more about the victims, please look at our interactive, which will be updated as we get more information.

[Updated at 12:12 p.m. ET] U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal said he has been touched by the "strength and resilience' of the community of Newtown in the wake of the school shooting.

"I don’t think I will ever forget the cries of grief and pain that I saw at that firehouse," Blumenthal, a Democrat representing Connecticut said, referring to the area where families gathered to learn if their loved ones were alive or dead.

[Updated at 12:02 p.m. ET] Authorities still have many witnesses, including children, that they will interview in the investigation of a Connecticut elementary school shooting, Connecticut State Police Lt. Paul Vance told reporters Sunday.

"Our people are talking with everybody slowly but surely, but methodically, too," he said. "This is something where people's hearts are broken, as we all well know. And we have to be sensitive."

[Updated at 11:54 a.m. ET] Authorities investigating the Connecticut elementary school shooting are analyzing evidence they've collected, including firearms, Connecticut State Police Lt. Paul Vance told reporters Sunday.

"We are tracing them historically to all the way back on the workbench when they were being assembled," he said.

[Updated at 11:50 a.m. ET] Inaccurate information about the Connecticut elementary school shooting is spreading on social media, and authorities could prosecute those responsible, Connecticut State Police Lt. Paul Vance told reporters Sunday.

Connecticut State Police Lt. Paul Vance addresses reporters on Sunday morning.

"Misinformation is being posted on social media sites," he said. "There has been misinformation from people posing as the shooter in this case, posing using other IDs. Mimicking this crime and crime scene and criminal activity that took place in this community. There's been some things in somewhat of a threatening manner. ... These issues are crimes. They will be investigated. ... Prosecution will take place when people who are perpetrating this information are identified."

[Updated at 11:47 a.m. ET] Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California said Sunday the president will soon have legislation "to lead on" in the gun control debate, announcing she will introduce a bill next month in the Senate to place a ban on assault weapons.

"We'll be prepared to go, and I hope the nation will really help," Feinstein said on NBC's "Meet the Press."

The senator said she'll introduce the bill when Congress reconvenes in January and the same legislation will also be proposed in the House of Representatives.

"We're crafting this one. It's being done with care. It'll be ready on the first day," she said, adding that she'll soon announce the House authors.

"It will ban the sale, the transfer, the importation, and the possession. Not retroactively, but prospectively. It will ban the same for big clips, drums or strips of more than 10 bullets," she said. "There will be a bill."

[Updated at 9:59 a.m. ET] The gunman used his weapon to force his way into the building, the state's governor told CNN Sunday.

"He penetrated the building by literally shooting an entrance into the building. That's what an assault weapon can do for you," Gov. Dan Malloy told CNN's Candy Crowley.

Gunman described as quiet, withdrawn

Malloy also said he was the one who broke the news to families that their loved ones had died at the school.

"It's a very difficult thing to do," he said. "The parents had been gathered for a number of hours, clinging to hope. ...And you can never be prepared for that, to tell 18-20 folks, or actually families, that their loved one would not be returning to them that day or in the future."

The Connecticut governor also discussed wanting tougher federal laws.

[Updated at 7:00 a.m. ET] Here's a quick look at the latest updates in the Connecticut elementary school shooting:

Relatives of the victims will meet with President Barack Obama on Sunday when the president visits.

All the victims died from gunshot wounds and were struck multiple times, said H. Wayne Carver II, Connecticut's chief medical examiner. Their deaths were classified as homicides.

All 20 of the slain children were either 6 or 7 years old.

Investigators have been combing "every crack and crevice" of the school and have found some "very good evidence" there and at suspect Adam Lanza's home, where his mother Nancy was killed.

The deadly shooting that shattered this quiet New England town also reignited the ongoing debate about gun laws in America.

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  1. jlf

    it bothered me that little was said about the 6 adults who gave their lives during this tragic,horrific event. there are 26 new stars in the heavens tonight, not 20 as was stated during the international faith service.

    December 16, 2012 at 9:12 pm | Report abuse |
  2. Charlie drake

    Liberals kicked our God out of schools and public buildings.

    December 16, 2012 at 9:13 pm | Report abuse |
    • Kathy

      There was prayer in school for many years. It changed nothing. God is not responsible for those deaths. Think about what you just said!

      December 16, 2012 at 9:19 pm | Report abuse |
    • JayJ7

      That is your big concern? If you want to see evil look in the mirror.

      December 16, 2012 at 9:21 pm | Report abuse |
  3. scott

    When Government stops taking money from the people and giving it to banks and corporations and prosecutes blatant acts of corruption then gun control could be an option.

    December 16, 2012 at 9:14 pm | Report abuse |
  4. david

    Guns are not the problem. Shown by the stabbings in china. They all lived yes but there was still some one willing to do it. Norwegian states have 1:1 gun ownership and they do not have as much crime or this happen like we do. If they don't have gun's they can just use bomb's very easy to make can look them up on the internet....

    To fix this we need more social programs and medical help for the mentally ill. It's cheaper than putting them in jail or having something like this happen.Also.... Need the media to stop covering it like a car chase, just give them more reason to do it, makes them think their life will have meaning if they go out with a bang.

    December 16, 2012 at 9:16 pm | Report abuse |
  5. Selmers

    There is no greater threat to our children than the policies this yahoo wants to put into place. Impeach Obama NOW!

    December 16, 2012 at 9:17 pm | Report abuse |
  6. Allen

    when people don't believe in God, life in logical terms becomes meaningless in the long term.

    December 16, 2012 at 9:17 pm | Report abuse |
  7. Greg Sheets

    This has nothing to do with god in schools it has everything to do with mental illness . Be responsible gun owners and keep your guns safe and secure.

    December 16, 2012 at 9:17 pm | Report abuse |
  8. Selmers

    Gun control is as pointless as trying to ban people with mental health issues.

    December 16, 2012 at 9:18 pm | Report abuse |
    • Kathy

      Gun control is pointless? When gun control was tighter this never happened. Don't give up. Don't just lie down & quit.

      December 16, 2012 at 9:21 pm | Report abuse |
    • Jeremy

      Kathy please cite a source or link that show this?? The 1994 AW ban had little to no effect on violent crime...

      December 16, 2012 at 9:25 pm | Report abuse |
  9. BRod

    President Obama: grow a pair and ban semi-automatic weapons (for a start). I really want to like you, but you have to stand firm for something – why not start with the guns that nobody has any good reason to own in the first place?

    December 16, 2012 at 9:19 pm | Report abuse |
    • addison

      would that have stopped this? no, does it solve anything? no... how about focusing on the 3.3 million kids molested each year and the 58,000 murdered each year mostly by strangulation. As long as you focus on "things" you solve nothing.

      December 16, 2012 at 9:22 pm | Report abuse |
    • xm1

      And we could ban alcohol too. That kills way more kids and adults each year than guns.

      December 16, 2012 at 9:26 pm | Report abuse |
    • Jeremy

      Umm...nope...millions of those rifles are used every day without killing anyone...focus on the people with mental problems and the low value we put on life...

      December 16, 2012 at 9:27 pm | Report abuse |
    • George Wenger

      Imagine we are in the year 1776. Do you imagine that the we all met in Philadelphia to decide which rights we should vote away in order to secure freedom and security? Or did we all take up up arms so that, as of 2012, America does not bow to a foreign monarch?
      History has a lot to tell us, if only we would all listen. Good intentions are NOT sufficient to produce results in the real world.

      December 16, 2012 at 9:27 pm | Report abuse |
    • Jeremy

      WTG cricket..spoken like a true elmer fudd!

      December 16, 2012 at 9:29 pm | Report abuse |
    • Goet

      Purpose? How about the first amendment. Oh, yeah. You consider that to be outdated. So, I'm guessing you're willing to give the 1st amendment since the founding fathers had no concept of mass media and digital communication.

      fair trade?

      December 16, 2012 at 9:32 pm | Report abuse |
    • Greg

      If you could pass a law that banned semi-automatic weapons tomorrow. You would have a revolution in this country starting Tuesday. Everyone needs to understand this isn't a simple task. Once we ban weapons, government has total control over the people, good or bad.

      December 16, 2012 at 9:33 pm | Report abuse |
    • Lori

      The guns have to go PERIOD. THis is a disgrace. No right to bear Arms! Period. Use your damn fist if you have to!

      December 16, 2012 at 9:33 pm | Report abuse |
    • Jeremy

      Lori..please tell me how YOU will get rid of the guns from all the citizens AND the criminals??

      December 16, 2012 at 9:38 pm | Report abuse |
  10. Lisa

    The President did NOT say anything about gun laws, he did NOT say anything about any specific laws. In fact, he did say that the cause of these things is more complex than any single law. He said that we as a nation must stop accepting horrors like this. Period. That's the mindset we all must start from – that we must take care of the children, and we must stop accepting horrors like this. Would anybody disagree with this as a starting point for us all?

    December 16, 2012 at 9:19 pm | Report abuse |
    • Jeremy

      It's what they don't say that you have to worry about...

      December 16, 2012 at 9:28 pm | Report abuse |
    • xm1

      Well I, for one, agree with this as a starting point. Banning guns at this point does nothing to protect our kids. There are 300 million guns in the US. What will banning the sale of "assault rifles" do at this point but score political points. We need to protect the kids now. We need to delve deeper into the identification of, and the assistance provided to, the mentally ill. We also need to develop better ways to protect kids in schools today. There are things we can do with the gun issue too but that certainly not the starting point. Not if your agenda is really to protect the kids.

      December 16, 2012 at 9:39 pm | Report abuse |
  11. BRod

    you mean "kills a clump of cells that has the potential to become a baby".

    December 16, 2012 at 9:20 pm | Report abuse |
  12. Mike from Calgary

    America is full of guns and wackos! If you don't think so, look at the NRA pap parroted in the acomments.

    The NRA is a friend to terrorists around the world!

    December 16, 2012 at 9:20 pm | Report abuse |
    • addison

      just keep your comments in Calgary.

      December 16, 2012 at 9:24 pm | Report abuse |
    • Jeremy

      Ya' take off eh?

      December 16, 2012 at 9:30 pm | Report abuse |
    • Kathy

      What Americans don't understand is the NRA was originally a responsible organization with values. Then the big guns stepped in – Grover Norquist, the Koch Bros. NRA stopped being pro-member and became pro-gun manufacturers. They paid big money to get court rulings destroying intent of the 2nd amendment.

      December 16, 2012 at 9:31 pm | Report abuse |
    • Mr Smith

      The world already knows that.

      December 16, 2012 at 9:37 pm | Report abuse |
  13. Britt Moore

    This is not a question any of you can answer. It has to do with a lot of factors, guns, television, mental illness, govt. economy, bad parenting, bullying, divorce, pop culture, loss of tradition, moral breakdown social networking, advertising, it's just part of the end of the world.

    December 16, 2012 at 9:21 pm | Report abuse |
    • Kathy

      It doesn't happen in Canada-same movies,same video games. Gun control does not mean banning guns for responsible owners for personal protections. What's with all this let's just give up because it will happen again.It will,but what if 1 or 2 or more are prevented.What if it is your loved one. Point your finger wherever. It's guns. Guns have one purpose-to kill.

      December 16, 2012 at 9:29 pm | Report abuse |
    • Goet

      It doesn't happen in Canada? Yes, it does.

      Besides, we're just preserving you for a food source after the apocalypse.

      Keep eating! We need you nice and roly poly.

      December 16, 2012 at 9:34 pm | Report abuse |
  14. Joe

    I believe the President's speech was honorable in remembering the victims. In addition, he reminds us that we all do have a duty to protect our kids and we have failed miserably. Otherwise, this would not have happened. He points out that unless we do something to radically change and soon, this senseless violence and loss of life will continue. This is Unacceptable. During 9/11, everyone moved heaven and earth to find those who committed the crimes that killed Innocent lives and moved radically fast to prevent further terrorism. This gun violence is like domestic terrorism that continues to destroy our way of life and take precious lives! And by whom, our own people!!!!! We had better move heaven and earth to prevent further gun violence otherwise, this domestic terrorism will quickly surpass real terrorism inflicted by international radicals.

    December 16, 2012 at 9:22 pm | Report abuse |
  15. bruce USA

    Where's all the atheists while all this religious "going-on" is being played and prayed out in Newtown??? President Obama quoting scripture and people saying "your in our prayers" And televised memorial services from inside a church??? (heaven forbid !!!)
    Come on atheists!!! Why are you passing up on this golden opportunity to protest???
    Of course I'm being felicitous! But this lets our atheistic community that people do believe and will continue to believe in a power greater than themselves!!!

    December 16, 2012 at 9:24 pm | Report abuse |
    • Kathy

      Why is the gun culture so entrenched in right-wing "Christianity."

      December 16, 2012 at 9:26 pm | Report abuse |
    • red

      bruce, I'm assuming you mean *facetious*? I think most atheists are being sensitive and letting people deal with their grief however they need to. I can't offer my prayers, but I can offer my sympathies and well wishes for the survivors, my support behind gun reform, and helping out in my own community – volunteering with at risk teens, donating blood etc. Every little that we can do makes a difference, even if it doesn't make the front page of CNN.

      December 16, 2012 at 9:38 pm | Report abuse |
    • biancalyttle

      Are you an Atheist?! It is not late to convert your believe yet, God will still forgive you... May God bless your soul til the end of time...

      December 16, 2012 at 9:40 pm | Report abuse |
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