Yes, Someone Went There. A Sandy Hook Video Game Exists.

An clearly sociopathic ghoul named Ryan Jake Lambourn created a video game in which players re-enact the Sandy Hook massacre -- as the shooter, Adam Lanza. The game begins by shooting Lanza's mother with a Glock and gets more grotesquely tasteless from there.
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An clearly sociopathic ghoul named Ryan Jake Lambourn created a video game in which players re-enact the Sandy Hook massacre -- as the shooter, Adam Lanza. The game begins by shooting Lanza's mother with a Glock and gets more grotesquely tasteless from there.
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An clearly sociopathic ghoul named Ryan Jake Lambourn created a video game in which players re-enact the Sandy Hook massacre -- as the shooter, Adam Lanza. The game begins by shooting Lanza's mother with a Glock and gets more grotesquely tasteless from there.

Hearst Connecticut Newspapers reports that "The Slaying of Sandy Hook Elementary,” video game "directs gamers to storm virtual classrooms with an AR-15 assault rifle in the same vein as Adam Lanza and displays a kill ratio at the end."

"It’s absolutely disgusting that somebody thinks this is funny,” Donna Soto, whose daughter died while shielding students from gunfire, said. “We’re all suffering. All the families are suffering."

The game's release comes almost a month before the shooting's anniversary on Dec. 14.

Nothing is sacred any more. Nothing.

Fortunately, for now, the game has been pulled from the web. But it'll be back.