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CBS news confirmed that Adam Lanza used to be a student at Sandy Hook school and there was a dispute with the school district. CBS also reported smashed computers. Did someone smash computers to hide evidence?

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kid who was also described as “brilliant” and “a genius.”

“He really was a computer geek,” said Lanza’s aunt, Marsha Lanza of Chicago. “He was a very bright boy.”

Marsha Lanza said Adam’s mother, Nancy Lanza, had disputes with the local school district and eventually ended up home schooling Adam. She could not confirm reports that Adam Lanza had Asperger syndrome or any other learning disability. Sources tell CBS News that Adam Lanza did attend Sandy Hook Elementary School at one time, although it’s currently unclear when and for how long.

“[Nancy] had issues with school … She battled with the school district,” said Marsha Lanza. “I’m not 100 percent certain if it was behavior, learning disabilities, I really don’t know. But he was very, very bright. He was smart.”

CBS News’ Bob Orr reported Sunday morning on “Face The Nation” that police found two smashed computers in the home. Law enforcement authorities have collected the computer pieces to see what information might be retrieved

A friend of Nancy Lanza, local landscaper Dan Holmes, said he believed that Adam’s father was not a large presence in Adam’s life. Nancy Lanza evidently still suffered from a bad divorce and could be “pretty vocal” about her ex.

“I don’t believe the kids saw their father at all,” said Holmes. “She was pretty vocal about her ex-husband … years afterwards.”

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