UK Daily Mail 
January 21, 2014
New reports have revealed that the FBI had suspicions about Adam Lanza eight years before he committed the second-deadliest mass shooting in American history.
The FBI reportedly went to the Newtown, Connecticut home that he shared with his mother Nancy in 2004 and asked about his computer activity but left before even sitting down with the then-12-year-old.
Newsweek reports that FBI agents went to the family’s Yogananda Street home because they had tracked Adam online after he hacked through two layers of government security.
Nancy Lanza, who would later be killed at the hands of her son, spoke to the officers and convinced them that there was no need for further questioning.