L.A. Times: "Loughner's ramblings appear rooted in far right"
- Probably Influenced By That Magazine He Doesn't Subscribe To, Say Unnamed Law Enforcement Officials, Maybe. Welch, Matt // Hit & Run;1/9/2011, p68
The article discusses the issues behind the events that led to the mass shooting in Tucson, Arizona by suspect Jared Loughner. It cites the article at "The New York Times" that claims that the incident was due to erratic behavior and extrapolated political theories. The opinion of Mark Potok of...
- The Monetary Theories of Boom Ba. Walker, Jesse // Hit & Run;1/9/2011, p107
The article reports on the developments in the case of Tucson, Arizona shooter Jared Lee Loughner, particularly the claim by Mark Potok of the Southern Poverty Law Center that Loughner gets his ideas from Patriot conspiracy theorist David Wynn Miller.
- About That Supposed American Renaissance Link…. Welch, Matt // Hit & Run;1/9/2011, p7
The article reports on the alleged connection between Tucson, Arizona shooter Jared Loughner and the American Renaissance movement.
- Loughner's Thoughts "often confused other conspiracy theorists" at UFO Website. Suderman, Peter // Hit & Run;1/9/2011, p55
The article examines the activities of Jared Lee Loughner, the alleged mass shooter in Tucson, Arizona. According to Will Rahn of the "Daily Caller," Loughner is a regular participant at the UFO conspiracy website, AboveTopSecret.com. Among the topics covered by Loughner in his posts are...
- The Shootings in Arizona: A Reading List. Walker, Jesse // Hit & Run;1/9/2011, p110
The article discusses the developments in the shooting incident in Arizona, including an interview conducted with the longtime friend of the Tucson shooter Jared Lee Loughner.
- Blame Game. Suderman, Peter // Hit & Run;1/9/2011, p16
The article discusses the connection of violent video games with the shooting spree carried out by 22-year-old Jared Lee Loughner in Tucson, Arizona. The killing by two teenagers of their fellow students at the Columbine High School in 1999 was also linked to violent video games. The position by...
- Frame On. Suderman, Peter // Hit & Run;1/9/2011, p33
In the article, the author discusses the direct connection between mainstream political discourse and the shooting in Tucson, Arizona in early September 2011. He claims that there are efforts to link alleged killer Jared Lee Loughner and his heinous act on some identifiable political framework....
- Heavy Metal and the Tucson Shootings. Root, Damon W. // Hit & Run;1/9/2011, p42
The article reports on the alleged connection of the song "Bodies," by the metal band Drowning Pool, to the shooting spree made by shooter Jared Loughner in Tucson, Arizona.
- If Mental Illness Made Him Do It, Why Punish Him? Sullum, Jacob // Hit & Run;1/9/2011, p44
The article discusses the case of Jared Lee Loughner, the person accused as responsible in the mass shooting incident in Tucson, Arizona in September 2011. According to the "New York Times," it would be tough for Loughner's lawyer to launch an effective insanity defense for the accused. It...