Davies' gun order was intercepted by Homeland Security at Newark Airport in New York, with police arresting Davies at his home in Gloucester after delivering a dummy package to him on June 20 last year. Giving evidence at his teen, Davies denied that he was intending to carry out a mass shooting and said he had bought the weapon from New York to kill himself.
The depth of research Davies had carried out and the extent of his planning under what he himself termed 'phase one' leaves us in no doubt he was intending to follow in the footsteps of the murderers he idolised. Edit Cast Credited cast: Trevor Matthews Pete Joe Newton The Beast Mike Clark Lab Assistant 1 Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Stephanie Caruso Chelsea Mike Clark Smoking Scientist Bryan Farr Hame Matt Gervais Claude Patrick Henry Louis Wade McAllister Edit Storyline Four unsuspecting teens are sent to a local forest to work on what they think is a science experiment for class.
Edit Details Country: Canada. Language: English. Filming Locations: Kanata, Ontario, Canada. Budget: CAD7, estimated. Color: Color. Add the first question.
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Brit teen, 19, jailed for plotting Columbine-style gun massacre at school
The material they found was disturbing and chilling. The material showed extensive research on your part and an interest in mass murders. The court heard Davies had researched "in detail" the Columbine High School shootings, Anders Breivik and the case of Liam Lyburd, who plotted a mass murder at his former college. It ran to thousands of pages. These messages included: "Hello Mr Policeman" and "This one Mr Policeman" with an arrow pointing to writing about Davies' mental state.
A note on his bedside table was entitled Gotterdammerung, or twilight of the gods, and listed equipment required for a mass shooting event.
Poppe held private screenings for the bereaved, and out of consideration for them, no footage — not even a trailer — is being released until the film premieres in Norway next month. She explains that "many victims are told that they have to forget and go on with their lives and this movie really shows why that is so hard. She says that while some victims feel uneasy about the film, others see it as helpful.
She worked as an adviser on the film and addressed a press conference at the Berlin Film Festival.
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That's where the art of film can tell a story in another way that speaking cannot. Mode Steinkjer, arts editor for the Norwegian broadsheet Dagsavisen, says the attacker still writes letters to newspaper editors from prison, vying for attention.
Steinkjer adds these letters do not see the light of day, but stresses that it is important not to neglect what happened.