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Violent crime doesn?t fit in the autism puzzle

As investigators begin to piece together a profile of Connecticut school massacre gunman Adam Lanza, much is being speculated about his possible Asperger's Syndrome diagnosis. But to suggest a tie between autism and violent, sociopathic tendencies is to undermine the large body of research and progress that?s been made in understanding the disorder, says a leading autism expert.
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