Weeks before the deadly rampage in Isla Vista claimed the lives of six people and injured 13 others, police visited the killer. The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department says deputies asked him about the videos he posted on-line, but they never watched them. They also did not go into his apartment to look for weapons. Kyung Lah has the latest on the investigation.
Nick Pasichuke is lucky to be alive. He survived the UCSB rampage and just got out of the hospital. Nick was skateboarding when the shooter ran him down with his car. It shattered Nick's right leg, broke his left leg, left him with facial fractures and other injuries. He spoke to Anderson about his recovery.
Here are pictures of Nick before and after the attack.
The family of the shooter is speaking out through their spokesman Simon Astaire. He says they are crippled with grief. Astaire spoke to Anderson about their intentions to meet with the family of shooting victim Christopher Martinez.
19-year-old Veronika Weiss was in the wrong place at the wrong time when bullets started flying during the Isla Vista, California rampage. She was shot and killed outside the Alpha Phi sorority house, though she belonged to a different sorority. Her father, Bob, and brother, Cooper, told Anderson how they spent hours sitting at the edge of the crime scene waiting for word. They went on to say that they are not angry with the family of her killer.
As the bullets flew in Isla Vista on Friday, some good samaritans put their own lives in danger to save the life of a woman who had been shot. Gary Tuchman has the story some of the heroes who stepped up during the tragedy.
Richard Martinez lost his only son in the Isla Vista rampage. He has gone through more in the last few days than most people can imagine. He spoke to Anderson about his son's love of basketball and how he was a fierce competitor while remaining a gentle person. He also called on lawmakers to take action to prevent another tragedy.
On Friday at 9:17 pm, the killer sends out his frightening 137 page manifesto by e-mail. Moments later a killing spree would begin. Less than two hours later six people will be killed, 13 others wounded and the killer would take his own life. Kyung Lah looks at how the Isla Vista killing spree unfolded.
AC360 is not showing the killer's photo or using his name. Anderson discussed this decision with former LAPD psychologist Kris Mohandie and "Columbine" author Dave Cullen.
Anderson looks back at the lives lost in the killing spree near University of California, Santa Barbara.
Family and friends gathered today for a vigil honoring those who were killed in the rampage.
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