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Sandy Hook Shooting Report To Be Released Monday

by Staff Report | Nov 22, 2013 3:42pm
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The Danbury State’s Attorney’s Office will release its report on the Sandy Hook Shooting Monday afternoon at around 3 p.m., according to a press release.

State’s Attorney Stephen Sedensky III has been working for almost a year to compile a report on the Dec. 14 murder of 20 children and six educators at an elementary school in Newtown.

The report will be published and available to download on the State of Connecticut Division of Criminal Justice’s website. The will be no accompanying press conference or media availability to answer questions about the investigation, according to a Friday press release from the division.

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posted by: Noteworthy | November 22, 2013  7:54pm

Of course there will be no media availability by State’s Attorney Stephen Sedensky. He only operates behind closed doors and in secret. Besides, if he actually stood in front of the press, somebody might ask him embarassing questions like why the hell did it take so long? Why has so much information been redacted? Why does the report say so little that we don’t know already? How much staff time was spent on this report? And when will the rest of the work be done? And finally, the press might ask Sedensky to explain how in hell a “public servant” can conspire to suppress government information and why he thinks that should be the operative law of the land? By all means, Mr. Sedensky should stay in hiding.