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Heavily redacted Sandy Hook documents with 'partially blacked out witness statements' released by Conn. police

December 27, 2013 by legitgov

Heavily redacted Sandy Hook documents with 'partially blacked out witness statements' released by Conn. police 27 Dec 2013 State police released thousands of investigative documents related to the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre Friday. The more than 6,500 pages is heavily redacted with witness statements from some of the 12 children who survived the massacre partially blacked out. The release closes the state police investigation. There are thousands of photographs, although none from the horrific crime scenes inside the two classrooms or the hallways of the now-demolished school.

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There's a live Twitter feed

December 27, 2013 by SimonJCP, 42 weeks 3 days ago
Comment: 4112

There's a live Twitter feed at the Courant and they're releasing some pictures:

http://live.courant.com/Event/Excerpts_From_Investigative_Documents_On_Newtown_Shooting

First, we hear from John Ferraro:

"Many of #Newtown state police photos are blacked out. Redaction index has 30 items. #SandyHook"

And then:

"#Newtown report redactions include items "prejudicial" to future law enforcement action despite state saying probe is closed. #Sandyhook"

Ferraro says:

"#Newtown state police report certainly won't quiet conspiracy theories. Most images are blacked out. #SandyHook"

Indeed, by blacking out the pictures they're Furthermore, isn't it interesting that instead of simply saying that it would be in poor taste to release uncensored photographs of the dead, they will be "prejudicial" to the police. That only makes sense if there was a wider conspiracy. Who would the police be prejudiced toward if the only responsible party is dead? I'm reminded of the early report from the Newtown Bee that "an off-duty tactical officer from another jurisdiction" fled into the woods dressed almost exactly like the police claimed that the shooter was. 

 

 
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