Thursday, May 30, 2013

CT, Feds rinse & spin Newtown public records

NEWTOWN – The investigative report on 26 homicides at Sandy Hook Elementary School could be delayed until the end of September, The New Haven Register has learned.

The report, which could be hundreds and perhaps thousands of pages, was discussed this week at a meeting of the State Police Office of Field Operations. Attending were Col. Danny Stebbins and regional command staff including Western District Major William Podgorski.

“This will be a very extensive piece of work,” Lt. Paul Vance said today [Wednesday morning].

Podgorski cited one reason for the delay as the “scrubbing” of FBI reports, according to sources familiar with his presentation. Vance confirmed that, saying: “They do their redactions based on state FOI laws.”

  • Complete Article at New Haven Register

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  • 1 comment:

    Anonymous said...

    transparency is good