by Dean Corbette, Activist Post:
The Hartford Courant is reporting that the Connecticut governor’s office is working in secret with General Assembly leaders to create a bill that would withhold records related to the police investigation of the Newtown elementary school massacre. Victim photos and tape recordings of 911 calls could all become impossible to obtain for any reason.
“There is complete agreement regarding photos etc., and audio tapes, although the act may allow the disclosure of audio transcripts,” a assistant to the Chief State Attorney, Timothy J. Sugrue, told the Hartford Courant.
The bill hasn’t come out from behind closed doors as of yet. There has been no committee review nor has it gone through any routine legislative procedure.
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