(HARTFORD, Conn.) — Connecticut State Police are expected to release Friday thousands of pages documenting the shooting deaths of 20 first graders and six educators at Sandy Hook Elementary School more than a year ago.
The report is said to include texts, photos and 911 calls previously unseen and unheard by the public. The documents may also include transcripts of interviews with the father of gunman Adam Lanza not yet seen by the public.
A month ago prosecutors released a summary of their investigation that Lanza was isolated, socially awkward and fascinated with mass shootings, but gave no motive for his.
Connecticut Sen. Richard Blumenthal said his hope is that the victims’ relatives receive some closure from the documents being released Friday.
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