Feb 9, 2013 No Comments ›› littlebytes
Excerpted from LBN:
I haven’t written much on the Sandy Hook tragedy since the funerals of each of the victims and the burial of Adam Lanza and his mother in December. I have written about the overreaction to Sandy Hook by the media, some parents and politicians who want to enforce stricter gun control laws as a result. However, I came across some new information today, which reveals local news reports on the police investigation.
I thought this was rather surprising to hear, especially since I had dismissed any thoughts of a conspiracy behind the shootings, but I never dismissed the thought that others may have witnessed the shootings or were involved, especially because police were seen in local news video by WABC chasing a suspect or witness into the woods near the school:
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In addition, I recall news reports reporting on the day of the shooting that police were searching for a suspect or suspects in a maroon/purple van [as revealed in the police audio/video below].
The below Newtown police scanner audio/video was originally broadcast on December 14, 2012 and then posted on December 23, 2012 to Intel Web, and re-posted Jan 9, 2013 after the original was scrubbed from YouTube.
Here is the information from Intel Hub:
At 1:34:19 into the video, “Two occupants with possible ski masks”.At 1:35:07 into the video, “One may be wearing a nun outfit, headed toward Danbury and Stoney Hill, purple van”.
New information has now been brought forth by Connecticut State Attorney Stephen Sedensky, suggesting that records pertaining to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting have been sealed to possibly hide the identity of witnesses from multiple shooter suspects and that they should not be unsealed anytime soon.
Officials fear the safety of witnesses.
The motion to extend the seal on the records for 90 days was granted by Superior Court Judge John Blawie, who wrote in his decision that:
“The court finds that due to the nature and circumstances of this case and the ongoing investigation, the state’s interest in continuing nondisclosure substantially outweighs any right to public disclosure at this time.”
The warrants were for searches, on different dates, of the Lanza home, and of Adam Lanza’s mother’s two cars. One of the cars, a 2010 black Honda Civic, was the vehicle which Lanza allegedly drove to the crime scene. The other, a 2009 silver BMW, was parked in the garage attached to the Lanza home. The court motion seals the affidavits stating what was found upon execution of the warrants for another 90 days, until late March.
The judges decision is also based on the belief that:
Connecticut State’s Attorney Stephen Sedensky has argued that unsealing warrants in the Sandy Hook case might “seriously jeopardize” the investigation by disclosing information known only to other “potential suspects.”
Sedensky said that unsealing the warrants would also:
The statement by the CT prosecutor’s office is the first indication from state authorities that Adam Lanza may have not acted alone.
“identify persons cooperating with the investigation, thus possibly jeopardizing their personal safety and well-being.”