There are a lot of people who, for understandable reasons, would like the story of the Sandy Hook shootings to fade away. But, of course it never will. It's part of our molecular structure, especially here in Connecticut.
This hour, we touch on some of the questions answered by the release of the state's so called final report on the murders. We also talk about some of the questions that haven't been answered and the peculiar, to some of us, reluctance by the state to release this report.
The report is thousands of pages long, and I think it's fair to say that nobody has read all of it since it came out Friday afternoon. It seems to be heavy on paperwork and lighter on original documents from the life of Adam Lanza.
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- Jeff Cohen is a reporter at WNPR
- Dr. Hank Schwartz is the psychiatrist-in-chief at Hartford's Institute of Living, and Vice-President of behavioral health at Hartford Hospital
- Susan Schmeiser is a professor of law at the University of Connecticut School of Law who teaches mental health law
- Kevin Kane is the Chief State's Attorney
- Jim Smith is president of the Connecticut Council on Freedom of Information, and serves on the Task Force on Victim Privacy and the Public's Right to Know