Comment: On Nov 22, just days prior to the Nov, 25 release of a highly dubious report, Joseph Ametrano – or parties representing Mr. Ametrano , succeeded in having Youtube remove important video evidence of foreknowledge in the Sandy Hook event. Although this is only one exhibit of many internet documents, the timing is a compelling clue that the unusual resistance to full disclosure of 911 calls is hiding facts that could blow the lid off the case. Many investigators suspect the Sandy Hook event was an attempt to condition the public for an upcoming federal “gun-grab”, in violation of the 2nd Amendment to the US Constitution.
The video deleted by Youtube (below) is evidence that Joseph Ametrano uploaded a Sandy Hook memorial video to VIMEO on Dec 10, 2012 – 4 days prior to the alleged murders on Dec 14th.
Report On Sandy Hook Shooting Investigation To Be Released
Nov 25, 2013
HARTFORD, Conn. (CBSNewYork/AP) – Investigators are planning to release a long-awaited report on the Newtown school shooting, nearly a year after the massacre of 20 children and six women inside Sandy Hook Elementary School.
The Dec. 14 shooting plunged Newtown into mourning, elevated gun safety to the top of the agenda for President Barack Obama and led states across the country to re-evaluate laws on issues including school safety.
The report expected Monday will not include the full evidence file of Connecticut State Police, which is believed to total thousands of pages.
The decision to continue withholding the bulk of the evidence is stirring new criticism of the secrecy surrounding the investigation.
Dan Klau, a Hartford attorney who specializes in First Amendment law, said the decision to release a summary report before the full evidence file is a reversal of standard practice and one of the most unusual elements of the investigation.
“What I found troubling about the approach of the state’s attorney is that from my perspective, he seems to have forgotten his job is to represent the state of Connecticut,” Klau said. “His conduct in many instances has seemed more akin to an attorney in private practice representing Sandy Hook families.”
Sedensky has gone to court to fight release of the 911 tapes from the school and resisted calls from Conn. Gov. Dan Malloy to divulge more information sooner.
The withholding of 911 recordings, which are routinely released in other cases, has been the subject of a legal battle between The Associated Press and Sedensky before the state’s Freedom of Information Commission, which ruled in favor of the AP, and now Connecticut’s court system.
A hearing is scheduled Monday in New Britain Superior Court on whether the judge can hear the recordings as he considers an appeal.
The report will be released online Monday afternoon.
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