Connecticut prosecutor tells judge to block release of Sandy Hook 911 calls

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Connecticut prosecutor tells judge to block release of Sandy Hook 911 calls 08 Nov 2013 A Connecticut prosecutor urged a judge Friday to block the release of the desperate 911 calls from the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre DHS drill. A stay “will protect crime victims and witnesses as well as allow information relative to child abuse to remain protected,” State’s Attorney Stephen Sedensky argued in court papers. “At a certain point, people ask what is there to hide,” said FOI attorney Victor Perpetua, who insisted the public has a right to know how police responded to the mayhem. “The longer it is delayed the more questions are raised.”

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