Judge to Listen to Newtown 911 Tapes Before Decision

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Judge to Listen to Newtown 911 Tapes Before Decision 08 Nov 2013 New Britain Superior Court Judge Eliot Prescott said Friday he will listen to recordings of 911 calls made from Sandy Hook Elementary School — “as little as I may want to do that” — before deciding whether the calls should remain secret pending an appeal of an order to make the tapes public. The Freedom of Information Commission in September ordered Newtown police to release tapes of 911 calls made from inside the school during the Dec. 14, attack, ruling unanimously that the calls were not exempt from mandatory disclosure. That decision was made over the objections of Danbury State’s Attorney Stephen J. Sedensky III, who has appealed the ruling in court and sought a stay of the order to release the tapes.

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