Police Release Full Report on Sandy Hook Shooting, Including Hundreds of Chilling Photos

December 28 2013
by GSL Staff
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The State of Connecticut has released its final report on last year’s Sandy Hook shooting.

The state had previously only released the summary report, which gave substantially more information on the incident, but many called for the full report to be released.

After initially stating that it would not be released, yesterday authorities posted over 700 documents, photos, videos and audio clips related to the investigation.

The photos clearly show an AR-15, Glock 20, and Sig 226 inside the school and a partially converted Saiga 12 shotgun in the trunk of Lanza’s car. The Saiga is most likely what some people mistook for the AR-15.

Some of the new photos released are below. You can view all documents and media at the website setup by the state of Connecticut at http://cspsandyhookreport.ct.gov/

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