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Newtown Seeks to Deny Newspapers Access to Death Certificates

http://digitaljournal.com/article/343981

The Newtown, Connecticut Town Clerk is seeking to deny newspapers from viewing public record death certificates of Sandy Hook victims, according to the Newtown Bee.

The Clerk maintains that access to vital records such as death and marriage certificates should be limited to immediate family members or their representatives, and has undertaken to change present law.
The New York Post, the Connecticut Post, the Associated Press, the Hartford Courant, and other media have put forth requests for official death certificates of Sandy Hook victims, the Newton Bee report says. Newtown Town Clerk Debbie Aurelia says she is working with State Representatives Dan Carter, Mitch Bolinsky, and the leadership of the state association of town clerks to craft state legislation:

"that would provide the press and public with limited directory information from death and marriage records, but would withhold the actual death and marriage certificates."

Death certificates are part of vital public records, which also include birth and marriage certificates. They are public domain documents used, ultimately, to determine official recognition of presence or past presence in civil society...Read more: http://digitaljournal.com/article/343981

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Absolutly understandable,

It's ok by the courts for media @ government to lie to the sheep. It complicates things drastically when official documents are forged. Much easier to get someone before a Judge if that were done. That's why Barry has danced around the Birth Certificate, Oh someone has posted it on the web (not me).

Nothing like throwing gas on the fire...

Yeah, that made all my questions just disappear...

Love or fear? Chose again with every breath.

LOL they are getting so clumsy

trying to get the last little bit of mileage out of the "evil Sandy Hook truthers" meme and just opening the whole can of worms up just as people were forgetting. Even I could run a false flag better than this.

Not being able to leave well enough alone is a sign of desperation. These are not confident criminals. Like having to go back to the crime scene. Dammit, you just know there is something you forgot...

Release the Sandy Hook video.

Isn't that suspicious?

O well, I think the girls are going to be tough to beat on American Idol this year.

"Oh what a tangled

Web they weave !"

"Its easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled."
Mark Twain

from Newtown Bee article Swifty linked to

"Indexes are already available to the public with basic details about birth records," Ms Aurelia said. "I'd like to see similar protections to death and marriage records which may contain locations of burials, mothers' maiden names, and in the case of marriage records, the mothers' maiden names of the bride and groom."

So wouldn't the victims of the Sandy Hook tragedy be buried in or around Newtown? Or would the families have buried them a drive hours away?

I would love to know what the New York Post, Connecticut Post, AP, Hartford Courant et al think about this new aspect to the hoax and will anyone from those 'news services' pursue this further.

If Tyranny and Oppression come to this land, it will be in the guise of fighting a foreign enemy.
James Madison

I guess Newtown doesn't

I guess Newtown doesn't believe in public agencies and records maintained by taxation as belonging to the public. This is not a private town. Death certificates are a matter of record. There is no secret here.

Does anyone else find it wildly encouraging

that these newspapers are even requesting the certs in the first place?

Ya, I was thinking the same thing.

.

Or these papers

may be participating in the cover up. You know, the finally see the certificates, then they run stories saying its all legit.

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Newtown is obviously inventing as they go.

There is a sense that new things must be invented for Newtown.

Things were different in my day.

And for other folks too!

[Telegraph line drops.]

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Notice to Newspapers: Sandy Hook is a "No Freedom Zone."

Sandy Hook is a, "No Freedom Zone."
All your requests for freedom are hereby denied.

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

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The coverup saga...

continues!

No video of Adam Lanza at the school, either. (In case you haven't heard.)

Or, of the guy in Aurora!

hmmmmmm?

But both of the alleged gunmen's dads are implicated in the LIBOR scandal, if that helps to explain anything.

its 'cos I owe ya, my young friend...
Rockin' the FREE world in Tennessee since 1957!
9/11 Truth.

Unreal. This just gets deeper and deeper in the pig waller.

I know usually on Ancestry.com about 2 or 3 months after a death, you can find the death on the Social Security Death Index...for anyone with a social security number. If they don't show up by June, then it means they didn't die or had fake SS numbers....or it was a big hoax.

We are sorry. Your request has been, is, or will be denied.

State Vital Records Office - Death Certificates
http://www.ct.gov/dph/cwp/view.asp?a=3132&q=390664#Who

Who Can Request A Certified Copy Of A Death Certificate?

A certified copy of a Connecticut death certificate may be purchased for a fee by anyone over the age of 18 years. All CT death certificates include the decedent’s cause of death. Requesters must provide basic identifying information about the deceased on the Application for a Copy of a Death Certificate including the name of the decedent, the approximate date of death, and the town where the death occurred so a search for the record can be conducted.

Per CT law (C.G.S.§ 7-51a), for deaths occurring on or after July 1, 1997, only the Funeral Director, the surviving spouse, next of kin or federal or state agencies authorized by federal law may receive a copy of a death certificate with the decedent’s Social Security number or the complete “administrative purposes” section included on the certificate. Eligible parties must indicate on the Application for a Copy of the Death Certificate form whether they are the spouse or next of kin and whether they want a copy of the certificate with the deceased’s Social Security number. The requester does not need to submit a copy of their photo identification or any proof of relationship to the deceased if they are purchasing the certificate, but such proof is needed if requesting the fee waiver for a copy of a veteran’s death certificate.

All other requesters will receive a copy of the certificate without the decedent’s Social Security number. Researchers may request a copy of a death certificate that includes all of the information in the “Administrative purposes” section of the death certificate except the Social Security number. The other “Administrative purposes” information includes the occupation, business/industry, race, and educational level of the deceased.

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

Connecticut State Vital Records Office - Death Certificates

Connecticut State Vital Records Office - Death Certificates

  • Who Can Request a Certified Copy of a Death Certificate?
  • How Do I Request a Death Certificate?
  • How Much Does a Certified Copy of a Death Certificate Cost?
  • One Time Fee Waiver for A Copy of a Veteran’s Death Certificate
  • Application to Request a Death Certificate from the State or Town

If you wish to request a copy of a vital record from the State Vital Records Office, please note the Office has a processing delay of approximately six (6) weeks for requests for birth, death, fetal death, and marriage certificates that are received through the mail.
...

Who Can Request A Certified Copy Of A Death Certificate?

A certified copy of a Connecticut death certificate may be purchased for a fee by anyone over the age of 18 years. All CT death certificates include the decedent’s cause of death. Requesters must provide basic identifying information about the deceased on the Application for a Copy of a Death Certificate including the name of the decedent, the approximate date of death, and the town where the death occurred so a search for the record can be conducted. ...

Researchers may request a copy of a death certificate that includes all of the information in the “Administrative purposes” section of the death certificate except the Social Security number. The other “Administrative purposes” information includes the occupation, business/industry, race, and educational level of the deceased.

See Connecticut General Statutes §7-51a.

How Do I Request A Death Certificate?

A certified copy of a death certificate may be ordered from the town of death or the State Vital Records office via regular mail, in person or via VitalChek, a contracted vendor that provides expedited service for an additional fee. For regular mail requests, click on the link to complete the Application for a copy of Death Certificate and send the completed form, along with a postal money order for the fee amount for each copy of the requested death certificate to the town (see the Town Vital Records Directory) or to the State Vital Records Office.
http://www.ct.gov/dph/cwp/view.asp?a=3132&q=390664#Who

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

Coroner reports

that's all we need, don't fall for the red herring

well see his work is done he already told us

well see his work is done he already told us "THEY ALL DIED FROM THE LONG GUN".

What else could you possible need to know?

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Yeah, but...

Have you seen this Medical Examiner/Coroner?

Aren't they the same weird guy?

its 'cos I owe ya, my young friend...
Rockin' the FREE world in Tennessee since 1957!
9/11 Truth.