More fuel for the Sandy Hook speculation fireSubmitted by GiveMeLiberty on Sun, 02/24/2013 - 08:51
Have to say, not sure what I believe or not believe about this entire story, but this certainly makes you raise an eyebrow.
update 2/25 - I am really shocked at some of the comments below. Especially given my neutral statement above....Some of you are unrelentless. So much for trying to engaged meaningful dialogue. Seems most here know all the details of an event surrounded by controversial media stories. Maybe some of you should write a book or make a documentary. DP sure has changed over the years...that is for sure.
Newtown seeks to deny newspapers access to death certificates
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: