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Sandy Hook DA cites 'potential suspects,' fears witness safety

Connecticut State s Attorney Stephen Sedensky III
Connecticut State's Attorney Stephen Sedensky has argued that unsealing warrants in the Sandy Hook case might "seriously jeopardize" the investigation by disclosing information known only to other "potential suspects."
Sedensky said that unsealing the warrants would also:
"identify persons cooperating with the investigation, thus possibly jeopardizing their personal safety and well-being."
The statement by the CT prosecutor's office is the first indication from state authorities that Adam Lanza may have not acted alone. The statement was made in support of a motion to continue the seal on the results of five search warrants for 90 more days.
CT State Police Public Affairs Officer Lt. Paul Vance said in an official press release on December 16th that:
The male subject identified as the shooter at Sandy Hook Elementary School has been identified as ADAM LANZA DOB: 04/22/92; he resided at 36 Yogananda Street. His cause of death was gunshot wound and his death is ruled a suicide.
However, neither Vance nor the CT Attorney General's office have ever ruled out the possible presence of other suspects. The New Haven Register reports Vance as having said: "Whenever you conduct an investigation you don’t speculate as to where it’s going to take you, as I said, we’re going to look at every single thing, every piece of material and we’ll take it from there."
The CT State Attorney General's Office is handling the investigation of the mass shooting, in which 20 children and 8 adults died last December 14th.
The motion to extend the seal on the records for 90 days was granted by Superior Court Judge John Blawie, who wrote in his decision that:
"The court finds that due to the nature and circumstances of this case and the ongoing investigation, the state's interest in continuing nondisclosure substantially outweighs any right to public disclosure at this time,"
The warrants were for searches, on different dates, of the Lanza home, and of Adam Lanza's mother's two cars. One of the cars, a 2010 black Honda Civic, was the vehicle which Lanza allegedly drove to the crime scene. The other, a 2009 silver BMW, was parked in the garage attached to the Lanza home. The court motion seals the affidavits stating what was found upon execution of the warrants for another 90 days, until late March.
Little else is known about what the authorities may be referring to in support of the motion to seal the affidavits for another 90 days beyond the normal statutory allowance of 14 days. Lt. Vance did say in a press conference on December 15, 2012, somewhat apologetically for not being able to answer all of the reporters' questions, that there were "some cards that we're holding close to our vest."
State's Attorney Sedensky wrote in the motion that:
“No arrests have been made and none are currently anticipated, but have not been ruled out.”
Sedensky said:
"There is information in the search warrant affidavits that is not known to the general public"
An image of the key passages in the court motion is below. The entire document has been uploaded at Scribd by the New Haven Register, the venerable New England newspaper associated with the home of Yale University.
(FULL LANZA WARRANT MOTION HERE)
Motion to extend seal on Lanza search warrant affidavits
Public records
Motion to extend seal on Lanza search warrant affidavits
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7 comments

#1Feb 5, 2013 Harold Saive
Great follow-up, Ralph
#2Feb 5, 2013 Terry Hilliker
Ok so if Adam was the shooter of Sandy Hook School on 12-14-12 then why did I find this SSDI Deth Record out of New Hampshire 3 1/2 hours away saying that Adam died on 12-13-12 ?
1 day before the shooting? check the birth dates they are the same.
#3Feb 5, 2013 Hans Smedbol
more mysteries....only time will tell.
#4Feb 5, 2013 Harold Saive
The feds are revealing themselves as either highly incompetent or diabolically manipulative. If the word is out on incompetent it will be progressively more difficult to get state officials to fall for the next ones.
#5Feb 5, 2013 robert sanders
@Terry Hilliker
Ok so if Adam was the shooter of Sandy Hook School on 12-14-12 then why did I find this SSDI Deth Record out of New Hampshire 3 1/2 hours away saying that Adam died on 12-13-12 ?
1 day before the shooting? check the birth dates they are the same.
This is the kind of thing put out there just to make people who question the official story look like kooks. The only way to determine a date of death is to find the death certificate in the state records division, then have the clerk state and notarize that it is authentic. Reporters can then call that clerk and ask "Is this really you, and is this authentic?" A link on the internet proves nothing.
But this does bring us to the interesting fact that a lot of this rubbish is being put out about Sandy Hook, almost in a deliberate and organized fashion (like are "those real tears?") which only serves to demonize all skeptics. Only the weak minded and gullible fall for it. Why fool around with this circumstantial stuff when we have the DA practically coming flat out and saying there are more people?
#6Feb 9, 2013 Steve K
Oops! Somehow I originally missed this article whose link I came across on Jeff Rense website. The following article also exposes 'weaknesses' in the official account and is included for interested readers:
10 things the media don’t want to discover about Sandy Hook ~ Jon Rappoport
#7Feb 12, 2013 robert sanders
@Steve K
Oops! Somehow I originally missed this article whose link I came across on Jeff Rense website. The following article also exposes 'weaknesses' in the official account and is included for interested readers:
10 things the media don’t want to discover about Sandy Hook ~ Jon Rappoport
Good link, thanks. From your link:
Where is the video footage from inside the Sandy Hook Elementary School, footage that surely exists and shows some part of the massacre? Who has that video record? What does the video reveal? Where is the video (or photo) evidence that Adam Lanza was the shooter?

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