This afternoon, prosecutors in Connecticut will release a much-anticipated 50-page summary of their investigation in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting last year.
No charges are expected because shooter Adam Lanza killed himself after killing 26 people at the school, almost one year ago. Some crime scene evidence is expected to be part of the report, but state police are still withholding much of the evidence they’ve gathered.
Reporter Craig LeMoult of WSHU in Fairfield, Conn., joins Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson with details.
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