Prosecutor opposes release of Sandy Hook 911 tapes

From DANBURY — The state prosecutor in charge of the investigation into the Sandy School Elementary School shooting is objecting to a recommendation by a state Freedom of Information Commission attorney to make recordings of 911 calls from inside the school public.

Danbury State’s Attorney Stephen Sedensky III is challenging the recommendation on numerous grounds, including that the commission lacks jurisdiction to hear the appeal by the Associated Press, Hearst Connecticut Newspapers and other news organizations of the town’s refusal to release the records.

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