Connecticut court rules Sandy Hook shooter’s writings be made public

Connecticut’s Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the state’s open records laws do not exempt writings and some other personal belongings of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooter from being made public, the Associated Press reported.

The court ruled that Adam Lanza’s belongings, including a spreadsheet ranking mass murders and personal journals containing disturbing writings about hurting children must be made public by police.

According to AP, thousands of materials already have been released and could offer insight into Lanza’s motive for the shooting, which was never determined.

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