HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says the Chief State's Attorney will release additional information to the public about the Connecticut State Police investigation into the deadly Newtown school shooting.
Malloy said Thursday he was "disappointed and angered" certain information about the Dec. 14 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School was reportedly disclosed by a top state police commander at a law enforcement seminar.
Malloy said he's concerned victims' families may have heard the news for the first time. A column published this week in the New York Daily News, citing an unnamed police officer who attended the seminar, reported that Col. Daniel Stebbins discussed evidence that has been uncovered.
Malloy said additional information about the investigation will be released by March 29. His spokesman confirmed it will be released publicly.
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