Many of Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza’s darkest secrets are going to stay secret.
A Connecticut judge has overturned a decision by the state’s Freedom of Information Commission to release a spiral-bound notebook that the mass murderer called “The Big Book of Granny” and into which he poured his thoughts, The Hartford Courant reported Tuesday.
The judge also nixed the release of a spreadsheet of earlier mass killings that Lanza created, according to the Courant, which had requested the items.
The FOIA, Judge Carl Schuman wrote, does not apply to “documents that were private property before seizure by the police and that a court would ordinarily order returned to the rightful owner by the end of a criminal case.”
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