Who made the state police king?
June 1, 2013
Who made the state police king? Why do they continue to drag their feet in releasing a final report on the investigation into the devastating Dec. 14 shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School? Who gave that agency the authority to decide what the public should know and when they should know it?
Last March, peeved because high-ranking state police officers attending law enforcement conferences were leaking details from the massacre investigation that had not been made public, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy demanded an interim report on the status of the probe. The investigators complied, while stating that a final report on the heinous crime would not be finished until mid-June — at the earliest.
Now we are told by the state police that a final investigative report on Sandy Hook won’t be ready until the end of September, more than nine months after the crime was committed.
Following the events of Sandy Hook, Alex Jones went on record to explain why people believed the shooting may have been an elaborate hoax that relied on a complicit media to help push a manufactured narrative.