Inves­ti­ga­tors have been slowly releasing infor­ma­tion about the New­town, Conn. shooting that claimed the lives of 20 chil­dren, six adults and the gunman. As the inves­ti­ga­tion unfolds, a number of ques­tions are being raised about how law enforce­ment decides what infor­ma­tion should be made public.

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