The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s records vault released a trove of documents Tuesday concerning their investigation into the December 14, 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook elementary in Newtown, Conn.
Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting: https://t.co/Y8iW6CFTpj
— FBI Records Vault (@FBIRecordsVault) October 24, 2017
Over 1,500 heavily redacted pages split into three parts – likely released as part of a Freedom of Information Act request – feature interviews with unknown individuals, official state and federal reports, numerous subpoenas and more.
In many cases entire pages are redacted, as others are also pointing out online.
So informative! pic.twitter.com/D7xNIlNtwm
— Currie Dobson (@Ventuckyspaz) October 24, 2017
Thanks for the info famalam pic.twitter.com/JAHDgh40Wh
— Pudge Montana (@MontanaPudge) October 24, 2017
Throughout unredacted portions of the docs, 20-year-old gunman Adam Lanza is described as a loner tech-savvy high school dropout who enjoyed Japanese techno music and Manga, had an interest in weapons and was an experienced shooter.