State investigators now say their report on the Dec. 14 Newtown shootings will be released in the fall. The lead investigator had previously said he’d hoped it could be released by June. State’s Attorney Stephen Sedensky noted that 28 people died and “We'd much rather have it done correctly than have it done fast if we had a trade off.” Public safety experts say that the sheer number of victims makes the report on the slaughter a daunting task and that the report on the 1999 Columbine shooting took a year. But legislators and others are wondering why the Newtown report is taking so long, since there’s no mystery as to who did the shootings. What’s your view? Should investigators reveal what they know so far? Or do you think there are good reasons the release date is being put off?
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