All day Monday, news organizations have anticipated the Connecticut State’s Attorney’s release of its full report on the Dec. 14, 2012 mass shooting at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, which left 20 children and six adults slain at the school, and caused a seismic change in the nation’s gun control debate. That 44-page report has been released, and while it contains excruciating detail on the events of that horrific day, plus the findings of the nearly year-long investigation, it does not reveal a clear motive for the shooting.
Perhaps most haunting is the report’s description of the Sandy Hook Elementary School scene investigation, which noted the evidence found at each location in the school, as well as descriptions of the security measure that had been taken once the shooting started.
Along with the 44-page report, the State’s Attorney also released 223 pages of evidence in appendices to the report, which includes search warrants, detailed floor plans, investigative timelines, and evidence photos, including those of the Sandy Hook Elementary school and the home of shooter Adam Lanza.
Click through to see the full Connecticut State’s Attorney’s report on the Sandy Hook investigation, followed by the full set of appendices: