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Sandy Hook 9-1-1 Audio Tapes Released

A year after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting rampage that left 26 people dead, the audio recordings of the 9-1-1 calls are now public.
NEWTOWN, CT -- A year after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting rampage that left 26 people dead, the audio recordings of the 9-1-1 calls are now public.

Police in Newtown, Connecticut distributed nearly 30 minutes of the 9-1-1 calls to media organizations Wednesday after a court ordered them to do so against the wishes of many of the victim's families. Many say the tapes are newsworthy, but Newtown officials say releasing the tapes will create a new layer of pain for many in Newtown.

As a company, we have decided here at Big 2 not to air or publish the audio from the 9-1-1 calls.
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