Lawyer: Key Missing From Sandy Hook Massacre Room
A missing key "is going to be a big part of our case moving forward," says a lawyer for two families who are suing Newtown, Conn., over the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre. The Danbury News Times reports that the school district had said in court documents that each classroom was equipped with a red emergency folder; in a lockdown situation, a key found in that folder would lock the classroom door. The News Times previously reported the folders have been in the possession of state police, and attorney Donald Papcsy last month got the green light to review the folders from the two classrooms at Sandy Hook Elementary School where teachers and students died. He inspected them on Friday and says one of them was empty.