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The Pressures, Procedures Of Mass Murder Investigations

Dec 18, 2012 (Talk of the Nation) — Investigators have been slowly releasing information about the Newtown, Conn. shooting that claimed the lives of 20 children, six adults and the gunman. As the investigation unfolds, a number of questions are being raised about how law enforcement decides what information should be made public.

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James Alan Fox, professor of criminology, Northeastern University
Brad Garrett, retired FBI agent

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