HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - Connecticut officials have no plans to appeal a court order to release disturbing writings and other belongings of the Newtown school shooter to the public.
The state attorney general's office released a statement Tuesday saying "no appeal is anticipated" of last week's ruling by the state Supreme Court. But it remains unclear when the documents will be released because the case must return briefly to a lower court.
The court case arose when state police rejected requests from The Hartford Courant and other media organizations for documents seized from Lanza's home including violent stories he wrote.
The gunman's motives remain a mystery. Experts say the documents may help shed light on his thinking.