The Pressures, Procedures Of Mass Murder Investigations

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

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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