"After consultation with the investigators, it was decided that much of the information in the search warrants would not sought to be sealed and that the release of the above basic crime scene information would not jeopardize the active and continuing criminal investigation into this unprecedented tragedy," Stephen Sedensky III, state's attorney for the Judicial District of Danbury, said in a statement today.
"This is an active, ongoing investigation," Sedensky wrote. "No conclusions have been reached and no final determinations have been made."
The families of the shooting victims and other community members have been extremely active in the months since the attack. The families of four victims appear in a two new anti-gun TV ads out today as part of an effort to reinvigorate a lagging campaign for new gun control laws.
Also today, angry Newtown residents are planning to protest outside the National Rifle Association's office in their hometown. They are upset about NRA robocalls seeking to raise opposition to gun control legislation. The protest will be just three miles from Sandy Hook Elementary School.