NORWALK, Conn. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Norwalk last week:
FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- A report released Friday by the Office of the Child Advocate on Sandy Hook mass killer Adam Lanza outlined dozens of missed opportunities to help him, according to the Hartford ...
WILTON, Conn. -- ￼￼Two New York women are facing prostitution-related charges after Wilton and Norwalk Police executed a search warrant at a Wilton business on Thursday, police ...
RIDGEFIELD, Conn. -- Kyle Seitz of Ridgefield pleaded not guilty in court Friday to a charge of criminally negligent homicide, according to The Ridgefield Press. His case was continued to Dec. ...
Interesting that there was a recommendation to have AL receive home bound instruction that Yale later disagreed with. That report was never transmitted to the Newtown School District.
Also it is VERY interesting that in 4th grade, AL created a "Comic" book that advocated murder, cannibalism and other violent actions by a grandmother AND tried to sell copies of it to his classmates. Yet nothing was by the school system. Today, even the ubiquitous finger gun results in suspension from school.
Many people have described Nancy Lanza as "nuts" or a "whack job", but apparently she was following the advice of a psychiatrist who felt home bound instruction and protection from stress was best for her son.
It's too easy to play the "Coulda, woulda, shoulda" game, but it is clear from the report that there were several major flaws in the communications regarding AL by the school system.
The wacked mother AND the mental health system are the ONLY ones to blame for this, Period !!
what an A-hole statement John.
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