I wouldn't even have thought it legal to drive off declare all alleged shooting victims dead without professional medical examination,prevent emergency medical responders from seeing the alleged victims AND THEN just leaving bodies siting unrefrigerated or preserved ALL NIGHT in a scholl or anywhere else !If these are international or even natonal standards in the handling or lack thereof of dead human bodies it is a miracle America or at least Connecticut hasn't been visited by the black death yet !
I like to see Medical examiner Carver III or Govorner Malloy explain this and whether or not they ever did such a thing as living tensd of dead bodies hanging around rotting overnight at the scemne of a crime that would only guartantee destruction of evidence at the crime scene and if done in the future may very well cause an outbreak of diseade !Anyone involved in the area of public health should be lobbyig the state and federal governments to assure that dead hman bodies will NOT be left overniht where they fell in the future !
Furthermore it doesn't appear anyone saw or filmed them removing those alleged dead bodies even at daybreak !
(CBS News) The bodies of all of the deceased victims of the Sandy Hook elementary school shooting were positively identified by early Saturday morning, according to Connecticut State Police spokesman Lt. Paul Vance.
Vance shared new details regarding the ongoing investigation Saturday on "CBS This Morning: Saturday," confirming that the families of thehave been notified, and that the victims' bodies were removed from the school overnight.
"Our objective certainly was to positively identify the victims to try to give the families some closure," he explained. "Our detectives worked well through the night. By early this morning, we were able to positively identify all of the victims and make some formal notification to all of the families of the victims."
Vance added that the removal of the bodies "has been accomplished. That was done overnight, " he said. "We worked very closely with the medical examiner who was on the scene to expedite the process and were able to accomplish that.