Newtown massacre probe not done until June; no prosecution on ‘horizon’

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Kelly DaSilva, of Danbury, hugs her sons, Lucas, 17, left, and Michael, 14, after they brought flowers to leave at a makeshift memorial at Sandy Hook School. The DaSilvas grew up in Newtown and moved to Danbury a few years ago. They have connections to several people at the school. ( Cloe Poisson, Hartford Courant / December 15, 2012 )

A Connecticut state prosecutor met with Gov. Dannel Malloy’s Sandy Hook Advisory Commission for the first time Thursday.

Attorney Stephen Sedensky told panel members it will take police until June to finish the investigation into the deadly school shooting.

He also indicated “no prosecution is on the horizon”.

The commission is reviewing laws and policies in the wake of the massacre that killed 20 first-graders and six teachers.

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