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HOLDER REGRETS NOT USING SANDY HOOK PHOTOS

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AG Wonders if Graphic Photos Would Have Helped Gun Grab
By Harold Hutchison

Attorney General Eric Holder, who has been tied to numerous scandals in the Justice Department, recently admitted he regrets not making graphic crime-scene photos of the school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School available.

According to a report by Breitbart News, Holder made those comments during a hearing in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Holder said that if the American people “had seen the crime scene photos of those little angels – I suspect that the outcome of the effort we mounted last year would have been different.”

The 14 December, 2012 shooting occurred after Adam Lanza shot his mother and then stole firearms that he later used. Connecticut law prohibited the release of crime-scene photos that showed the bodies.