A Freedom of Information commission in Connecticut has ordered Newtown to turn over 9-1-1 call tapes from the Sandy Hook shooting as it considers an appeal from The Associated Press to release them. The town denied the AP's request to hear the tapes as part of an investigation into law enforcement's response to the shootings. Danbury State's Attorney Stephen Sedensky III said releasing the tapes could jeopardize the investigation and leave the callers open to harassment.

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