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Newtown Seeks to Deny Newspapers Access to Death Certificates

 
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Newtown Seeks to Deny Newspapers Access to Death Certificates
The Newtown, Connecticut Town Clerk is seeking to deny Freedom of Information Act requests from newspapers for death certificates of Sandy Hook victims, according to the Newtown Bee.

The Clerk maintains that access to vital records such as death and marriage certificates should be limited to immediate family members or their representatives.

The New York Post, the Connecticut Post, the Associated Press, the Hartford Courant, and other media have put forth requests for the death certificates of Sandy Hook victims, the Newton Bee report says. Newtown Town Clerk Debbie Aurelia says she is working with State Representatives Dan Carter, Mitch Bolinsky, and the leadership of the state association of town clerks to craft state legislation...Read more: [link to digitaljournal.com]
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Re: Newtown Seeks to Deny Newspapers Access to Death Certificates
Comment from the dailypaul:

Does anyone else find it wildly encouraging that these newspapers are even requesting the certs in the first place?
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Re: Newtown Seeks to Deny Newspapers Access to Death Certificates
Something like a death certificate could be faked pretty easily.I think they are denying them to get people on the fringe who react quickly and emotionally to start screaming cover up,then they`ll produce the certificates and say, see look at these nut jobs, they think everything is a conspiracy or a big cover up.Like I said before, if they can`t discredit the evidence then they discredit the source.It`s just as effective.
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Something like a death certificate could be faked pretty easily.I think they are denying them to get people on the fringe who react quickly and emotionally to start screaming cover up,then they`ll produce the certificates and say, see look at these nut jobs, they think everything is a conspiracy or a big cover up.Like I said before, if they can`t discredit the evidence then they discredit the source.It`s just as effective.
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I agree. Just ask Obama....assuming he'd tell you the truth. Death or Birth....the certificate can be made available without too much trouble...and yeah, they'll come out with them when the people scream bloody murder. And then they'll go...here you go you crazy bastards!
Looks more like a trap than anything else....especially with the Courant and the rest of the MSM asking for them as well. It's a set up.
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Re: Newtown Seeks to Deny Newspapers Access to Death Certificates
Connecticut law indicates ANYONE can get a copy of a death certificate that DOES NOT have a social security number on it.

[link to www.ct.gov]

"A certified copy of a Connecticut death certificate may be purchased for a fee by anyone over the age of 18 years. All CT death certificates include the decedent’s cause of death.

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All other requesters will receive a copy of the certificate without the decedent’s Social Security number. Researchers may request a copy of a death certificate that includes all of the information in the “Administrative purposes” section of the death certificate except the Social Security number. The other “Administrative purposes” information includes the occupation, business/industry, race, and educational level of the deceased. "

It seems that the requesters are asking the wrong function for the certificate. Its the state that should have the ones available to anyone.

Is this a planted story? Why are they asking the wrong office for the certificates?
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Re: Newtown Seeks to Deny Newspapers Access to Death Certificates
Something like a death certificate could be faked pretty easily.I think they are denying them to get people on the fringe who react quickly and emotionally to start screaming cover up,then they`ll produce the certificates and say, see look at these nut jobs, they think everything is a conspiracy or a big cover up.Like I said before, if they can`t discredit the evidence then they discredit the source.It`s just as effective.
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I agree. Just ask Obama....assuming he'd tell you the truth. Death or Birth....the certificate can be made available without too much trouble...and yeah, they'll come out with them when the people scream bloody murder. And then they'll go...here you go you crazy bastards!
Looks more like a trap than anything else....especially with the Courant and the rest of the MSM asking for them as well. It's a set up.
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My amigo.. Be prepared to fight for what you believe in..

The real truth is starring you direct in the eyes.. Prepare for the fight of your life.. If you don't succeed.. You went out with honer.. What else can you do for the younger generation..

We must stop them now in their tracks...
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