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OT For Sandy Hook Investigators Nears $140,000 Since Jan. 1 (Hartford Courant)

 
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OT For Sandy Hook Investigators Nears $140,000 Since Jan. 1 (Hartford Courant)
By DAVE ALTIMARI, [email protected]
10:17 am, August 16, 2013
Eight state police investigators on the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting have been paid about $139,000 in overtime since Jan. 1, state records show.

Nearly half has gone to two investigators out of the Southbury barracks, who have both put in for more than 500 hours of overtime since the beginning of the year.

Sgt. Joshua Pattberg has been paid $33,637 in overtime since Jan. 1, state records show. Det. Daniel Jewiss, who works with Pattberg out of the Southbury barracks, has been paid $31,093. Each has surpassed his overtime totals for the last fiscal year when Pattberg was paid about $20,000 and Jewiss about $12,000, according to state records.

The overall number includes the four detectives assigned to the crime squad van, the sergeant who oversees the van and three detectives assigned to the Southbury barracks, the closest barracks to Newtown.

The third detective who works out of the Southbury barracks, Rachael Van Ness, has earned $17,366 in overtime pay, records show.

The four detectives who man the crime squad van have all been paid between $8,900 and $13,000, records show. Sgt. Jeffrey Covello, who oversees four detectives assigned to the van, has been paid about $12,840.

Pattberg and Jewiss have both traveled to conferences in the past few months to talk about the investigation, but state police spokesman Lt. J. Paul Vance said none of the overtime for any officers includes their attendance at conferences.

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Re: OT For Sandy Hook Investigators Nears $140,000 Since Jan. 1 (Hartford Courant)
Det. Daniel Jewiss? ... really ?
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Re: OT For Sandy Hook Investigators Nears $140,000 Since Jan. 1 (Hartford Courant)
Det. Daniel Jewiss? ... really ?
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I swer, everything about the Hook is like a B- movie, the names, the quakery, it is FAIL all of the staged events lately are SO fail

we live in the appointed time where the spirit is quickening, and those alignments are shaking us awake... THE BS IS SOOOO LAME. smoke and mirrors all for POWER and MONEY within the forces of the darkness, clothed as doodwill. BUT, POWER AND MONEY can also be used for workings of pure love and the divine will

the names fail the illusion has failed... some even know who THEY are
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Re: OT For Sandy Hook Investigators Nears $140,000 Since Jan. 1 (Hartford Courant)
From the article:

"The Western District Crime Squad spent several weeks inside the two classrooms where the shootings occurred, processing evidence and conducting interviews."

Yikes. Does this mean victims were made to come back to the crime scene and relive the thing right there where it happened?

Doesn't that seem completely at odds with the idea of victims so fragile that they would be "disturbed" if photos of Adam Lanza (and thousands of other relevant documents) were released?

Because it's the "feelings of the victims" that the State is claiming prevents release of sensitive documents. And yet here the witnesses are, being asked by the State to stand in the classrooms and be grilled over and over as to what happened, on camera? Wow. Are they making the kids do this, too?
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Re: OT For Sandy Hook Investigators Nears $140,000 Since Jan. 1 (Hartford Courant)
From the article:

"The Western District Crime Squad spent several weeks inside the two classrooms where the shootings occurred, processing evidence and conducting interviews."

Yikes. Does this mean victims were made to come back to the crime scene and relive the thing right there where it happened?

Doesn't that seem completely at odds with the idea of victims so fragile that they would be "disturbed" if photos of Adam Lanza (and thousands of other relevant documents) were released?

Because it's the "feelings of the victims" that the State is claiming prevents release of sensitive documents. And yet here the witnesses are, being asked by the State to stand in the classrooms and be grilled over and over as to what happened, on camera? Wow. Are they making the kids do this, too?
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Well here is the odd thing. That " lab van" is in every pic of recent tragedies. So I am sure they are busy ( wink wink)

The story of them being in the school for two weeks is...well.....a story. We don't know that and they will not confirm it with evidence so take that for what it is worth.

Remember, everything they tell us they will not back up with verifiable evidence. We always have to just take their word, that is always in the form of a story.

Do they have overtime? Sure. Can we see the records that prove out why they have gotten so much overtime? My guess would be no. But it sure would be nice if someone would ask.
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Re: OT For Sandy Hook Investigators Nears $140,000 Since Jan. 1 (Hartford Courant)
I really doubt they thought they'd be this many complications when they planned this act of "pseudo-terrorism" against the residents of Newtown and the American people. Now it looks like there are professionals who will have to spend the rest of their careers covering this thing up and taking orders from superiors with that same aim. What a horrible, dirty, degraded life that would be to live. The only escape is to tell the truth, even at the risk of reprisal from those who are evil. We await word from those people of character, who love their community and country.





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