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Police: May Arrest Anyone Spreading False Information on Sandy Hook Shooting

He's referring to social media users, not old media losers

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Connecticut officials cautioned against the spread of false information on social media sites in the wake of Friday's massacre.

Anyone who posts fake material about the rampage at Sandy Hook Elementary School or killer Adam Lanza could face arrest, Connecticut State Police spokesman Lt. J. Paul Vance said at a press conference Sunday.