Sandy Hook Shooter's Father to Turn Over Son's Medical Records

In order to help with investigation


Newtown shooter Adam Lanza's father is negotiating with members of a state committee studying the Sandy Hook school massacre to turn over some of his son's medical records, the panel's chairman said Friday.

"Mr. Lanza has reached out to me and expressed his desire to help the commission," said chairman Scott Jackson. "We are in dialogue on the parameters on how he might provide assistance."

Anything Peter Lanza provides, including mental health and medical records would "aid in analyzing any gaps in services in Connecticut," said Jackson.