posted on Jan, 17 2013 @ 09:07 AM
Originally posted by Afterthought
reply to post by vkey08
Thanks for letting me know. I wasn't aware of that.
Have they said when the report will be released? I wonder why they're letting Rosen flap his gums so much, but have silenced the bus driver? Do we
know if the bus driver is male or female? Is the bus driver the man who was yelling at the kids that everything was going to be alright?
I don't understand why some witnesses are allowed to talk while others aren't.
All I can assume is it's like Cheshire.. When that happened, anyone who was considered a material witness, ie: was actually on scene at the time, and
had information that was critical (some of the teachers that were there aren't touching on certain aspects either) were not allowed to go to the
media with all of their information until the investigation was officially over. Some information was asked to be kept from the press, lest it
interfere with a part of/section of their investigation. In the Cheshire thing, Dr Petit was allowed to say that it happened, and give general
details to the press afterwards but no real specifics, which drove our media insane at the time.
I know that the State Legislature is demanding to see the investigation report as is the Governor so it shouldn't be that long a wait until we
hear/see/read something official, they all want to know what really happened, and are not going to sit by and allow the press and certain "offensive
websites" continue to put out information and confuse the issue with the residents of our state much longer (in English that was a warning to the CSP
to get off their collective rears and give them some real hard info to work with) as such, well.. knowing the CSP and how they handle things, it is
normally 90 days from incident to report, as in this case noone is being brought to trial, the alleged shooter is dead.
The only exception I could see is if they were actually considering if there were others involved and they are trying to locate them. Otherwise the
90 day mark (or in that range) is probably accurate.