Appellate Court rejects Sandy Hook parents’ lawsuit against Newtown; families plan appeal to Supreme Court

The lawsuit, brought by the parents of Jesse Lewis and Noah Pozner, claimed school officials didn’t follow security procedures, including immediately ordering a school lockdown after Adam Lanza shot his way in. It also claimed school officials failed to adequately train staff for lockdowns, which it said may have saved lives.

The suit also alleged the school’s classroom doors could only be locked from the outside in the hallway, making it impossible for teachers to safely lock them as Lanza approached their classrooms.

In 2018, Superior Court Judge Robin Wilson granted the town’s request for summary judgement in the case, essentially throwing out the case. In the ruling, Wilson found the school officials’ actions are protected by government immunity in the same way police officers and other government employees are protected.

Source Article from

Related Posts
Sandy Hook School Shooting children alive at their own memorial Nothing to see folks.. just
Western World, here is the missing information all Americans need to know right now about
Sandy Hook School Shooting hoax Watch it all the way through

Hits: 52

You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

Leave a Reply


Powered by WordPress | Designed by: Premium WordPress Themes | Thanks to Themes Gallery, Bromoney and Wordpress Themes