By Ray Rivera, New York Times, March 28/29, 2013
[....] search warrants, which a judge agreed on Wednesday to partly redact before their release, shed a glimmer of light on Mr. Lanza’s inner world that, more than three months after the tragedy, has largely remained a mystery [....]
Last week, The Daily News, quoting someone who had attended a convention in New Orleans, revealed that Mr. Lanza had compiled a very large spreadsheet of mass killings and the weapons used in them. [....]
Some Connecticut lawmakers have complained that the information withheld by the State Police could help in the drafting of legislation. Under pressure from Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and various lawmakers, the Chief State’s Attorney’s Office released additional information on Thursday from Mr. Sedensky. [....]
The search warrants, and reports of what the police found in their searches, were initially sealed for two weeks after the shootings, but Mr. Sedensky received a 90-day extension, which expired on Wednesday. Mr. Sedensky wrote in his court motion that the search warrant affidavits contained information that “is not known to the general public and any potential suspect(s), the disclosure of which would jeopardize the investigation and chances of successfully solving any crime(s) involved.” [.....]
Also see The Hartford Courant's coverage of the release:
Newtown shooter Adam Lanza's home contained an arsenal of guns, more than 1,000 rounds of ammunition, Samurai swords, a bayonet and knives, search warrants released Thursday indicate.