The great public interest in this case leads me to make some of the most important documents, from the Complaint to the Oral Hearing to the Order of the Court affirming the Plaintiff’s Summary Judgment Motion and denying mine, even though I had explained that, by Connecticut law, not even parents are allowed to possess uncertified death certificates (as was the case with the copy the Plaintiff made available to Kelley Watt in 2014 and published in Ch. 11 of NOBODY DIED AT SANDY HOOK (2015, 2nd ed., 2016). .
According to the Complaint, there are “no material differences” between the copy of the death certificate published in the book (above left) and the copy of the death certificate attached to the Complaint (above right). Notice, however, that the death certificate attached to the Complaint has a hand-written file number (top right), town certification (on left-hand side) and state certification (bottom portion), while the copy published in the book has none of those, which most would agree have to qualify as “material differences”.
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