Sandy Hook papers released as parents' fight continues

Court documents about the Sandy Hook shooting have been released on the same day that a group of Newtown residents are planning a protest at the National Shooting Sports Foundation, less than three miles from the school over the NRA's opposition to new gun control laws.

The deadly attack last December prompted Barack Obama to call it the worst day of his presidency and reignited a debate on gun violence in the United States. In response to the attack, the NRA called for armed guards to patrol every public school in the country.

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Massacre gunman's arms haul

The gunman who killed 26 people, including 20 children, in a shooting spree in a US elementary school fired 155 bullets in less than five minutes. Court papers released reveal he also had several additional firearms not used in the attack.