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Josh Kovner

Josh Kovner is a reporter covering health and safety in Connecticut, including health and medical regulation, child protection, workplace safety, criminal justice. He writes a blog called Oversight. He was a member of the Courant's Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage team on the 1999 lottery killings and a member of the Pulitzer-finalist team for coverage of the Sandy Hook school shootings. He has won regional and national awards for stories on Hartford Neighborhood Centers fraud schemes; a series on black market steroids; stories on deaths of developmentally disabled people in groups homes; and a profile of Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza and his mother. Kovner is also a journalism instructor at Southern Connecticut State University.
More than 1,000 pages of documents reveal Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza's dark descent

The extent of Adam Lanza’s loneliness, the intensity of his scorn for the world, his interest in pedophilia, his astounding list of daily grievances, the reach of his obsession with mass murder — some of the granular details of the Sandy Hook shooter’s last years have been elusive. Until now.

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