By Kate Zickel
December 13, 2013
Saturday marks one year to the day since Adam Lanza stole his mother’s guns and marched into the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut where he murdered twenty children and six teachers before turning the gun on himself.
Since then, the community of Newtown has worked hard to move on. One of the many painful decisions they face is what to do with the school itself. Richard Harwood joined Voice of Russia to talk about his efforts to help Newtown grapple with that very issue.