STAMFORD, Conn. -- The father of the
gunman in the Sandy Hook Elementary School killings has met with a Connecticut official
and agreed to help find missing school and medical records that could shed more
light on the tragedy.
met for about an hour Thursday with the leader of a state panel that is
investigating the massacre of 20 first-graders and six educators in Newtown in
December 2012 by Lanza's son, Adam.
Hamden Mayor Scott Jackson, chairman
of the Sandy Hook Advisory Commission, tells the Connecticut Post that he met with Lanza
in Stamford. The commission is meeting Friday.
A spokesman for Peter Lanza said he had no comment.
Commission members have said they need
more information about Adam Lanza's mental state before making
recommendations to change mental health policy.