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Topic - Gene Zingaro
A popular fifth-grade teacher will not face prosecution for fatally shooting a knife-wielding prowler in a ski mask who turned out to be his 15-year-old son, a prosecutor announced Friday.
Thousands are descending on this grief-stricken town, some to attend funerals for the young victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting and others simply to pay their respects and to thank God that they were spared such an unimaginable loss.
An attorney for a Connecticut man who fatally shot his 15-year-old son said Thursday that state police want access to his computer and phone to try to determine why the boy was out at night wearing a ski mask and armed with a knife.
Gene Zingaro said his client Jeffrey Giuliano is cooperating with the request because he and his wife want the same answers.
"My client felt like his life was in imminent danger at the time he fired," he said. "In my opinion, Jeff Giuliano had a fear of being shot at the time he fired his weapon."