Eric Harris & Dylan KleboldColumbine High School - Littleton CO April 20, 1999
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April 1999, Columbine High School attended by 1,945 students was under attack. In less than 15 minutes, during lunch period, two student gunmen, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, killed 13 and wounded 21 people before killing themselves becoming the most devastating school shooting in US history.
From the beginning of the investigation into the shootings at Columbine High School, a timeline was established. The result is a chronological account of the events of April 20, 1999, the movements of Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, the law enforcement and emergency responses and the media coverage. This report details of the case extensively, photos, diagrams, interviews, sound bytes.
Daniel Rohrbough's family used ballistics and forensics evidence to press their case that a law officer's bullet took the boy's life outside Columbine High School.
Inside the Columbine investigation -- They were determined to do it right. This is the story of what they did and the toll it took on them.
Columbine "coverup" -- Victim's lawyer charges sheriff's department with hiding details of high school massacre.
3 sets of parents - ``My kid and their kids would still be living if they had done their parental duties,'' says an angry Michael Shoels. The Shoels family - who lost their 18-year-old son Isaiah at Columbine - is in an unusual dispute with the parents of Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold. The Harrises and Klebolds say the Shoelses have agreed to settle their lawsuit over the Columbine kilings.
Family Can Sue in Columbine Death --November 27, 2001 -- A federal judge ruled sheriff's officials can be sued over the case of a Columbine High teacher who bled to death in the 1999 massacre, saying law officers callously failed to reach him until hours after the shooting had stopped. US District Judge Lewis Babcock said Jefferson County sheriff's officials demonstrated ``a deliberate indifference toward Dave Sanders' plight shocking to the conscience of this federal court.'' The judge threw out the 8 other lawsuits brought against sheriff's officials and school administrators over the shooting rampage. Rescuers did not reach Sanders, 47, until about five hours after the massacre was over. The judge noted that authorities knew the teen-age gunmen were dead about 3 1/2 hours before they reached Sanders. They also knew where he was and knew that he was critically wounded. The federal judge threw out the other 15 civil lawsuits today filed by the families of victims of the Columbine shootings.
Stunning new Columbine charges -- On the eve of the massacre's anniversary, a flurry of lawsuits by victims' families allege that law enforcement killed a student -- and failed to save many more.
"Kill mankind. No one should survive" -- The writings of Eric Harris reveal an equal-opportunity hater who rails against minorities and racists.
Outsiders, even among the outsiders -- Littleton killers didn't quite fit in, even with the "Trench Coat Mafia." 6 hours before they opened fire on classmates and teachers at Columbine High School, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold were bowling with their gym class. They showed up bright and cheerful for the 6:30 a.m. session, he laughed and joked with both of them. Even with hindsight, he could find nothing unusual about their behavior, no indication of what they had planned.
"We called it 'Littlefun'" -- A Columbine High School outsider looks back at his alma mater, and doesn't recognize it on TV.
"I smell the presence of Satan" -- Is Littleton's evangelical subculture a solution to the youth alienation that played a role in the Columbine killings, or a reflection of it?
Images of Columbine terror for sale -- Sheriff's department releases shocking video of massacre scene -- for $25 a tape.
Political shoot-out over Columbine -- President Clinton meets with opponents to see whether everyone can agree to close the gun show loophole.
Columbine: The Last Class -- The 2002 seniors are the last group of students to witness what happened at Columbine on April 20, 1999. They were freshmen then. Here are their stories.
Remembering Lacy-- Lindsay Hamilton and her roommate are mourning for Lacy, a 20-year-old University of Northern Colorado student who was abducted and murdered in Fort Collins. Coping with tragedy is not new to Hamilton, who was a sophomore at Columbine High School. Both tragedies have affected her, but Hamilton said she will not be controlled by fear. "I can't live my life in fear," she said. "I have to try to put the fear aside and keep going."
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