Well, well, well. It looks like that someone in the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Dept. is guilty of a little skullduggery. I love that word. It seems that some crucial documents have turned up missing and probably shredded, such as an affidavit for a warrant to search Harris’ home a year before the shootings. Also, all the files and notes that concern the affidavit. The affidavit was prepared after the sheriff’s office was told that Harris was building pipe bombs had made violent threats on the internet. It seems like John Kiekbusch, a former administrator in the sheriff’s office may be behind it. According to the article…
Kiekbusch thwarted efforts in 1999 to find the files and in late 2000 asked an assistant to shred a large pile of copies of Columbine related reports, the grand jury’s report said.
Sounds like somebody’s hiding something to me.
As usual Brian Rohrbaugh puts it best…
Brian Rohrbaugh, whose son Daniel was among those slain, said the report was too narrowly focuses and much more could have been investigated.
“It does confirm that documents were shredded. That’s something that should not be taken lightly,” Rohrbaugh said. “Clearly Columbine never should have happened and they don’t want the public to know that.”
And that’s a damn shame.