The Trench Reynolds Report

Without truth there is no justice

I just finished watching a documentary called Zero Hour: Massacre at Columbine High on the History Channel. If you’ve ever had any question to whether or not the two scumbags Harris and Klebold were psychopaths then you should watch this documentary. It recreated step by step April 20th, 1999 at Columbine High. Even though it …

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The other day I was checking the usual news sites and I stumbled across this article on FoxNews.com. The article is titled “Is Writing About a School Shooting a Crime?” and goes on to detail the antics of one William Poole from Winchester Kentucky. For those of you who may not remember who Mr. Poole …

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More Red Lake Details Released: But not many. Basically, the only details released at the press conference were things that most of us already knew. They gave a little more detail in how Weise exchanged gunfire with police… At 2:57 p.m. Weise encountered armed Red Lake officers and exchanged gunfire with them. Investigators believe Weise …

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Can Columbine happen here?: When I read the headline I thought “Finally someone who gets it.” Well after reading the article I was only half-right. The author of the article is Kathy Hersh who is co-chair of the Miami-Dade Community Task Force to Eliminate Bullying. While she admits that school shootings can happen anywhere her …

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Since I don’t have anything to write about so far today let’s take a dip into the mail sack shall we? This one is from my entry on the Eric Harris worship site… TrEv46 Says: I tHiNk ErIc HaRrIs aNd DyLaN KlEBoLd Are F***ing GoDs.:twisted:WhOeVeR ThiNkS ThErE CrAZy ArE F***ing ReTaRdEd.ThEy PlAnNeD iT So PeRfEcTLy.:!:ThEy …

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Tribe Gives Out Victims’ Assistance Money: Some of the families of the victims of the Red Lake shootings are not happy about Jeff Weise’s family receiving victims’ assistance money from the Red Lake Tribal Council… Apr. 14, 2005 – Red Lake Tribal Council gave $5,000 to the family of the 16-year-old gunman in last month’s …

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