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Sue Klebold still talking like she was a victim of Columbine

This past weekend, Sue Klebold premiered a documentary about her struggle with learning that her son was one of the killers at Columbine. As if a book and a TED Talk weren’t enough.

The movie entitled “American Tragedy: Love is not Enough” is said to show “Klebold’s agony, from the nightmarish realization of what her son did, to her advocacy for mental health.”

“I don’t know how I could have shown him, any more than I did, that I loved him,” Klebold said in the film. “Knowing that you’re loved isn’t enough, and I didn’t have the tools to use, to try to help him.”

What tools didn’t you have? What tool makes you give a rat’s ass about the murderous plot your coward of a son was hiding from you?

Once again, Sue Klebold seems to make it all about her and to a lesser extent her demon spawn. Twenty years later and I have yet to hear so much as an admission of responsibility.

As always, I’ll leave you with this quote from Sue Klebold in 2004.

“I haven’t done anything for which I need forgiveness.”

Yes, you have and you still haven’t apologized for it.

4 thoughts on “Sue Klebold still talking like she was a victim of Columbine

  1. JB says:

    Jeez, can you cool it with your hate boner for this woman? Is it really worth posting every time she does something publicly if all your going to do is reference a single quote that was said 15 years ago?

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    1. Maybe if she stopped making it all about her I would.

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  2. Charm637 says:

    I would love to see what you would have done in her position. Her bravery to make this tragedy into something meaningful is more courageous than anything you’ve ever done. You’re just a coward hiding behind a computer who has no empathy or compassion.

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    1. I guess my definition of bravery is different from yours. It’s not brave to talk about a school shooting where 13 people died by her son’s hands and make it all about herself. As a matter of fact, that sounds like the opposite of bravery.

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