The Colorado Supreme Court has ruled that items seized from the homes of Columbine killers Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold can be released to the public if Jefferson County Sheriff Ted Mink deems it a benefit to the public…
The Denver Post is seeking notes written by Wayne Harris about his son Eric and Dylan Klebold; medical records of the teenagers; the audio and videotapes they made; and their writings, including school papers, notations in the Columbine yearbook and the diaries.
And go figure…
Release of the items was strongly opposed by the Harris and Klebold families and by Mink, who must now decide whether to release the records.
Hmm, I wonder why. 🙄
Judy Brown, parent of former Columbine student Brooks Brown, applauded the ruling.
“I think the people affected by the Columbine tragedy have every right to see every piece of information out there,” she said. “I think the court’s made the right decision.”
Now maybe we can finally get the real story. The ball is in your court Sheriff Mink. Will you be a man or will you continue to hide the facts?