The Trench Reynolds Report

Without truth there is no justice

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 …

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Back in June, the Superintendent of Jefferson County Schools in Colorado, Jason Glass, sent out a survey to the families involved with the school district on whether or not Columbine High School should be torn down. Mr. Glass was of the idea that Columbine High should be torn down and replaced with a new school …

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Recently, the Superintendent of Jefferson County Schools in Colorado suggested that Columbine High School be torn down due to the continuing morbid fascination with the school’s infamous history. Now, before we get into the heart of this story please allow me to just say that I am not part of the Columbine community. I haven’t …

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In this week’s episode Trench talks about the anniversary of Columbine along with the unsolved murder of a 19-year-old girl from Oklahoma. Find Author Phyllis York at her website or Amazon. Trench’s old podcast about the Anniversary of Tragedies can be found at https://wp.me/p3Qxf-aNf Trench on Sol Pais can be found at https://wp.me/p3Qxf-jsB The AP Poll about school shootings can …

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First off, screw you Westword. Your website is an atrocious abomination of ads and pop-ups that could kill any browser. Now, on to the matter at hand. A man by the name of Randy Brown, who claims to be a Columbine parent, wrote an op-ed piece for the Village Voice Media-owned Westword. In it, Brown …

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At this link, there is a video from Inside Edition that’s entitled “Parents of Columbine Shooter Dylan Klebold Struggled With Guilt After Attack.” Here’s a blurb from the Inside Edition page… In the aftermath of the tragedy, friends of the Klebold family spoke to Inside Edition about burying their son, Dylan, as well as the …

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I wasn’t going to talk about it this week but leave it to the mutants to go and ruin that. As most of you know, this weekend will be the 20th anniversary of the Columbine shooting. I hate using the word anniversary but I digress. Every year I get nervous around the 20th of April. …

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I feel sorry for the students of Columbine High School and the families that send them there. While the community has a defiant spirit to not let the tragedy that occurred there define them,  some idiot inevitably pulls a stunt that reminds them. Early yesterday, someone called in a threat to Columbine High claiming that …

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