The Trench Reynolds Report

Without truth there is no justice

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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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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To be generous, this woman being a columbiner is the least of her problems but the label fits nonetheless. 23-year-old Elizabeth Lecron, of Toledo, Ohio, was arrested earlier this month for allegedly trying to blow up a local bar. This wasn’t just some idle talk either. According to authorities, Lecron had bought black powder and …

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19-year-old Connor Chargois of Saugerties, New York, was arrested back in February after his then high school caught some disturbing posts that Chargois made to social media. It turns out that Chargois is a columbiner. Again for the uninitiated, a columbiner is someone who admires school shooters and often wants to copy them. Chargois was …

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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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Two female students were suspended by Adair County High School for three days for coming into school on Halloween dressed as Columbine killers, Eric Harris, and Dylan Klebold. These columbiners even went as far as to emulate the death poses of their cowardly heroes in the school’s library as shown above. Whenever something like this …

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Lately, I’ve been going back to the older posts on the site and correcting grammar and spelling mistakes. It’s allowing me to revisit stories I haven’t thought about in over a decade. Back then I was able to devote a lot of detail to these stories since school shootings were still a rarity compared to …

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I originally posted about the Forest High School shooting in Ocala, Florida here. To recap, 19-year-old Sky Bouche carried a sawed-off shotgun inside a guitar case into his former high school, firing a round into a classroom on the 19th anniversary of Columbine, April 20th. Bloodshed was minor as a student was struck in the …

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This is a story from March that I had hoped to finish before the end of April but here we are. You know, after 18 years of dealing with Columbiners, Holmies, and Chupacabras, you’d think I wouldn’t be surprised when some mass murdering reprobate attracts a cult following, yet here we are. The inhuman scumbag …

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Don’t forget, when a headline asks a question the answer is usually no, but I’m getting ahead of myself. For those of you who may not be familiar with Steam, it’s the most popular platform for PC gamers to purchase and download their video games. Like most platforms and social networks, Steam also has a …

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