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Court upholds decision to keep Columbine depositions sealed: The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a decision that depositions given by the parents of the Columbine shooters remain sealed in the National Archives for 20 years. Previously U.S. District Judge Lewis T. Babcock ordered the depositions sealed after families of the victims among others …

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Columbine parents launch appeal of decision to seal depositions: As expected some of the parents of Columbine victims have filed a formal notice that they will appeal Judge Lewis Babcock’s decision to have the depositions of the parents of the Columbine killers sealed for 20 years. Attorney Barry K. Arrington filed the notice of appeal …

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Columbine Parents Call For Release Of Reports: Yesterday at a news conference at 11:20 AM, the exact 8th anniversary of Columbine, Brian Rohrbough called once again for the release of all the evidence pertaining to Columbine. Most notable the basement tapes and the sealed depositions. “How much more blood must be spilled?” Rohrbough asked Rohrbough …

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Truth about Columbine may have helped prevent Va. rampage, Rohrbough says: If you’ve been following Columbine as long as I have you’re familiar with the name Brian Rohrbough. He lost his son Daniel at Columbine. He’s been very outspoken about how he thinks the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department handled Columbine. Sometimes I agree with him, …

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Sealed depositions may be end of Columbine study: Read the words of one Professor Del Elliott, director of the Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence at the University of Colorado. Professor Del Elliott said Tuesday he doubts he will undertake a study into the causes behind the Columbine High School shootings now that …

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Columbine depositions to stay sealed: U.S. District Judge Lewis Babcock has done the unthinkable and ruled that the depositions from the Columbine killers’ parents will remain sealed for 20 years in the National Archives where they will do no one any good whatsoever. Judge Babcock claimed copycat fears as to why he ordered the documents …

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Judge to read Columbine records privately to decide on release: US District Judge Lewis Babcock is the judge who wants the depositions from the Columbine killers’ parents sent to the National archives for 25 years before being destroyed. In a written statement Judge Babcock has said that he wants to read the depositions before making …

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Archives wants Columbine records here: The National Archives has suggested holding the depositions of the Columbine Killers’ parents for 20 years but after the 20 years, they would unseal the records. The agency said that any materials from Columbine given to it would be of significant historical value and would never be destroyed. Archives officials …

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2nd Columbine gunman’s family not opposed to sealing records: Here’s another shocker. The parents of the other Columbine gunman Dylan Klebold, Thomas, and Susan Klebold, want their depositions destroyed but don’t oppose them being sent to the National Archives for 25 years. Thomas and Susan Klebold’s position on the proposal, outlined in a federal court …

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