The Trench Reynolds Report

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Nevada school shooter had photos of Columbine gunmen on his phone, left 2 suicide notes: Chilling details, no motive in Nev. school shooting: For those of you who may not remember back in October of last year 12-year-old Jose Reyes took a gun to Sparks Middle School in Sparks, Nevada and ended up shooting and …

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Footage hints at Castillo’s confusion: Lat week I mentioned that Castillo allegedly had an imaginary twin brother named Red and I joked that if it was Red Forman he would have put his foot in his ass. Well it seems that I wasn’t far off as Castillo is claiming that Red raped him. It seems …

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It seems that one Danny Ledonne, creator of the ever tasteless Super Columbine Massacre RPG, is even down on V-Tech Rampage. He left the following comment at Game Politics… Inevitably, comparisons between SCMRPG and VTech Rampage are being made right nowÂ? For myself I wish to point out that SCMRPG was never a for-profit endeavor …

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One of our favorite attention whores, Danny Leddone creator of Super Columbine Massacre RPG, is going to be a guest speaker tomorrow night at Loyola Marymount University’s First Amendment Week. Tuesday will also feature another First Amendment event that will discuss video game violence in St. Robert’s Auditorium at 4 p.m. Participants will have a …

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Columbine game blocked from receiving Slamdance special jury prize: It seems that attention whore extraordinaire Danny Ledonne tried to backdoor his game into the Slamdance Festival competition but as a documentary rather than a game. Ledonne showed a demo of his travesty of a game, Super Columbine Massacre: RPG, to Slamdance juror and filmmaker Brian …

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Columbine game was pulled over legal risk: In a follow-up to Alyric’s post about Super Columbine Massacre RPG Slamdance Festival co-founder has said that the reason SCMRPG was pulled from the festival’s competition was for legal reasons… The “hurt” factor and a moral obligation to the public, along with a “very high” legal risk, were …

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