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This story is actually two months old and I apologize for taking so long in posting it. If you’ve followed anything about Columbine since that fateful day in 1999 you may have heard of the ‘Basement Tapes’. These were videos made by the Columbine cowards Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold that not only contained their …

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Lawyers: No Challenge To Columbine Papers Release: Color me shocked… (CBS4) LITTLETON, Colo. The families of Columbine gunmen Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold have decided not to challenge a decision to release more than 900 pages of materials taken from their home, CBS4 reported Wednesday. Wednesday was the deadline for any challenge to be filed. …

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Sheriff plans to release Columbine killers’ diaries, not tapes: LITTLETON – The Jefferson County sheriff said Monday he plans to make the Columbine High School killers’ journals public, but will not release their video and audio tapes. The teens’ journals include expressions of anger and dissatisfaction, the filing said. It said portions with bomb-making instructions …

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Sheriff to Release Columbine Documents: But not the tapes… Sheriff Ted Mink said he decided against releasing the tapes after the FBI, which conducted a review at his request, concluded they “could serve as a strong motivating influence for other adolescents to commit and/or attempt to commit similar acts of violence. The tapes provide instructional …

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Sheriff Plans To Release More Columbine Evidence: (AP) GOLDEN, Colo. The Jefferson County sheriff said Monday he plans to make public nearly 1,000 pages of documents seized from the homes of the Columbine High School killers, but the release could be delayed if the gunmen’s parents appeal. During searches of the Harris and Klebold homes …

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Sheriff to reveal decision on Columbine files’ release: Jefferson County Sheriff Ted Mink is finally getting ready to announce whether or not the Columbine evidence will be released to the public… A long-awaited decision on whether to release Columbine materials to the public that have been suppressed since the 1999 high school shootings will be …

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Sheriff Will Decide On Release Of Columbine Tapes: When we last checked in on Jefferson County Sheriff Ted Mink he said he was going to make a decision on releasing the Columbine evidence to the public after surveying the victims’ families. Now he’s saying that he will “consult with professionals”… The Jefferson County sheriff will …

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Hiding in Plain Sight: This is a great article about the still yet to be released evidence that was seized from the Harris household after the Columbine shooting. It has the usual information about The Basement Tapes, and Harris’ writings, and an alleged police cover-up regarding their prior contact with Harris. But this article enlightened …

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Sheriff asks families whether to release Columbine tapes: Sheriff Ted Mink of Jefferson County Sheriffs department is still dragging his feet on releasing the tapes and journals made my Columbine killers Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold. He’s still surveying the victims’ families to see if the material should be released. Old news right? Well, the …

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