The Trench Reynolds Report

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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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Gunman’s Parents Don’t Object to Seal: Here’s a shocker. Eric Harris’ parents, Wayne and Kathy Harris, have no problem with their depositions being sent to the National Archives for 25 years. Depending on the final details, Wayne and Katherine Harris do not oppose storing the depositions under seal “in order to bring closure to this …

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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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High court rules on Columbine case: The Colorado Supreme Court has ruled that items seized from the homes of Columbine killers Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold can be released to the public if Jefferson County Sheriff Ted Mink deems it a benefit to the public… The Denver Post is seeking notes written by Wayne Harris …

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