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    The Columbine High School Massacre

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    The Columbine High School Massacre happened on April 20, 1999. The Shooters were Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, two senior students who wanted to destroy the world they lived in. Their motives: NATURAL SELECTION. KILL all retards, people w/ brain fuck ups, drug adics, people cant figure out to use a fucking lighter. GEEEAWD! people spend millions of dollars on saving the lives of retards, and why. I don't buy that shit like "oh hes my son though!" so the fuck what, he aint normal, kill him, put

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    The Columbine High School Massacre

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    People have to suffer many difference social pressures so they need a way to relax the pressures. Watching violent films, images and playing violent games is a quick and easy way to relax their pressures; for this reason, there are more and more people like to see violent things from media, and as long as there is a demand for this violent information, the financial incentive for media companies will be there. In general, media violence can affects people in three different ways. The first one is

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    On April 20, 1999 Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold murdered 13 people at Columbine, an incident now known as the Columbine High School Massacre. Years earlier, Richard Ramirez, also known as the Night Stalker, killed 13 people as well. All three individuals murdered numerous people, but does that make them of same breed or do they differ? Similarities are present, such as the number of people killed, however they are separated by titles, with Harris and Klebold being labeled mass murderers and Ramirez

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    the morning of April 20, 1999, Eric Davis Harris and Dylan Bennet Klebold went into the Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, and went on a rampage killing spree leaving 12 students and 1 teacher dead and over 20 people injured before killing themselves. This crime is known as one of the most deadliest school massacres in the United States history (Pittaro). On the day of the Columbine High School Massacre, previously to the attack both Erick D. Harris and Dylan B. Klebold placed a decoy bomb

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    Abortion and the Columbine High School Massacre I am sure all of us have been affected in some way by the horrific tragedy that occurred at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado (April 1999). Certainly, our entire country grieves at the death of the many High School teens and faculty who were victims of meaningless violence. Sadly, the bullets of two Columbine students took the lives of thirteen people away. "This tragedy is an outrage", cries the public! . . . "These teens were innocent

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    The Columbine High School Massacre took place April 20, 1999, at Columbine High School in Columbine, Colorado. The shooters Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold went on a forty-five minute massacre killing fifteen individuals (including themselves) and injuring twenty-one. Eric Harris (age 18) and Dylan Klebold (age 17) met in while attending Ken Caryl Middle School in 1993. Dylan Klebold, the son of Thomas and Susan Klebold, was born September 11, 1983 in Lakewood Colorado. He was considered to be highly

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    On April 20,1999, the small community of Littleton, Colorado was shaken to its core. It was a normal day that day, but today, we now know and call it “The columbine High School massacre”. 15 students, including the shooters Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris died, while 24 others were injured. The biggest question is why did Dylan and Eric do it? What caused them to mentally want to take others lives? Where was the signs? Dylan Klebold was a 17 years old depressive. He didn’t seem he wanted to kill as

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    Klebold entered Columbine High School and went on a shooting spree. They killed 15 people and wounded over 20 people, including themselves. The massacre sparked debates about gun control laws, bullying, violent video games, and the internet. It is the deadliest high school shooting in US History. This shooting has become infamous and has led to aspiring school shooters to idolize the two boys and try to commit copycat crimes. The shooting had changed how people approach bullying in schools. It was the

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    issues have been highly debatable over the past fourteen years since the massacre on Columbine High School occurs on April 20, 1999. As gun ownership is closely related to availability of firearms, the people who are against this civil duty of bearing arms to defend themselves and theirs are terrified of being shot, so the fear has spread over the country. Another relevant aspect is the discrimination of students from Columbine School since the existing paranoia. Students are taken to court to declare

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    The Effects Of Columbine

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    The 20th of April was the anniversary of the massacre at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado. The shooting deaths of 12 students and 1 teacher—and the two suicides of the teenage executioners and left many others psychologically and physically damaged. Who’s to blame? , On the issue of blame, of this massacre it is not music, or video games, and not even movies, it’s the shooters because everybody is responsible own actions. However, the parents could have been more involved in their lives

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