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    On the day of April 20th, 1999 Littleton, Colorado the whole country was shaken to its roots because of the tragedy which had taken place at Columbine High School. Two armed and highly dangerous students named Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold had launched a full on premeditated assault on the school and its occupants. They reason for their attack was the hatred that grew within them for the school and its occupants due to its social cruelty, injustice and unfairness. They had premeditated this attack for 15 months prior to the actually date of its occurrence. Many signs if caught earlier could have stopped this whole event from occurring. Even if law enforcement couldn 't prevent the attack from occurring if they had responded better, they could have captured or stopped Eric and Dylan before extreme casualties and loss were suffered. Due to their response for the situation they suffer relentless criticism which is well placed. A Majority of the students were killed and injured in the Columbine school library. This is where Dylan and Eric spent quite a while cold bloodily killing their fellow students. The school library had an outside entrance with its door proper wide open with multiple police cars and office parked around and near it. From the exterior you could hear the screams and whaling cries of the children being…

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    School systems have changed drastically throughout the United States. One of the main causes for this change is due to the tragedy that took place on April 20, 1999. Columbine High School students, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, murdered 12 students and one teacher and injured 21 additional students. The highly planned and intricate attack involved a fire bomb to divert firefighters, propane tanks converted to bombs placed in the cafeteria, 99 explosive devices, and car bombs. The pair…

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    The massacre at Columbine High School on April 20 of 1999 was one of the most tragic school shootings in American history at the time. From almost the moment the media aired the event, speculation began as to why Dylan Harris and Eric Klebold would commit such horrific acts. Surveillance camera and home video images flooded the news and the minds of people watching them, imprinting ideas of “bullied outcasts, clad in trench coats, seeking revenge on ‘jocks’ and minorities” (James, 2006).…

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    School Shootings: Columbine High School On April 20th, 1999 the world was forever changed. This was the day of the famous school shooting at Columbine High School. On this day 13 people were killed in what is thought of as a safe place. How could two people do such an act? There was many theories about how someone could commit such a tragic crime, their parents, mental health, social cliques, and influences from music, video games and movies by examining this I will be able to analyze the root…

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    On April 20,1999 two students executed thirteen classmates and then turned the barrel to themselves. The attack happened in Littleton, Colorado at a school called Columbine High school. The perpetrators were two students of the school. In less than an hour they managed to earn the title of deadliest American school massacre that was perpetrated by members of the student body of a school. A title that will belong to Columbine until April 16, 2007 when a student at Virginia Tech killed thirty-two…

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    Journal #1: The Psychology, Public Policy, And Law Journal is focuses on public polices and legal issues in the field of psychology. This journal is peer reviewed and falls under the APA guidelines. Address the present issues and empirical knowledge. They protect human subjects, informed consent, and protection policies. This journal does not publish daily, but when they publish, they cover the empirical research and data that covers the law. This journal is intended for anyone who is interested…

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    occur each and every year in the U.S. no matter the amount of training or tactics we do in order to deter such event. With each major crisis that occurs on U.S. soil there is always something to learn from it. The Columbine High School shooting was no different. The shooting took place on April 20, 1999 in Littleton, Colorado. The two suspects who carried out the shooting killing thirteen individuals were Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris. This brutal attack was a shock to America, and the…

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    Located in Littleton, Colorado, Columbine High School is most famously recognized for being one of the “deadliest school shooting in American history”, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. Two high school students were to blame for this tragedy. Abc News reported that the shooters “slaughtered 12 students” and left others critically wounded with serious life threatening injures. School shooting in recent years have unfortunately become a prevalent issue in our society, they happen so often…

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    15 brutal deaths occur in a singular day in a Colorado high school. Dave Cullen’s book Columbine scrutinizes the Columbine High School massacre along with its investigative reports, rumors and murderers. On April 20, 1999, two Columbine High School seniors, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, fail to completely execute their meticulous plan to massacre. However, their open fire at their school rapidly horrifies their community and nation. The press arrives before the SWAT team penetrates the…

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    April of 1999, two angry teenagers decided to attack Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado. Before taking their own lives, Eric Harris, 18, and Dylan Klebold, 17, shot and killed 13 people and wounded more than 20 others. The late morning of April 20th, 1999, Harris and Klebold were dressed in trench coats and began shooting at their classmates. The two gunmen had planned to bomb the school, but when the bombs failed to set off, they decided to go on a shooting spree. People all around…

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