Columbine High School Massacre

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An event that occurred on April 20, 1999, at Columbine High School near Littleton, Colorado, in which two heavily armed students, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, attacked their schoolmates, killing 12 students and one teacher and injuring another 21 students. The pair then committed suicide
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His starting point was the Columbine massacre in which two disaffected youths slaughtered 12 of their classmates and a teacher.
After the Columbine massacre, the federal government issued some findings that included the need for ".
Williams's March 5 shooting spree from his school's tiled bathroom dredged up memories of the Columbine massacre, in which 15 were killed two years ago this month.
Citing the Columbine massacre and various world problems, the Chenoweth proposal said "it is the necessary duty of the people .
When news of the Columbine massacre broke 13 years ago, the tragedy provoked almost as much shock and horror in Britain as it did in America.
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It was the latest in a long line of American school shootings, including the Columbine massacre in Colorado in 1999.
He said on the site that he liked to play Super Columbine Massacre, an internet-based computer game that simulated the 1999 shootings at the Colorado high school where two students wearing trench coats killed 13 people before committing suicide.
Gus Van Sant deservedly collected the Best Director award and the much coveted Palme d'Or at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival for this hard-hitting drama concerning the events which lead up to a high school shooting similar to the Columbine massacre.
Although images of the 1999 Columbine massacre are still fresh in our minds, we appear to have turned the corner in the struggle to control school violence.
At a festival haunted by echoes of European-American tensions over the war in Iraq it was hardly surprising that the honoring of yet another movie about the Columbine massacre (a year after the same prize had gone to Michael Moore's Bowling for Columbine) might look like a deliberate statement about America as seen through European eyes: psychotic, gun-crazy, on the edge of meltdown.
LeRoy's invisible days are numbered, thanks to his involvement with Elephant, Gus Van Sant's Palme d'Or-winning film based on the Columbine massacre.