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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| 1999: Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold killed 13 people and injured 21 others before committing suicide at Columbine High School, Colorado.
Thirteen people, plus killers Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, died at Columbine High School in Colorado in 1999.
The pair hero-worshipped US killers Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris, who slaughtered 12 pupils and a teacher at their high school before taking their own lives.
Paul Greaney QC, prosecuting, told a jury that the boys hero-worshipped Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold - the teenagers who killed 12 students and a teacher at Columbine High, in Colorado, before shooting themselves.
Although short lived, the band included a stellar revolving musical cast of Chicago musicians including Wells, future frontman of Smashing Pumpkins Billy Corgan, drummer Jimmy Chamberlain (who penned a song included on this record), bassist Eric Harris, Ken Jay, Bobby Pomeroy, and others filled out the changing amalgam of people involved with the band.
He died seven days laterthe latest African-American casualty at the hands of law enforcement, joining Eric Harris, Philip White, and Justus Howell, who were all unjustly killed in the span of two weeks, from March 31 and April 12.
The two messages are accompanied by an uncensored picture of the bodies of Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, who committed suicide after killing 13 people at Columbine High School in 1999.
Representing the building during the transaction were Newmark Grubb Knight Frank's Scott Klan, executive vice president and principal, and Eric Harris, senior managing director.
Eric Harris, R-Springdale, who sponsored the amendment, expressed shock.
In the 1999 case, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold murdered 12 students and a teacher and then killed themselves at their high school in Colorado.
Matthew Swift, 18, said he later began "imitating" one of the killers, Eric Harris, adopting his writing style and nickname and believed the mass murderer was "misunderstood".
Swift is alleged to have become obsessed with the infamous US school shooting by Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris, who murdered 12 students and a teacher in the attack on April 20, 1999.