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Littleton, Colorado / School Shooting #185842

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 24, 1999
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Evidence indicating the shooting at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, was planned for over a year introduced.

(Littleton, Colorado: John Miller) The investigation into the shooting featured; details given from the diary found in the home of Eric Harris. [Jefferson County Sheriff John STONE - sums up diary evidence.]

(Littleton, Colorado: Tom Foreman) The motivation for the shooting by Harris and Dylan Klebold examined. [Fellow STUDENT - remembers Rachel Scott.] [Sheriff's department Steve DAVIS - says the note was a hoax.] ["Trench Coat Mafia" member Alex MARSH - says all Mafia members hated the jocks.] [Saint Phillip's Lutheran Church Pastor Don MARXHAUSEN - comments.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) The arrest in Wimberley, Texas, of five students plotting an assault on their school reported.

(Evans, Georgia: Mike von Fremd) The close call in Evans, Georgia, where two students threatened to kill others examined. [Evan High School principal Dr. Sandra DRISCOLL, Columbia County sheriff's department Frank DOTSON - comment on the incident.] [Public safety officer Roxanne MATTHYS - describes her role in the school.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Promise from President Clinton for two bills to help curb teen violence and the call from Colorado Governor Bill Evans for parents to play a more active role in their children's lives outlined.

Brown, Aaron;
Foreman, Tom;
Miller, John;
von Fremd, Mike

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