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Littleton, Colorado / School Shooting #387070

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Apr 22, 1999
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(Littleton, Colorado: Dan Rather) The discovery of four more bombs in the kitchen of Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, reported; details given of the growing suspicion that the two gunmen had accomplices.

(Littleton, Colorado: Bill Whitaker) The sophistication of the newly-discovered bombs noted. [Jefferson County, Colorado, Sheriff John STONE - says he does not know how only two people could have done so much.] [Emergency physician Dr. Christopher COLWELL - describes the library as a war zone.]

(Littleton, Colorado: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Littleton, Colorado: John Blackstone) The stories of three victims of the school shootings examined; scenes shown from Littleton of students at slain Rachel Scott's car. [Father Darrell SCOTT - says Rachel was the bubbly one.] [Father Michael SHOELS - says his son Isaiah did not make his bed that morning.] [Student Candy HELD - talks about watching teacher Dave Sanders die.] [Columbine High School teacher Theresa MILLER - says two students stayed with him until he died.] [Daughter Connie SANDERS - says her father died trying to save others.]

(Littleton, Colorado: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Littleton, Colorado: Bob McNamara) The cliques and social groups of Columbine High School, including the "Trench Coat Mafia," examined. [Tiffany TIFER - says Columbine was a very "cliquey" school.] [STUDENTS - says the "Trench Coat Mafia" group did not fit in. ] [Parent Steven GREENE - says his son Jonathan was threatened by a jock because he was Jewish.]

Reporter(s):
Blackstone, John;
McNamara, Bob;
Rather, Dan;
Whitaker, Bill
Duration:
00:07:40

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