For those who haven't had their fill of Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, you can head over to the Denver Post and review the 963 pages (pdf) of newly released documents. The so-called "basement tapes" are not being released due to concerns they might inspire copycats. Neither boy's parents objected to today's release. Denver journalist Dave Cullen, who is in the process of writing what many believe will be the definitive book on Columbine, probably is up early today reading. I'm going to wait until his book comes out in 2007 to read more on Columbine.
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