Columbine: Not a tear was shed for victims (Part two)

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Part 2 of a good series on the Columbine psyOp.

The events of April 20th, 1999 took advance planning, and not just by Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris. As with all of this magnitude, there had to be some staging. So we learn that the boys broke into a van  to steal electronic equipment in January of 1998. In February of that year, Eric is a suspect in a pipe bomb incident. Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office did not release this information until 2001. (Be wary. Evidence after-the-fact and not vetted in an adversarial setting is often just planted.)  T

Source: Columbine: Not a tear was shed for victims (Part two) | Piece of Mindful Columbine thread 

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  1. tokarski

    Thank you for your kind words. I know what parts 3, 4 and 5 are going to be, but I have not for a second imagined that I know where this ride will take me in the end. For instance, I spent a day at the Denver public library looking up names of victims and injured in the Centurylink phonebooks. Most of the victims are there, though with many of the injured the names are too common to ID. The two victims who appear in Michael Moore’s Bowling for Columbine are dirty as hell, as is Moore. But finding so many if them in the phone book is counter to my impulse. This event was fake, I know it to be so, so what kind of power are we dealing with here? I feel overmatched. But what can you do … keep slogging.


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