- Self-serving statements released by the Jefferson County,
Colorado Sheriff's Department to the effect that ALL the shooting and killing
at Columbine High School on April 20, 1999 was over in 30 minutes are massively,
utterly, completely, totally and unilaterally contradicted by the critical
eyewitness statements made by Columbine teacher Patti Nielson, among others.
Nielson had hidden herself in the school library for at least four hours.
- Nielson heard shots and explosions going off throughout
the school for AT LEAST two hours after the shooting and killing started,
- The sheriffs, undoubtedly at the urging of complicit
and inconceivably corrupted fed agencies, maintain that the "two"
shooters killed themselves in the library only a half hour after the massacre
began; a claim which is thoroughly invalidated--make that ANNIHILATED--by
Nielson's statements. SHE WAS THERE!!
- Exactly WHO do these clowns at the Jeffco Sheriff's Dep't
think they're kidding? And more importantly: WHY are they lying? Partly
of course, they're lying to save their own sorry asses, as so many people
have been distressed about the fact law enforcement waited ("officially",
that is) so long to enter the school building and neutralize the killers.
But even more importantly, they're lying to try and obfuscate and obscure
the truth that WAY more than two shooters were involved in the mass slaughter
at Columbine, and that fed agencies of some stripe or other, beyond any
shadow of a doubt, WERE INVOLVED. They're lying to cover up the fact that
complicit/compromised feds ORDERED the sheriffs to stand down and back
off: so as NOT to have the involvement and participation by top-secret,
demonic fed goon squads comprised of mutants in the BATF, Delta Force,
SOG and other such agencies in the mass murder revealed and/or exposed
by local law enforcement going into the school.
- NewsHawk® Inc.
- WIRE:05/10/2000 07:42:00 ET Newspaper: Columbine rampage
lasted only 30 minutes
- GOLDEN, Colo. (AP) _ The long-awaited sheriff's report
on the Columbine High School shootings says the rampage lasted only 30
minutes and at least six people were dead before the first panicked call
reached police, the Denver Rocky Mountain News reported today.
- The report will dispute at least some of the allegations
that blame the tragedy on delays by Jefferson County Sheriff John Stone
and his deputies, the newspaper said, citing unidentified sources familiar
with the investigation.
- Teen-age gunmen Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold killed
12 students and a teacher before committing suicide in the April 20, 1999,
rampage. (This "ALLEGATION"--stated as FACT in this AP article
[unlikely Reuters would ever do this!] has NEVER BEEN PROVEN! NEVER! AP
is BOUGHT OFF!)
- The sheriff's report on the attack is expected to be
released Monday. It draws from 4,500 witness interviews and 10,000 pieces
of evidence gathered at Columbine and at the homes of Harris and Klebold.
- According to the report, the first shots rang out at
11:19 a.m. and the first 911 call came in seven minutes later, from a female
student who told the dispatcher "people are running out of the school
like mad right now."
- A judge hearing some of the 15 lawsuits filed by Columbine
families has ordered the sheriff's office to turn over the report to the
families by Monday.
- The judge already ordered the release to the families
of several hours of videotape used by sheriff's investigators.
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