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In one hour; 15 years ago today Eric Harris & Dylan Klebold entered the Columbine library.
3:40- Dylan: Woohoo!
4:20-Eric:”GET UP!” at Evan Todd
4:31-Dylan: “EVERYBODY GET UP RIGHT NOW…”
4:36- Eric: “STAND UP OR WE’LL BLOW YOUR FUCKING HEADS OFF!”
4:41-Eric: “Ok, I’m just going to start shooting anyway”
4:48- One of them “YEAH!”
4:49 -Dylan: “Woo!”
4:50- ”Dylan:Hey boy, get down!”
5:00 - Eric: Alright Dylan! after setting bags down to reload..
5:09-Eric: Can I help you?.
5:05 Eric: There are some Bitches over there!
5:12 Eric: Hello!
5:15-Eric:Pigs are here…
I wish I could walk the halls of columbine school, or let alone just go there. I want to go see the memorials… makes me upset that Eric Harris and Dylan Klebolds cross is not there.. 15 peope were killed that day not 13.. They may have been the shooters but they were bullyed and victums of suicide. I believe they deserve a memorial cross like everyone else…
"The human race sucks. Human nature is smothered out by society, jobs, and work and school."
Eric Harris, who conceived the attacks at Columbine High, was more than just a troubled kid. He was, psychologists now say, a cold-blooded, predatory psychopath — a smart, charming liar with “a preposterously grand superiority complex, a revulsion for authority and an excruciating need for control.
Harris, a senior, read voraciously and got good grades when he tried, pleasing his teachers with dazzling prose — then writing in his journal about killing thousands.
"He was the type of kid who, when he was in front of adults, he’d tell you what you wanted to hear."
When he wasn’t, he mixed napalm in the kitchen .
Columbine High 911 Call from teacher Patricia Nielson (cut)
Dispatcher: Jefferson County 911.
Patti: Yes. I am a teacher at Columbine High School. There is a student here with a gun. He has shot out a window.
Dispatcher: Columbine High School.
Patti: Um.. I don’t know if it’s.. I don’t know what’s in my shoulder.. if it was just some glass he threw or what.
Dispatcher: Has anyone been injured, ma’am?
Patti: Yes! Yes!
Patti: .. and the school is in a panic and I’m in the library. I’ve got— Students down, under the tables, kids!! Heads down under the tables!! Um, kids are screaming, the teachers, um, are, y’know, trying to take control of things. We need police here…
Dispatcher: OK, we’re getting them there.
Patti: Can you please hurry?
Dispatcher: Who is the student, ma’am?
Patti: I do not know who the student is.
Patti: I saw a student outside, I was in the hall— [sound of shots being fired out in the hall; Patti begins to panic] Oh, dear God! Okay! I was on hall duty, I saw a gun. I said "What’s going on out there?" And the kid that was following me said it was a film production, probably a joke, and I said and I went walking outside to see what was going on. He pointed the gun straight at us and shot and, my God, the window went out and the kid standing there with me, I think he got hit.
Patti: [whispering] Oh, God. I’m really… frightened. [More shots, extremely close] I think he’s in the library.
Dispatcher: What’s your name, ma’am?
Patti: [whispering] My name is Patti.
Patti: [whispering] He’s yelling "Everybody get up" right now. [More shots] He’s in the library. He’s shooting at everybody.