Columbine Massacre

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  • Columbine Massacre

    1. 1. Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold
    2. 2. Eric Harris Dylan Klebold
    3. 3. 11:10 am Harris & Klebold arrive at Columbine Place duffel bags with propane bombs in the cafeteria Plan is to shoot students who flee after the explosion during lunch Brooks Brown sees Harris
    4. 4. 11:19 Propane bombs do not detonate. Harris & Klebold moved to the northern- most part of campus, to work their way down to the lowest Victims #1 and #2 on grassy knoll at top of campus
    5. 5. 3 students in “smoker’s pit” shot 5 students on grass next to school shot 2 killed at close range outside cafeteria 1 killed on stairs Overheard by witness: “This is what we always wanted to do. This is awesome!”
    6. 6. 11:21 First sheriff’s deputy dispatched 11:24 Teacher sees them in hallway, think they’re filming a class video; she’s shot at - runs to the library and calls 911 . . .
    7. 7. 11:26 Teacher is shot, dragged into a science classroom (bleeds to death) 11:29 Shoot student, shoot out windows at assembling police
    8. 8. Harris and Klebold return to cafeteria, attempting to detonate propane bombs
    9. 9. 11:29 Return to Library where 52 students, 2 teachers, and 2 librarians are hiding “Everyone with a white hat or baseball cap stand up!” “All the jocks stand up!” 8 killed, 10 injured in library
    10. 10. In 45-minutes of shooting and throwing pipe bombs, 12 students and one teacher are killed, and 23 others are injured. Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold committed suicide in the library. !
    11. 11. In May 2002, the Secret Service published a report that examined 37 U.S. school shootings. They had the following findings: • Incidents of targeted violence at school rarely were sudden, impulsive acts. • Prior to most incidents, other people knew about the attacker’s idea and/or plan to attack. • Most attackers did not threaten their targets directly prior to advancing the attack. • There is no accurate or useful quot;profilequot; of students who engaged in targeted school violence. • Most attackers engaged in some behavior prior to the incident that caused others concern or indicated a need for help. • Most attackers had difficulty coping with significant losses or personal failures. Moreover, many had considered or attempted suicide. • Many attackers felt bullied, persecuted or injured by others prior to the attack. • Most attackers had access to and had used weapons prior to the attack. • In many cases, other students were involved in some capacity. • Despite prompt law enforcement responses, most shooting incidents were stopped by means other than law enforcement intervention.

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