http://www.insidedenver.com/drmn/columbine/article/0,1299,DRMN_106_2201423,00.html The parent of a victim in the Columbine High School massacre contends that court depositions with the killers' parents should be made public because they would teach lessons about how school shootings could be prevented. The Rocky Mountain News quotes Dawn Anna, whose daughter, Lauren Townsend, was among the 13 killed in the 1999 incident, as saying, "I feel like there are cars speeding toward a cliff and the bridge is out . . .
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