Columbine Files Could End Up At National Archives

Print More,1299,DRMN_106_2348744,00.html Colorado Attorney General Ken Salazar has suggested that the National Archives might become the permanent repository of all documents, reports and evidence in the 1999 Columbine High School massacure. The Rocky Mountain News says it is not clear how receptive National Archives and Records Administration officials would be to the idea, which grew out
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