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The statement also said the suspect's diary, which the police seized, explicitly expressed admiration for the teens who carried out the Columbine attacks in Colorado in the US in 1999.
Matthew Swift, 18, and Ross McKnight, 16, are alleged to have become obsessed with the Columbine massacre in Colorado in the US, when 12 students and a teacher were murdered in an attack on April 20 1999.
It is alleged they had drawn up plans to imitate the US school massacre in Columbine, Colorado, on April 20, 1999.
In an article published recently in the Proceedings of the National Academies of Sciences, two researchers document their studies of the evolution of columbine flowers in North America.
A DECADE has passed since 15 people were left dead when two masked students rampaged through Columbine High School, in Denver, Colorado, firing automatic weapons and throwing homemade bombs.
THE song Auvinen chose as a soundtrack for his YouTube video predicting the massacre was also a favourite of Columbine school killers Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris.
TWO teenage McDonald's restaurant workers have been charged with planning to bomb a high school on the anniversary of the Columbine school massacre.
Columbine (Aquilegia species) is native to the western United States.
A dynamite little combination of plants for fans of flaming colors is Cardinal-flower (Lobelia cardinalis) with Fire-pink (Silene virginica), Eastern Columbine (Aquilegia canadensis), and Indian Pink (Spigelia marilandica).
Bowling for Columbine Two-Disc Special Edition and the Big One Debut in DVD Box Set With Bonus Disc Featuring Never-Before-Seen Featurette on October 5th
Five years after a fatal shooting spree at Colorado s Columbine High School shocked the nation, 17 states have enacted laws to combat bullying in their public schools.
Bowling for Columbine is now the most successful documentary ever made, grossing over $50 million worldwide.
At a festival haunted by echoes of European-American tensions over the war in Iraq it was hardly surprising that the honoring of yet another movie about the Columbine massacre (a year after the same prize had gone to Michael Moore's Bowling for Columbine) might look like a deliberate statement about America as seen through European eyes: psychotic, gun-crazy, on the edge of meltdown.
With the recent passing of the fourth anniversary of the Columbine school shooting, a new study finds that the media's coverage bred a culture of fear nationwide that defies logic.
Add the psychological aspect of the domineering ringmaster, the poignancy of the clown under his control, and the competition between Petrouchka and the Moor for the heart of the ballerina, Columbine, and you have a rich dance indeed.