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  1. The Columbine shootings continue to "inspire" Hollywood projects
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  2. Columbine myths resurface
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    A high number of school shootings involve dating issues, failed romances -- or, in a more general sense, loners who feel rejected by their peers and embark on some form of score-settling or murder-suicide mission.
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  3. Joshua Hoggan met with Columbine's Frank DeAngelis before school-bombing-plot bust
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    According to DeAngelis, the conversation was mostly about healing and moving on -- darkly ironic topics if the theory held by law enforcement is true.
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  4. Forgiving my Columbine High School friend, Dylan Klebold
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    The last time Chad Laughlin saw his buddy Dylan Klebold, the two almost smashed into each other in the parking lot of Columbine High School.
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  5. Hiding in Plain Sight
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    Are Columbine's remaining secrets too dangerous for the public to know -- or too embarrassing for officials to reveal?
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  6. Anatomy of a Cover-up
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    Days after the Columbine shootings, Jeffco officials were already lying about what they knew. What about now?
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  7. Quagmire Without End, Amen
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    Truth is the first casualty of war -- and Columbine.
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  8. The Plot Sickens
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    Another "lost" Columbine report triggers new questions -- and a long-overdue investigation of police ineptitude.
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  9. A Lasting Tribute
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    Finding the right words for a Columbine memorial.
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  10. Deeper Into Columbine
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    The settlements. The spin. The remaining secrets.
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  11. In Search of Lost Time
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    A long-hidden document helps clear a Denver cop -- and raises new questions about the official version of the Columbine attack.
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  12. Dave's Dilemma
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    Playing hide-and-seek with the truth -- the Jeffco way.
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  13. Secret Agents
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    Jeffco is a public-records embarrassment.
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  14. The Paper Chase
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    Elvis is dead -- but Columbine lives on.
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  15. Badge Happy
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    In Jefferson County, lots of folks want to be the new sheriff in town.
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