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 What do you think that exactly caused Columbine?

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PostSubject: Re: What do you think that exactly caused Columbine?   Fri Dec 02, 2016 2:13 pm

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Interestingly, the infamous suicide photos of Eric and Dylan show that Dylan couldn't have shot himself. He was left-handed and the head wound is on the back-right side of his head. That means that Eric shot him, and then killed himself. Was that in the plans? That would be a tough thing for them to have to deal with, but I think it must have been a contingency plan, and it was carried out. They were committed all the way. I think that they agreed that if one of them began to back down at that point, the other would assist. And it was Dylan who would have been the most likely to back down in the end, wouldn't it?

Present on the left side of the head, in the region of the temple, 1/4" above and 3/4" anterior to the left ear, is a circular, large caliber, entrance type of gunshot wound. Present on the right lateral surface of the head, 1/2" anterior to the mid-portion of the right ear, is a generally circular exit type of gunshot wound.

The projectile penetrated the cranium through the left temporal bone; extended across the undersurface of both cerebral hemispheres; exiting the head through the right temporal bone. The perforated area on the left side is beveled inward; the perforated area on the right side is beveled outward. Powder is associated with the wound on the left side of the head. The projectile traveled left to right, slightly front to back, and slightly downward. The characteristics of the wound are consistent with a large caliber weapon; with a close contact range of fire; consistent with self infliction. The wound is consistent with 9mm ammunition.

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PostSubject: Re: What do you think that exactly caused Columbine?   Fri Dec 02, 2016 4:45 pm

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Present on the left side of the head, in the region of the temple, 1/4" above and 3/4" anterior to the left ear, is a circular, large caliber, entrance type of gunshot wound. Present on the right lateral surface of the head, 1/2" anterior to the mid-portion of the right ear, is a generally circular exit type of gunshot wound.

The projectile penetrated the cranium through the left temporal bone; extended across the undersurface of both cerebral hemispheres; exiting the head through the right temporal bone. The perforated area on the left side is beveled inward; the perforated area on the right side is beveled outward. Powder is associated with the wound on the left side of the head. The projectile traveled left to right, slightly front to back, and slightly downward. The characteristics of the wound are consistent with a large caliber weapon; with a close contact range of fire; consistent with self infliction. The wound is consistent with 9mm ammunition.

Okay, I was misinformed. That's what I get for just taking someone else's word and not check it out for myself.

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PostSubject: Re: What do you think that exactly caused Columbine?   Fri Dec 02, 2016 5:09 pm

Which means Dylan wasn't afraid to face Eric's carnage while shooting himself. He faced his friend and died next to him. It's bittersweet.

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