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PostSubject: Re: Columbine Records Review Task Force 2002   Sat Dec 31, 2016 11:14 pm


61. All notes and files used to prepare the press release dated approximately May 1, 1999 that begins: “On March 18, 1998” We are requesting all files and background information on this report, including who prepared it, copies of the documents used as reference material, and John Hick files reports and memoranda.


JCSO RESPONSE: Records arc not kept regarding the materials used to write a press release. The Sheriff’s Office is unaware of any notes or background material used to create this specific press release.


BROWN RESPONSE: The J.C.S.O. does not have records, notes, or information regarding the press release dated approx. May 1, 1999? A press release was prepared and read on national television and no one knows where the information came from or who provided it? A press release full of lies and misinformation was read on national television and no one knows where the information came from? Please provide the requested information. Perhaps you should look in former Division Chief John Kiekbush’s desk or in Sheriff Stone’s office. Please provide the requested information.
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PostSubject: Re: Columbine Records Review Task Force 2002   Sat Dec 31, 2016 11:15 pm


62. Time stamping and relevant background information and tapes for the 911 and dispatch tapes as released for the El Paso report on Dan Rohrbough. These have been released to El Paso and then edited. We are requesting a full release including time stamping.


JCSO RESPONSE: As noted in question 24, the El Paso Sheriff’s Office released the log of phone calls provided lo them in their investigation. That is the only log of calls in the possession of the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office. It will be released from the Sheriff’s Office with the Rapid Start Lead sheets and other documents not previously released. Also, as noted in question 24, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office no longer has the Dictaphone system capable of playing the DAT tape, which shows the time of the phone call and radio traffic. The El Paso Sheriff’s Office was able to play the DAT tape on their system and video the time stamping for particular calls.


BROWN RESPONSE: You played it for them. Play it for us. Please provide this valuable information. The ease of access to this information by El Paso has demonstrated that this information is easily available and easy to copy. El Paso was given this information in a timely and efficient manner. Please extend the same efficiency to this request, and release the requested information. We have arranged to review these tapes on a compatible DAT machine with a cooperative agency.
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PostSubject: Re: Columbine Records Review Task Force 2002   Sat Dec 31, 2016 11:15 pm


63. All maps and map programs as released to El Paso Sheriff’s Department. This would include the mapping capability to draft special maps for the two shooters and each of the 12 officers who fired their weapons on April 20, 1999. This capability was shown in the presentation by El Paso County Sheriff’s Dept.


JCSO RESPONSE: All diagrams provided to the El Paso Sheriff’s Office have been released on CD-ROM or made available to the public. The El Paso Sheriff’s Office created a presentation, which was shown to the public. The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office does not have a copy of that presentation.


BROWN RESPONSE: Please provide the requested information. If you do not have this information, please request it from El Paso for distribution.
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PostSubject: Re: Columbine Records Review Task Force 2002   Sat Dec 31, 2016 11:15 pm


64. All reports and investigative notes from A.O.L regarding threats on A.O.L. from the police report 98-5504.


JCSO RESPONSE: All reports in the possession of the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office have been released regarding case 98-5504.


BROWN RESPONSE: The AOL reports are mentioned in the search warrants. We are assuming that they exist, since they are referenced in these official documents, unless the sworn information provided to obtain the search warrants was fraudulent. Please provide the accompanying investigative files/reports that confirm the web page addresses belonged to Eric Harris. You could not have used the web addresses in the search warrant without documentation of their confirmation with AOL. Please provide the requested information, or a written admission that the sworn testimony in the search warrants is false.
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PostSubject: Re: Columbine Records Review Task Force 2002   Sat Dec 31, 2016 11:15 pm


65. Missing pages from pages released by Jefferson County on case 99-7625 as evidenced by variation in page numbers. To be specific, Gardner report is numbered page 011158 in the previously released report from April 12, 2001. This same page is numbered 018527 in the El Paso report and on the CD-ROM released for the El Paso report. This discrepancy of 7369 pages has not been explained in any report or release by the Jeffco. Sheriff’s Dept. as of this date (April 21, 2002). It should he noted that these missing pages calculate to approx. 26,352 pages in the available report, with an actual release number o f 15,872 pages.


JCSO RESPONSE: As explained in question 34, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office has an "Administrative" copy of the Investigative Files that was redacted by Judge Jackson. The pages were numbered with JC-001-page number. If the Court redacted an entire page, section or book, those were not numbered. For instance, medical reports, warrants and Harris and Klebold writings were redacted and not numbered as part of the documents released. The “Investigation” copy of the Investigative Files was numbered with JC-003- page number. This included all redacted documents. The difference in numbers is the difference between what was redacted and released to the public and what was not released. The El Paso Sheriff’s Office was provided unredacted documents and therefore had the JC-003 numbered pages.


BROWN RESPONSE: Please provide a copy of the “Administrative Copy” of the investigative file for verification purposes. Your explanation provided does not explain the discrepancy between one page numbered 11,158 and the same page numbered 18,527 in a different file. To be specific, you have deleted 7,369 pages from the 18,527 pages referenced above, which is a redaction rate of 40% of the available material. It is difficult to believe that the judge ordered the redaction of 40% of the available material. Please provide the pages, in their redacted form, in compliance with the judge’s orders.
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PostSubject: Re: Columbine Records Review Task Force 2002   Sat Dec 31, 2016 11:16 pm


66. All notes and recordings from Deputy Mike Heylin from 1998 and 1999 that related to case 98-5504 and 98-3365 and 99-7625.


JCSO RESPONSE: Investigator Mike Heylin is employed by the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office. The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office does not have any reports from Investigator Heylin reference 98-5504 and 98-3365. Any reports he generated regarding the Columbine Shootings were released in the Investigative Files. Please contact the District Attorney’s Office for any other reports he may have generated.


BROWN RESPONSE: Please release all notes and reports generated by Deputy Heylin with regard to this question.
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PostSubject: Re: Columbine Records Review Task Force 2002   Sat Dec 31, 2016 11:16 pm


67. Notes and reports of any kind from Dep. Baldwin with regard to case 98-3365, 98-5504 and 99-7625, and any report that mentions or refers to Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold.


JCSO RESPONSE: Any reports generated by Sergeant Baldwin have been released in the Investigative Files.


BROWN RESPONSE: No notes exist from Deputy Baldwin for cases number 98-3365, 98-5504? Do we have the complete set of notes from Dep. Baldwin for Apr. 20, 1999? Does a supplemental report exist for the “is that the sheriff’s guy" conversation? Deputy Baldwin was the sergeant in charge for case 98-3365, and he did not file a report? Deputy Baldwin’s name is mentioned in the continuation report of case 98-3365 and you do not have it on file? How can we have a copy and the JCSO DOES NOT? Please provide us with the requested information.
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PostSubject: Re: Columbine Records Review Task Force 2002   Sat Dec 31, 2016 11:16 pm


68. Deputy Gardner’s files from the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office or Columbine High School regarding Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold.


JCSO RESPONSE: Deputy Gardner does not possess any such files.


BROWN RESPONSE: Dep. Gardner was an employee of the J.C.S.O. during his assignment as school resource officer at Columbine High School. Files were forwarded to him by Detective Hicks. Notations exist to this effect on officially released pages. Is it the position of the J.C.S.O. that these files do not exist? Have they been shredded? Have they been given to the school district? Please provide us with the requested information.
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PostSubject: Re: Columbine Records Review Task Force 2002   Sat Dec 31, 2016 11:16 pm


69. Report by Dep. Muse regarding Brook' Brown as mentioned in search warrants prepared for the Harris and/or Klebold residence.


JCSO RESPONSE: All redacted reports generated by Sergeant Muse in the possession of the Jefferson County Sheriffs Office have been released.


BROWN RESPONSE: Unacceptable response. Please provide the requested information.
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PostSubject: Re: Columbine Records Review Task Force 2002   Sat Dec 31, 2016 11:17 pm


70. Follow up interviews with all officers, including Dep. Gardner, relating to the Columbine incident that are missing from the released pages.


JCSO RESPONSE: The report and transcript of Neil Gardner’s interview have been released.


BROWN RESPONSE: We have been told that follow-up interviews were completed. Please provide.
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PostSubject: Re: Columbine Records Review Task Force 2002   Sat Dec 31, 2016 11:17 pm


71. All computer files related to or recovered from the Dell Optiplex computer recovered as evidence, as mentioned in the C.B.I. report.


JCSO RESPONSE: Assuming that Mr. Brown is referring to evidence items 1624 and 1627, two Optiplex computers taken from Columbine High School, the files retrieved from the computers were a result of a search warrant, which is currently sealed by the Court. Additionally, R -l School District and any person depicted in the files would need to be notified prior to release and given the opportunity to contest such release. The computers were returned to R-l School District.


BROWN RESPONSE: It has been reported to us that these computer files contain entries left by Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold regarding the Columbine tragedy. Please release these computer files. These files are evidence in a murder case. They contain valuable information. The school district does not have jurisdiction over the courts, and has no right to keep this crime scene information from the public. This valuable information cannot be kept secret to protect the school district. You have shown very little concern for the release of names in the past. Please provide the requested information.
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PostSubject: Re: Columbine Records Review Task Force 2002   Sat Dec 31, 2016 11:17 pm


72. Videos recovered from the Sony Hi-8 VCR recovered from Columbine High School as mentioned in the C.B.I. report.


JCSO RESPONSE: Please provide a page number or evidence number so this question can be addressed.


BROWN RESPONSE: Videos made by Eric Veik and entered into evidence. Please provide the requested information.
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PostSubject: Re: Columbine Records Review Task Force 2002   Sat Dec 31, 2016 11:17 pm


73. School disciplinary records from Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold.


JCSO RESPONSE: All redacted reports in the possession of the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office have been released. Please contact R -l School District for any documents they may possess.


BROWN RESPONSE: These reports have not been copied by the J.C.S.O. for the record or for evidentiary purposes? Did the J.C.S.O. seize these records and then return them to the school district? Please provide the requested information.
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PostSubject: Re: Columbine Records Review Task Force 2002   Sat Dec 31, 2016 11:18 pm


74. All supplementary reports supplied by any agency not included in the released pages. See example: Page 8755 from the released pages and supplemental report from Arapahoe County. This supplemental report is missing from the Jefferson County Report, showing that other reports have not been released.


JCSO RESPONSE: All redacted reports in the possession of the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office have been released. This is one of the objectives of the Review Committee and the purpose for the inventories prepared by those agencies.


BROWN RESPONSE: Please provide the computer capability to cross-reference these files. We acknowledge that, possibly, all of the REDACTED reports in the possession of JCSO may have been released, with some obvious exceptions. It is the hidden, unredacted, and missing files, reports, maps and ballistic information that concern us.
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PostSubject: Re: Columbine Records Review Task Force 2002   Sat Dec 31, 2016 11:18 pm


75. Videotape from 04/07/99 showing an individual walking through the cafeteria at 1:09:35 a.m. This tape is currently in the possession of Jefferson County.


JCSO RESPONSE: This videotape was obtained from R-l School District regarding a Criminal Mischief report taken on April 8, 1999, case report 99-6837. The videotape and report have been previously released to Mr. Brown at his request. It is available to the public upon request, for a copy fee.


BROWN RESPONSE: The tape in reference is not the one previously released. The tape referenced here is at the end of the “basement videos” and shows an individual walking through the cafeteria on 04/07/99. Please release this portion of the “basement tapes”. Other videos of the cafeteria surveillance tape have been released to the public.
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PostSubject: Re: Columbine Records Review Task Force 2002   Sat Dec 31, 2016 11:19 pm

NEW QUESTION 76: Further analysis of the ballistics information has created more detailed questions regarding the identification of bullets recovered during the investigation. As an example, one round fired by a policeman is buried in a locker, and was, according to the unreleased maps, fired from a location that directly contradicts police statements. Another round identified to a police weapon is found buried and blood soaked in the shirt of one of the victims. Yet another round is found in the cafeteria, contradicting other police statements. No mention of these and other serious findings is in the released pages as of this date. We ask that you release all of the ballistics and forensics information for complete review, along with all investigative material and interviews with regard to ballistics and forensic review and analysis.


NEW QUESTION 77: Please provide the documentation that shows the changes in policy and communication between the JCSO and the District Attorney’s Office. Do you now communicate? Are arrest records and complaints forwarded to the Diversion Officer?


NEW QUESTION 78: Please provide written verification that the computer password “FELTKL” found on page 10,371 of the officially released pages is the password for former Division Chief Kohn Kiekbusch. If not, please identify specifically whose password this is.
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PostSubject: Re: Columbine Records Review Task Force 2002   Sat Dec 31, 2016 11:20 pm


BROWN COMMENT:


IT IS NOW OVER 3 l/2 YEARS SINCE THE COLUMBINE TRAGEDY.

We believe that the sheriff, the sheriff’s office, the county attorney and the district attorney of Jefferson County have made a concerted effort to conceal information from the victims’ families and the public. We believe this effort constitutes obstruction of justice, racketeering and a violation of the public trust. In our opinion this behavior and activity is reprehensible, and criminal in intent.

It is obvious, after years of fighting the obfuscations and mistruths that now may be the time for the Federal Courts to end this debacle and seize these records being held at Jefferson County before they are all destroyed. The truth is important. The public and the victims’ families deserve the truth. They do not deserve to be lied to for over 3 1/2 years. The withholding of the search warrants and ballistics information is enough proof for even the greatest skeptic to approve the seizure and protection of these files. It will take only a cursory review of the 75 questions listed above to see that the Sheriff’s Dept. is not being forthcoming with the requested information.

Please note that many of the released items have been forced from Jefferson County through court orders and repeated open records requests. We have seen partial releases of information that are beneficial to the school district and sheriff’s department, while the information damaging to the school district and sheriff’s department is withheld for years. In our opinion this selective release of information shows a bias and intent to conceal and deceive. Let’s put these files in a safe place, where they can be protected while they are reviewed and correctly redacted for release.

We thank the Attorney General of Colorado, Ken Salazar, for his support and efforts to obtain this important information. It is because of government representatives like Mr. Salazar and Mr. Gilbert that much of this information has been released. Integrity does exist in some elected officials. We are very thankful that they have spent their valuable time and effort on this very important subject.

Please note: We have requested this information using appropriate and acceptable descriptions based on common English usage. These requests are inclusive of written, taped, verbal, notes, notations, videotapes, computer files, computer discs, handwritten notes and drawings, JPEG files, TIF files, photographs, and other methods of communication, but they are not limited to those express terms. If a file exists, in any form, these requests are inclusive of that method of communication.

This list has been prepared by: Judy Brown, Randy Brown, Brian Rohrbough and others. Should you have any detail questions please feel free to contact us.

Randy and Judy Brown


A personal note: Sheriff Stone, this is your legacy:

You lied to the citizens you were sworn to protect. You lied about the citizens you were sworn to protect. You falsely accused an innocent boy. You withheld evidence for years to protect your career. You lied to the families of murdered children.

Deception. Corruption. Incompetence. Cowardice.

Always remember that you had the chance to do the right thing, the honorable thing, and you failed.

You are a coward and a liar and an embarrassment everywhere.

Randy Brown
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