We have many plans and enthusiasm to keep expanding and making Murderpedia a better site, but we really need your help for this. Rachel Scott, 17 / Daniel Rohrbough, 15 / William David Sanders, 47 / Kyle Velasquez, 16 / Steven Curnow, 14 / Cassie Bernall, 17 / Isaiah Shoels, 18 / Matthew Kechter, 16 / Lauren Townsend, 18 / John Tomlin, 16 / Kelly Fleming, 16 / Daniel Mauser, 15 / Corey De Pooter, 17Columbine High School On April 20, 1999, Eric Davis Harris (1981-1999) and Dylan Bennet Klebold (1981-1999) killed 12 students and one teacher at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado before committing suicide.The tragedy sparked national debates about school safety.Murderpedia has thousands of hours of work behind it.
The FBI assisted local law enforcement by investigating additional threats and Internet leads, conducting witness interviews, and processing physical evidence.The FBIs file details the initial investigation and contains witness interviews between April 21, 1999 and May 5, 1999.The two boys got into trouble with the law for breaking into a locked van and stealing computers.In January 1998, they were charged with mischief, breaking and entering, trespassing, and theft.Harris and Klebold linked their personal computers on a network and both played many games over the Internet.
Harris created a set of levels for the game Doom, which later became known as the Harris levels.Guerra wrote a draft affidavit for a search warrant, but the affidavit was never filed.This information was not revealed to the public until September 2001 by 60 Minutes, though it was known by the police the entire time.Harris had a web presence under the handle "REB" (short for Rebel, a nod to the nickname of Columbine's sports teams) and other cyber aliases, including "Rebldomakr", "Rebdoomer", and "Rebdomine", while Klebold went by the names "Vo DKa" and "Vo Dk A".Harris had various websites that hosted Doom and Quake files, as well as team information for those he gamed with online.The two then committed suicide in the library, where they had killed 10 of their victims. The family moved from Plattsburgh, New York, to Littleton, Colorado, in July 1993, when Wayne Harris retired from military service.