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PROGRESS REPORT ControlNumber: 2442


CASE TYPE: HOMICIDE
CASENUMBER: 16215
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INVESTIGATOR BRICE MOOMAW

On 05·13·99 at about 0905 hrs. this Investigator responded to 7440 S, Reed Court and
contacted:

POOL, STEVEN THOMAS


DOB: 04-22·83
(303) 979·6994

Pool related his brother also goes to Columbine and identified himas:

POOL, RYAN LEWIS


DOB: 02·08·81

Pool related both be and his brother were in the cafeteria when the incident started. Ryan
was closer to the south entrance and Steven was closer to the elevator. Steven took the
elevatorto the library floor. He lookedout and saw a burlch of smoke.

This Investigator asked Steven to identify those people in the elevator with him. He
identified those he could remember as:

LEARY, MIKE
GONZALES, DANNY
LEBSACK, STEPHANlE
and
JENNY (JAN) • NFl

Steven was standing near the front of the elevator. When the elevator reached the second
floor, be saw a bunch of smoke and a burnt bole in the floor. He also heard a bench of
gunshots.

They decided to go backdown. When they got back to the cafeteria, it was full of smoke.
Someone was standing at the door to the auditorium, At the backstage entrance, it was
Coach Andres. The coach was in the auditorium with the kids. There was ooe other
teacher in there, however, Steven does not remember his lIlIme.

At one point, someone was trying to get into the upper door. Coach Andres ran up with a
2 x 4 in his hand. When the coach was gone, a custodiancame in and told everybody to
get out of there. Theywent out the foreign language door.

Once outside, they ran across Pierce to the park. They were in the park, then everyone
started running. Someone yelled, "There he is." Everyone was running from the park.

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CASE TYPE: HOMICIDE
CASE NUMBER: 16215
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INVESTIGATOR BRICEMOOMAW

Pool remembers When the elevator was going back down, something went off. It shook
the elevaror as they were going down. After running from the park, they went to some
ladies hours. She let the kids in and theystartedwatching it on television.

This Investigator showed Pool the map of the cafeteria and asked him to identitY the table
he was at. He identified tableMM. In regards to his back pack,Pool ran out with it. He
was just getting ready to set his food down when it happened.

This Investigator asked Pool to identitY those studems who were at bis table. He said
there weretwo he could remember, He identified them as:

RICCARDO, RICKY
and
PETERSEN, JOHN

Most people at the table were eatingor just ready to finish, He could not remember who
the other students were. Pool did indicate that Isaiah Shoels sat at their table occasionally,
This Investigator asked Pool if he ever heard any of the trench COal group make any
comments to Shoels? He said no, However, he and Shoels only started talking about a
month before the incident.

While in the cafeteria, Pool relatedsome guys came in the sidedoor. They said there is a
guy with a gun whojust shot a girl, There were possibly five or so people who came in.
One of the boys who is a witness is a black male. He was in Pool's gym class last
semester,

The person yelled for everyone to get out of there. There was also a custodian who came
in and yelled for everyone to get down On the ground. For several minutes everyone was
on the ground. The west end ofthe cafeteria thengot up and started running.

Pool indicated bis brother Ryanwas also in the cafeteria, around tables BE, FF, SS or IT.
Pool indicated while they were on the floor something really loud went off. There was a
car which started smoking. This Investigator asked how he knew a car was smoking and
he indicated they couldsee it throughthe windows.

Theyheard several big bangs and everyone started running. Pool gal pushed towards the
elevator. When they went to the second l1oor, Pool related he did not see anyone near
the library.

Pool related at no time did he see a gunman. This Investigator asked Pool if he knew
anyone elsein the elevator and he identified two other students, They were:

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CASE TYPE: HOMlCIDE
CASE NUMBER: 16215
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JOHNSON. BENJAMIN

NORMAN. JUSTIN

When they returned to the cafeteria, there was a lot of SI1lOke. 'This Investigasor asked if
anyof his friends had seen the gunmen? Someone told Pool tbat "Screech" had seen the
gunmen and theytold him to get out ofthere. 'This Investigator asked Pool ifhe kMw the
real name fur Screech and he indicated he w<>uId lookinthe ~k.

'This Investigator asked Pool if in all the stories am1 rumors, has llI1yoae said they lIave
seen more that two people involved and he said no.

Afterlooking at the yearbook, Pool identified Screech as John Savage. Savage apparently
saw the gunmen and theylet him go. Savage camerumling downstairs, where he wasseen
byPool. Savage was by himself.

Savage went out the building the same time Pool did. Savage was ahead of Fool's group.
At one point, Savage looked back at them. They went down the hall and out the exit in
the foreign language area.

'This Investigator asked Pool if he knew Eric Harris or Dylan Klebcld? He related he
knew Harris by sight. Lastyear they had gym classtogether.

'This Investigator inquired if Pool knew POQI stated he has seen a real tall
kid. He was withthe group sometimes, On the day of the incident, Pool did not see him
at school.

The first time Pool saw Savage, Savage was on the middle platform of the stairs. He was
running and did not have anything in his hands. 'This Investigator asked Pool who told
him about Savage being released? He indicated he does not remember.

On 05-17-99 at about 2145 hrs., this Investigator telephoned Pool to verify information
reference our initial interview. 'This Investigator asked Pool if he couId describe the
clothing being worn by Savage when he saw Savage running from the building. Pool
believed Savage waswearing jeans and a stripped shirt, mostly white in color.

Pool also wanted to correct the fact that Stephame Lebsack was not on the elevator with
him.

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On April 2&, 1999 at 1300hours1 roe< wjtil MelissaPorter and her father.Gene POrte<. at 619Q So.th
Fenton Court in Littleton,Coloradofor the purpose of an interview

MelissaPorter provided tbe foljewinginformation about theColumbine High School incident. which
cccurred cn April 20, 1999:

• Melissa stated that sbe gOt out of Science class at the first bell, 11:10 a.m Sbe stated that she
'immediately went down to the cafeteria V'la the inside stairsand was by herseif. She stated !:bat she did
not see at hear anythingunusualat that rime. She stated that she was sitting at table "UtI" {as
designated by [beFBIEvidence Diagram) andwas facing to theeast(away fromthe windows) She
also includedthe route in which she took. to get the table (see att.:lChed diagram). She stated that it
tookabout three or fourminutes to get to table "Vt''' after-leaving class. She stated that she did not
hearthe second bell (I t .15), bot that she "usually dcesa't because i' is tee loud"

• Melissastated tha' sbe put her sen-sided brief case down, go, lunca and thenreturnedto Ille table and
sat with Courtney Sdaron (937-9576)" Courtney Snnrco was facing the west windows. She stared !hst
it took about four or five minutes to get her lunch and [hensit do\V1l ngain. Melissawas wearing blue
jeans and • sniped tank top. She stated that bet 'oil-sided bnefcase is dari< blue and contamecher
Spanish book,. vocabulary book and her calculator.

• Melissa stated that Carrie O'Merra and Monlc:lDonovan usually sit there but that they were not there
that day She stated rharsometimesCarrie and Monic:1 go out ro ear or go horne for lunch She stated
mat sheis notftiends with Carrie or \1onic::t.

• Melissastated marshe had been eating lunch for abouttwo or three rmnutes before she was alertedthat
somethingwas going on. She stated thar s,Qe beard"twO shots" that rounded "like they were apart"
rather than "right after each other" She staredthat everyone started to crowdaround me"west lunch
windows"and that she thought it was probabiy a tight

• Melissastated that she turned around and look for "abourfiveor six seconds" and saw"two people"
outside the window She stated that they werenear the edge of the grass and tbe sidewalk. She sUlled
that they were "probably male and botil dressedin black" She stated 'hst ,he saw they"bolb bed guns
that were poioong up", She could nor pm\ide any detttiis on the dress or the physical descriptionof
the gunmen. She could 00( provide and information on the gunsor weather they wereright handedor
left handed, She could not provide any informacion as to their movement either,

.. Melissa stated that she also saw "two people on the ground". She could not identify them or provide
derailsabout them eimer She did locatethe gunmen and the bodieson rheattacheddiagram.

• Melissastated that she "thought it was a joke or that they wereplaying"so she "turned around and
started to eat again"

• Melissastated that she rhenheard ODe of mejanitors yell "get underthe table" and that thisjanitor
probablycame from the teachers loungejust a few feet fromher table. .Melissa stated. thal sbe and
Courtneygot under the table and that she remembers seeing Adam 5ands while under me table too.
She Slated thatthey were nor under the: table for "about one minute" and then they scarred 10 "5':001 on
the floor towards the stairs" She stated that they did not get very far when a femalereacher, also en
me floor and under- a table said "get the bellout of here" She statedthat rbey got up and ran towards
tbe stairs.

• Melissa suued that she did not see anythingunder the tableother then"table legs and backpacks" She
stated that tne backpacks "seemed normal'~ and not unusually "large"

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JCSO 99-7625 I FBIl74A·DN·57419 I CONTROL N1JMBER: 18:l3
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• Melissastatedthal sae didn', move at first"'d lhoug.bt that ,00 was one of the last to get up thes!3irs,
She stared that whileon the l""cIing of the s!3irs she "heard about en (10) shots" and tha< !heyseemed
"to be closet" and probably "coming from thelnside", Shestated that the mots seemedto "come eem
behindthem"ratha< then "in frOnt of them" SheSlated that she then wenldown the SciencehallIllld
out the Mach doors. She Slilled thal she beardtha ",1llllO gunsounds in the hall ""d two (2)
exr»osions." She !)~ated !bat she could not tell wherethe "sounds w~ comingfrom", She did not see
anygunmen in the halls while she was ~x:iting the building. Shestated !hat she then ran across the
street to Leawood Park and heard "oee loudboom". Melissaremembers seemg a Jane< Ilaet while,be
was runningdown and out the ball.

• Melissa stated tbat she is "aware Qfthe TrenchCoat ~11 (TeM)" and fhat "they arejust a click"
She stared that they seemed "really nice to her", She stated that she did Dot know Dylan Klebokl. but
that shehas spoken to Eric Harris en several occasions. She stated that see lastsawandspoke to Ene
Harris abouttwo (2) momhsago.

• Melissa Stated lbat Eric would"want to meet in tbe Libraryduringthird hour Sbe stated that third
hour is her bee hour and they would go to the Lihmy, She stated thal "Eric never talked aboue hi'
friends or what he did", but iliat mey would only 1'3lk about "bow theybared homework" and ·'stuff
like that" Shestaredthat slle"!bough Erie gote:tp<lled" and that is why sae hasn't seenhim for about
two months.

• Melissastatedthat she also knowsof a Stepbanie Kinney (sic) who used to be in the TCM last year.
She describes Stephanie as short, heavy set and with cted red or brown hair.

• Melissa's motherstated that she knowsof a ;v{onette Park (female:) wbo is reponedly a Social Worker
for the school district was in the cafeteriafor the "whole thinguntil the fire started"

• Melissastated that "MichaelRobson ran pastthe gunmen in tbe Library"

• Melissastated that she did not hear anything about "gunsor bombs" at schoolpriorto thisincident
She 'tared lbat sno only heard the rypic:li "1hate the Jocks sruff"

1 gaveMelissaPorterand herfather my business card shouJd they need to have a contactregarding this
incident. Includedwith this reportis rbe di.1gtarJ'\ tharMelissaPorterdrew her location. entrance into and
exit out of the cafeteria,

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Narrative: Re: Control #1702

On 04-28-1999, Ellen Prommersberger, a sophomore at CHS, was Interviewed at her residence. She
acknowledged having uK lunch and was seated at table "NN" with 1. Shawn Lee; 2. Diana Cohen; 3. Steve
Cohen; and possibly 2-3 other friends.

Prior to lunch, she had been in the Publications room, had gone to her locker and had arrived in the
lunchroom at approximately 1110.

Whiie seated in the lunchroom, she first became aware of problems when a number at kids ran to the
windows on the south side of the lunchroom and began screaming. Shortly thereafter, she heard snots,
and she ran up the main stairs to the 1M level, and entered a science classroom. She remained barricaded
In a greenhouse with other students to include 1. Peter Henderson; 2. Katie Patrick; 3. Susanne Meyer; 4.
Leigh Kamens (303-972·3057) and a teacher, Mrs. Williams.

White In the greenhouse, she ooserved 1 shot fired into the room from the outside. The round entered
thrl1ugh a window. While in the room, Leigh Kamens identified ~s one of the gunmen. She was able
t iar the gunmen in Ihe hall ouside her hiding place and hear!"lllim 10say "I want to die today", and
't.er's find more people". She described the gunmen as laughIng. She could not recognize the voices or
determine how many different voices she heard. She and the other students were event'lally evacuated by
SWAT officers.

She had been wearing a yellow shirt, blue jeans and a blue/pink flannel shirt Ihe day of the Incident. Her
iong hair had been worn In a pony lall. .

She uses Ihe internet, and her email address id "EI Babe01'.

She identified Jesse Rush as the girlfriend of Pat McDuffy.

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WITNESSES:

JOCELYN PROVO, DOBI03·02·84


9585 W. Powers Circle
Littleton. CO 80123
303·904-li445
Student-Columbine High School

DAN PROVO, DOB/II-12·55


9585 W Powers Circle
Lilttletcn, CO 30123
303·904-6445
Work; 1100 ~ Lincoln Blvd,
Oklahoma City, OK 731054997
405·511·iI31iF.~; ~05·521·2492

KATHY PROVO, OOBI03·26-55


9585 W Powers Circle
Littleton. CO 80123
303-904-6445

INVESTIGA nON:

On 05·1 [-99, at aoourl330 hours, I responded to 9585 W. Powers Circie to interview wimess Jocelyn Provo, along with her
father. witness Dan Provo and mother. witness Kathy Provo. This interview was in reference to the shooting thatoccurred at
Columbine High School on 04·20·99.

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Jocelyn Provo said on 04-20-99, at about IllS hOUlS, she arrived in tile ColumbineHigh School cafeteria for lunch, Shesaid
she was carrying her b""kpack (describedas a purple"EddieBauer") upon entering tile cafeteria. Jocelyn Provoshowedme On
a map of the cafeteria where she had been sitting. She showedme that she was silting at either table "W or "G," however. she
believed she was at table "H." Jocelyn Provo 'aid she was sitting where she was facing in a westerly direction end said '"e
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following liiends were seatedat the table wlfh her. Betsy Kwereneland. Jennie Ribble. Chris Mesias, Lauren Tocci. and saidshe
believed Mike Gagne~ Jessica Geurtz len: there also, however. she could nor be sure. Jocelyn Provo said she put her
backpack on the floor next to the chair she was going to sit in.

Jocelyn Provosaid she and Betsy Kwerenelandwere working on Betsy's homework and Jocelyn Provowas helping her wah a
wnen the janitors ran through the cafeteria yening to the students to get dO"11 on the floor and under the tables. Jocelyn P~1VO
said she did so. burshortlyafter she believedshe saw otherstudents who weregetting up to sit in their chairs. She said theJanitor
yelled again at them and told them to get back On the floor and under the tables. She also told us that she originallybeliev ed the
incident "as a senior prank. She said a shalt rime later.she got up and begen to run from the cafeteria reward the stai",a,
leading", the second floor of Columbine High School. She said Chris Mesias. Lauten Tccci. Jennie Ribble. and she were
running together. She said they were an helping each other run up the stairs and said when she got to the 'OP of the st.", 'he
heard two to three "pops." She believedthese w ere gunshots comingfrom behindher. possibly in the cafeteria JocelynProvo
said when she reachedthe top of the stairs. they turnedto theirleft. She did not hear any noisesor soundscomingfrom the area
of the library. Jocelyn Provosaid after nsning left.she was running down the halls with her hands on Jennie Ribble's back.'her
took a hold of her shoulders to help her get down the hallway and exit the school. She said it was at tllis time while theywere
running.that she believed she heard three to four moreshots.described as not being as laud as the first two. Jocelyn Provo 'aid
after they exited the school, they went across into leawood Parkwhereother friends were at. Jocelyn Provo said she then ran
to Leawood ElementarySchool and called bet parents. Jocelyn Provosaid prior to her leaving Leawood Park, she did not see
or hear anything unusual. She did say when 'he was at Leawood Parle, she fell into a chain link fence. causing minor injuries
to her legs. She did not. however, hear any shots while 'he was in Leawood Park.
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Jocelyn Provo said prior to this incidentshe did not know woo suspectKleboldor suspectHarris was. and said she doesn't know
anythingabout the Trench Coat Mafia. She said since the incident, she has seen a picrure of suspect Klebold throughthe media

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and then remembered seeing him walking in a hallway at Columbine High School, She 'aid she could not provide any further
information aboutthe suspects or the TrenchCoatMafi..

I showed Jocelyn Provo die photographs of the bl"" duffle bag anda propane tank found in the cafeteria after the incident on
04-20-99. Jocelyn Provo said she did not see either item in thecafeteria prior to or during the incident She said she has 00'
heardnor doesshe know of anyoeie whomay be malting explosive devices amilor possessing firearms,

ADOmONAL lNl'OR1\1ATION: DanProvo saidhis family ismcving ro Edmond. Oklahoma at thebeginning ot June 1999
Theirnew home address will be 16131't Canary Drive. Edmond. Oklahoma 73034. home phone number is 405-844- I906. Dan
Provo's new business address will be the Oklahoma Historical Society ar "100 N. Lincoln Blvd., Oklahoma City. Oklahoma.
13105-4997. business phone number of 406-522· l l 3I. fax number 405 521'4492.

I gave a business card to Jocelyn Provo and Dan Provo andsaidit they needed. J.C.5'o, victim advocate to assist them. '0 call
me and I would make L'1e necessary arrangementsfor them.

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TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

I. Didyou evee see til. two 1t.rge duffel bagsin tbJO eat...... ? "'-"0

2. Didyeu seeanyoae Clllt}'irlg or ill <he po""";oo of those duffel bap. ala previow W:co ?
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3. Did you seeEricHamsor Dylan Klebold either 00 MOlIday ofTuesdaY ? Whal ""'" they doiog ?
Wha' did<hey say ? Wore <hey with "'YO" else ? A--O

4. Old y~~d in tho e~ or anywh.... else ill rhesellool ?

S. Who were.zou \Vim in me cafet."'tia? When! were you sitting 7


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6. Didyou seeor talkto",y of <he Treocl1 Coat MlltIa llleIlIller.l on Mondar ? T,es<:lay? Howabout<he
prior week or weekend 1 ~

10. Wbat tiJ:oo did you "'tor <he eoieteria ? Whete did youeome from (pM to tho_l?
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! 1. Ha.. them marl:: wh"", they were .itlUlg. tl:oirrcure OuI of tho bullditl; andwacmthey were with (il
knowu) ? .

12. !low did you ..'II' the Illliltlitlg? Wbero did you Il" wbenyou Il"I out IlllCI whal didyou ... Ol1lhe
outside of the building?

13. Do you use <be In,,,,,,,,,? If so. what is yourscreea tlll.tllO? Doyoubave 00ICQ(w; I ...~ yo. I
'imilar toa ehal line) ""eoum? - V

14. Do you know ooybody I>ldl a "doul>le pieree<leyebtOW" ?r-o


15. Did yo, seeor I1ear any1lOlJSlI'llllllllOuneo""",ts prior 10 the .hootings? Do youknow wlllIl tho
"Tbo.gI1t of the day was" c Vet tho Robel NOlq NetWork (RNN)? A.4:>

16. Can YO' pro'lide ooyfu:thet ~ou 00 tho llllllObets of tho Treoch Coat Mali. ?
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LAKEWOOD POUCE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
,,_"ORTING AGENT: KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICT1M: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: Os.o7-99
OFFENSE: AOAlCOLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCEI JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INFORMATlON CONTROL NUMBER: DN32113, FBI: 174A..oN-57419, JCSO: CR#1I9-7625, TEAM 4
CAFETERIA WITNESSES, COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL '

SUSPECT:
ERIC HARRIS
DYLAN KLESOLO

WITNESS:
1. RAW, RAVlKANTH ('RAW), 11M, OOS: 05-18-a2
6752 South Lamar Street. Litlleton, CO 80123,303-97$-4193
Mother: Revathi Rau, 6752South LamarStreet, Littleton, CO 80123, 303-979-4193 work 303-705-4515
Father. Prabnakara Rau, 8752 South Lamar Street, Littleton, CO 8012.3, 303-979-4193,
wone 303-971-7734

1t..EsnGATIQN:
On 05-12-99 at 0930 hours I interviewed Ravi Rau in the presence of his 25 year-old SIster, Athl, at his
home, I had talked to Ralri's father prior to this interview to obtain his permission,
Ravi slated his father dropped him off at school on 04-20-99 at approximately 0715 hours. He entered
through the main entrance and noticed nothing unusual outside,
Ravi stated he did not know who KLEBOI.D or HARRIS were, He stated he had heard aboutthe 'trench
coat mafia" group but stated they were more prevalent last year than this year. He staled he saw a few kids
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occasionally wearing long, black CQats,
Ravi has choir first hour, statistics second hour, maththird hour, and fourth hour IS his off hour whichhe
spentin the library, Ravi stated he enteredthe library ten minutes afterthe third hour classwas over He stated
he noticednothing unusual around the school. He sat at the table closest to the trophy or glass d"lsplay case
Rav; statedthat he left the libraryfive to ten minutes beforethe end of fourthhour bell rang He stated he
went to his lockerand then went downstairs andentered the cafeteria, Hwas approximately 1110to 1115 hours
when he got to the cafeteria and he said a lot of kidswere already there,
Ravi indicated on the attached diagram the routethat he took through the cafeteria and he sat at either
tr' " 'N" or table 'M": He brought hislunchso he wentdirectly to the table, He statedhe did not notice any large

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LAKEWOOD POUCE OEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
r-,..;i·ORTtNG AGENT: KARLA SARNACKI CASE NUMBER: 99.38S56
VICTIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL OATE OF REPORT: 05..07.99
OFFENSE: AOAlCOLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE! JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFice
INFORMATtON CONTROL NUMBER: DN3203, FBI: 174A·DN·51419, JCSO: CR#99·7625, TEAM 4,
CAFETERIA WITNEsseS,COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL

duffle bags in that area. He stated it was approximately ten minutes later that the commotion began
Ravilookedout the west windowan.d sawsomeunderclassmen run northwestandlump over tne baseball
field fence, He thought there were three that went over the fence and one other guy followed them but fell near
the sidewalk. (See diagram)He statedhe thcught Mr, Sanders walked up to this student then came running back
towardthe school. He stated the fallen studentthen got up and startedto run At this time Ravi thought therewas
a fight outside,
Ravistated he saw a personwearing dark attire walk out of the northto the sidewalk entranceoHhe fence
that is outside of the cafeteria, He saw this person light an object that was about the size of a loaf of bread This
person threwlhe lighled object Into the parking lot whereit exploded, He stated all the kids In the caterena ran
east
Ravi staled that Ms. Lucus was in the cafeteria at this time. She yelled for everyone to get down Ravi
.,~,ed he wentto the stairs andwas on the first landing when he heard an explosiongo off above rum He stated
he then saw smoke coming from the upslairs, At that time the teacher yelled for everyoneto go to lhe SpaniSh
hall. He ran to the las! room along with 20 to 30 olher kids, He indicated where this room is on the attached
diagram, He statedthey were in this room for approximateiy 10 minutes. While in this room a teacher tried to cail
911 but was unableto gellhrough, He stated there was a period of silence and then two very tcud and separate
explosions wenl off, He staled lt1allhe teacher looked in the hallwayto see if it was clear and then they all ran
oulthe southdoor, He staled they ran lhrough the parKing lot and sOUlh on Pierce Street to the first housewhich
is a Mermon or seminary house. He staled after that he left wfth a friend named Stephanie Plank,
Ravi stated he had his backpack with him and did not leave anything in the catetena He was weanng a
whiteT-shirt and Khaki shorts with sandals and socks, Ravistaled he did not hear anything abcut those students
being on Ihe computer or having web siles.

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RATIlBUN, BRIAN
JEPFUSON COtINTY DISTRICT ATTOR.ll1!Y'S OFFICll

COLUMBINll HIGH SCHOOL Docket N1.lmber,


Date, 5/3/99 FBIi 114A·DN·S7419
Deputy D.A. l Investigator, Vcndenkamp
CONTROL NUMBER, 1285

On 4/29/,,9 I interviewed 10 year old CHS student Brian Rathburn at


his home in Littleton, Co. Brian's father was present for this
interview.

Brian advised me he was in the CHS cafeteria On 4/20/99 for "A" lunch
at 11: 25am. He stated he had come from the choir room with Aaron
Brown, a CHS student. They went into the cafeteria to the food line
and sat down at their table with three other friends.

I provided Brian a drawing of the cafeteria, which depicted the


tables and their looation in the cafeteria. I pointed out specifios
areas, suoh as food line, kitoh~~ and west windows of the cafeteria
to give Brian a better understanding of the lay-out in this drawing.
I asked Brian to circle the table he was sitting at with his friends.
He circled table XX. He recalled the CBS students sitting with him
were Dave Smith, Aaron Brown, Jacob Bauer and Jake Mayes. Brain
recalled he was sitting facing the cafeteria, towards the south east.
He believed that Jacob Elauer was facing the west windows and Dave
Smith was seated on his right.

arian stated he did not notice any unusua.lly large duffle bags
anywhere in the cafeteria, a l.t.hcuqh pointed out that their are
"hundreds of backpacks and bags in there during lunch". ! asked
specifically about large dark duffle bags laying alone. He responded
that he did not see this. He also stated he did not notice anyone
carrying a suspioiously large duffle bag in school that mcrning, or
any other day.

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Brain stated that at about 11:30am the students at the table behind
him, next to the windows (UU) stood up to look out the west windows.
He believed that CHS students Eric Larson, Logan Smith and Brendon
Trujillo were at table au. At this same time, loll' Sanders came running
into the cafeteria and yelled "get down". Dan Ricks a CHS student
yelled to drop the tables in case they come in. Brian stated he did

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not see any gunman, but did hear shots .

Students began to crawl under tables, and some tables fell over.
Brian recalled laying there for a few seconds, then he and several
students crawled t~~ards the steps inside the cafeteria. He stated
he crawled through the middle of the cafeteria and then stood up to
run near the south doors. Brian did not recall seeing any unusual
duffle bags as he exited the cafeteria.

He ran upstairs, hearing 2-3 more gunshots behind him in the


cafeteria. He ran down the hall where he grabbed CHS student Denae
Pedersen who was alone and frightened. They ran together and turned
into the auditorium and ran through it into the main hallway. He
heard 3-4 more shots behind him, then the fire alarms went off. They
turned towards the administration exit (east) and ran towards the
exit door. When they arrived at the administration exit/ the windows
in the exit doors and been shot out. They exited the building and
ran towards Clement park. Brain stated he did not encounter any
gunman while running through the school.

In Clemont park he and Denae saw 1\aron Brown who ran to his car.
Brian and OEilt1ae were picked up by Aaron in his vehicle in C1Eilmont
park. They drove immediately to Colorow Elementary school where
Brian's mother is a secretary. Brain believed they arrived there at
11:45am. They informed his mother, who had not yet heard what had
happened. Brian assisted getting the elementary kids off the
playground.

They then left Colorow school and drove to 1\aron' s home on vance
street. Brian recalled they were making phone calls when Aaron's
brother Brook Brown arrived at the home. Brian believed Brook

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arrived aJ:)Qut 15 minutes after they did, which was around 12:30pm,
orian stated that Brook hugged his brother Aaron and said, 'I know
who did this', He was very sure that Eric Harris had been involved
in some way.

Brain was wearing a white T shirt and tan pants with a blue sports
hat whan he exited the cafeteria. He left a black eastpack backpack
with 2 tuxedo choir shirts in it. Brian had no more information on
this incident.

Brian Rathburn
6417 S, Pierce Ct
Littleton, Co 90123
972-4867.

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lNVESIIGATION:

On 06-15-99, I was assigned Leed#4429 to interview Zachary Rauzi, who was a Columbine High School student on 04-20-99.
who was assigned "Av Iuncb.

On 06-15-99. at ahoutl00l hours, I lefta message on the answering machine at the listed home phone for Zachary Rauzi, 303-
978-9961. At 1220 hours, 1received. page to that number. At 1225, I recontacted the number and spoke with. mate who
Identified himself as Zachary Rauzi.

I toldRauzi thatI wantedto speak with him about the incident at Columbine High Schoolon 04-20-99 He stated that4lh period
he had Language .JIm with Mr. Friesen and when class was over. went to his locker and then to the cafeteria. I asked Rauzi
wherehe was sitting in the cafeteria. He staledhe was sitting near me elevator, near the pop machines, whereyou get yourfood.
I asked RaUZl who he wassirung withhim and he stated that he didn't know. He stated that he sat down at about 1115 Rauzi
stated that someonecame into the cafeteriaand said therewassomeone outsidewith a gun and toldpeople to get undermetables.
I asked him if this wasa teacheror srodent and he stared he really dide't know. I asked him who was underneath the table with
him and again Rauzi stated he dido't know, Rauzi stated he lookedup and there were people running. He stared,he, he ran
through the auditoriumand went out a door near tho weight roomsand counseling area.

I askedRauzi if he hed heard anytbing. H. stated that while in the cafeteria, he heard a bomb go off under a car. I askedhim

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how it was he knew it wasunder a oar, and he stated that they could see smoke coming out from underneath. gray lzuzi Rodeo
belonging to Eric Conant, I asked him if he had heard anylhing else and he stated he diOO', think so. I asked hi,n if when he
looked outside, he could see anyoneor see any otheractivity and he stated he did not I asked Rauzi ifhe saw anything elsewhile
running outside of the school. He noticed the front doors near the main office were broken cut, when he ran threw that area.
I asked Rauzihow long he believed he had been under thetable prior to running and he stated probably only about 30 seconds
Rauzi statedonce outside he ran into ClementPark wherehis car was parked, and with seven or so other unidentified people left.

I 'old Renzi that I would like to meet with him to show him somediagramsof the school and see if he could pointout where
exactly he had been in the cafeteria. Rauzi agreed to me meeting hint at his residence on 06-16·99. at about 1030 hours.

DISPOSITION, Open, pending further investigarion,

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On 06-[6·99. at about 104() hours,I met willi laehary RaU2i and his mother, Doreen RaU2i, at their home. r told Zachary Raua
that I wanted ro show himdiagrams of Columbine HighSchool. I showed him a diagram that Is an enlargementof the cafeteria
area. I asked him to 'how me where he hed been sittingduring lunch. RaUZI put an .X" in the area where he believed be hed
been SItting and pUI his initialson it. He stated that il was thesecondtable in from the areaof the serving line. I then asked Rauzi
to drawon the map for me the wayhe had left the scbcol. He did so by drawing a line out throughthe audnoriurn. I then handed
himanotherdiagramof Columbine High School which showedthe upper level of rhe school. I asked Rauzi to start again from
the auditorium and again draw his path out of the school, Rauzi drew up the side of the auditorium and out into the mainhall

He drew a line down a hallway heedingtoward the gym. but then determined that was not the hall that he meant. I marked an
'X" overthat palh. RaU2i then drew a line out toward the matllofficearea of the schooland down a hallway headingnorth, He
stated that rtwent out nOM the gym doorsand he then Wen! 10 ClementPark, RaU2i againstated that be was nat sure who he had

been sittingwith at the tables. He stated that he had not actually been sitting at a table he normallysits at. I asked Rauzi if he

noticed anything unusual in the cafeteria and he stated be did not I askec him if he noticed anything unusual in the way of
backpacksor hags and he stated he did not He staredhe did actuallygrab his backpackand take it with him.

ZacharyRaU2i then left and I continued speakingwith his mother DoreenRauzi, She stated that Matthew Kechterwas one of
Zachary Rauzi's best friends and this has been very difficultfor him.

It should be noted thaI ..-hen I handed Zachary RaU2i the diagram showing the larger portion of Columbine High School,he
slatted drawing in the area of the library. believingit to be the cafeteria. I then explain..! to him that this was the upper level
of the school and he then startedin the auditoriwn area. I drew an .X" throughthis location,where he initially was drawing in
the library

DISPOSITION: Open, pending further investigation.

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TEAM FOUR lJ.'iTERVIEW GUIDELINE
l\tIINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

1. Did youever see the rwo large duffel bags i.a Ebe cafeteria ! ~D

2. Didyou see ",yone carrying or in me po"""'on ofmoso dui:'fol bqs.'" previous time ?
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Jl17!RSON COONTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

SUJlPLEMIiNTAL R,EPORT

Defendant: (columbine shooting) Dooket Number: 99A062 (HEI


Date: 05n99 Case Number: 99-7625
Deputy 0 .A. : Investigator: Mike Heylin
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WITNESS:

Nicole Ray DOB: 121883


7458 S. Depew St
Littleton, CO 80123
303-973-7551
c/o mother; Marilyn Medina (w) 303-980-7643
father; Ted Medina (wi 303-541-2499
-CHS student; in cafeteria for 4th hour at table II with Naiome
Lucero, Natalie Baker, Lauren Moult-en, Kelsy Fowler/ Tina Thorsen,
and Bay \ last name unknown); in cafeteria for lunch at table II with
Naiome Lucero, Natalie Baker, Kelsy Fowler, Brittany Gillette, Julie
Nasland, and Megan Firai prior to 4th h.our on the day of the
shooting saw a male student who was a l'big fat. guytt who wore chains
and had his hair fashioned into horns by a locker along the south
science hallway between the interior science halls as she thought
this student used to hang out with Robert Perry; no duffle bag
information; heard Melissa Sowder talk in class after the shooting
about how f~~y it was and that the victims deserved it; heard from
Daniel Romero that he and Tiffany Lien heard Melissa Sowder in class
after the shooting say how she ~~ew it would happen two weeks before
it did (witness said she was interviewed by an unknown detective
about Melissa Sowder); said a Patrick McDuffy is an ex-trench coat,
student; named Jennifer Faller and Jessica Rusch as associates to
trench coat students

INVESTIGATION:
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On May 17, 1999 at 1930 hours I contacted Nicole Ray at her home for
an interv-iew. Her parents were present. Nicole t.hen told me the
following:

• She is a freshman at Columbine High.

• She was recently interviewed over the phone by an unkno_


detecti ve acout her knowledge of hearing a Melissa Sowder talk in
class afeer the shooting that Sowder thought the shooting was funr.y
and that the victims deser.;ed it, She was also inter"iewed about
her knowledge of a Daniel Romero and Tiffany Lien saying that they
heard Melissa Sowds-r say she knew the shooting wou Ld happen t'1JO
weeks before it did.

• When askecl about Eric Harris, she said ehat she has seen him
around school but did not know his name prior to the shooting. She
only saw him a c¢uple of times and did noe knew anything about him.

• When asked about Dylan Xl ebc Ld , she said ehat she had never
seen him nor did she ever hear his name before.

• She did noe know

* When asked about she said that she thought that


was the student she heard people say hi to that was a nioe guy. She
desoribed as looki.l'lg like Draoula. She said this
student wore blaok eye make-up. She did nct know anything about him.

* When asked about • she said that she knew his name
from the yearbook and that she saw him around school at times. She
looked in her yearbook ~~d then said that the person she thought she
knew as was actually an ex"'trench coat wearer named
Patrick McDuffy. She said that she saw McOuffy on television
talking aboue this shooting.

• She said that the trench coae students would hang out under the
cafeteria stairs.

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• When asked about a.ssociates she said that a freshman named
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Jennifer Faller was an "outcast" that may be associated with the


trench coats. She also said that a sophomore named Jessica Rusch
was also an "outcast' who may have hung out with trench coat
students.

* She said that she never saw much of the trench coat students ~
s ehoo L. She has heard of the "Trench Coat Mafia" but just thought
they were a group.

• When asked, she did not see any trench coat student or
associate in school the day of the shooting. She did say that she
saw a male student, who used to hang out with Robert Perry, on the
morning of the shooting. She said she saw this student prior to 4t~
hour by a locker on the south hallway wall of th" science area
between the interior science hallways. She said this student was a
"big fat guy" who wore chains and fashioned his hair into horns.

• On the day of the shooting she did not see any suspicious
objects around school or the cafeteria. When asked specifically,
she clid not see any duffle bags.

• On the day of the shooting, she had 4th hour off and spent that
time in the cafeteria with her friends. After she got out of Miss
Mosier'S 3rd hour science class at 10:20 a.m. she walked with A..""ny
Stone to her locker. She then met up with several other friends in
the area by the gym. She then went to the cafeteria.

• Upon looking at the diagram. she said that she spent 4th hour
and the lunch hour at table It. The backpack list showed her
backpack recovered at table II.

'* She spent the 4th hour with Naicme Lucero, Natalie Baker,
La.uren Moulten, Kelsy Fowler, Tina Thorsen, and Bay (last name

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.. She l:h.en stayed in the cafeteria for lunch. She went to t.he
food lines and then back to table II. She was at the table for
lu.~ch with Naiome Lucero, Natalie Baker, Kelsy Fowler, Brittany
Gillette, Jul.. Na s Larid, and Megan l?iro. She said several other
friends were within her table and two others that she and her
friends usually sit at.

• She said that she saw Mr. Sanders running in the cafeteria from
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the west door area telling people to get down that there were people
with g'.lIls. She got under her table. She said that some students
were getting up and she heard ye:ling for them to get down.

.. She then heard a "'pop~ but: did not k..-,ow from where it came.
She said that ever/one started running' out of c he cafeteria so she
r an also.

• She ran up the stairs with Julie Nasland. When they got to the
top of the sr.airs r Julie started to go to the right I toward the
library. She grabbed Julie who was falling ae times and went left
from the stairs ami out the school via the east doors to that
hallway. As she was running down the hallway, she thought she heard
bullets hitting lockers and ceiling pieces falling.

*' She ran with Julie to Leawood park. She heard more If pops II and
ran further to a lady's house on Lamar Street named Bonnie.

This concluded my incerview with Nicole Ray.

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JEFFERSON COONTY DISTRICT ArTORNIY'S OFFICE

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Date, May 17, 1999 Case !IUJlIber, 174A-DN57419
99-7625
CN 2974
Deputy D.A., Investigator, Lauck

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303/979-3387

eHS student, cafeteria witness

On May 16, 1999, this investigator met with Allison Reardon at


her residence. Present during the interview were her parents, Gerard
and Cheryl Reardon.

Allison advised that on the day of this incident, she arrived


in the cafeteria between 11,10 and 11,15 a.m., having come from her
fourth hour science class. She was shown a sketch of the cafeteria
and indicated that she had been seated at the table marked "lac"
She said others at her table were: Laura Green, Jenny Taylor,
Lindsey Kastanek and Shannon Myers. She advised that within just a
few minutes, she observed a number of boys who had been seated near
her table get up and run toward the area of the Rebel Corner.. She
said she then saw one of the s choc l, janitors come through the
cafeteria, telling the students to get down, that someone had a gun,
She stated that she heard "popping" sounds, but did not know what
they were. She then saw Mr. Sanders in the cafeteria and at that
time, many of the students began ~~ing up the stairs to the upper
level of the school. Allison said that she too ran up the stairs and

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then down the hallway which goes between the math and social studies
hall, east out of the school, and into the park across the street -
Leawood Park. She advised that while there, she heard explosions and
what she thought were gunshots. She said she ran out of the park
into the neighborhood and eventually found a friend's residence -
she could not recall that person's name.

Allison stated that she had never heard of the trench coat
mafia prior to that day. She knew none of the individuals associated
with that group. She advised that she never heard of a..'l.y rumors
relating to this incident.

She stated that her blue and black Eddie Bauer backpack and
some books were all that she could recall leaving at the school. She
said she had been wearing a light blue polo shirt and khaki pants on
that day.

Investigation continues.

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TEAlv! FOUR lL"VTERVIEW GUIDELIN"E
ML""ThIAL QlJESTIONS TO BE ASKED

L Did. yeu ever see tae rwc (>U'ge duffel baSs in !be cafe!.ena ..,

2. Did yeuseeanyone ':~li.ng or in the possessionof those duffel bags, at a previous time? j'l1/1-

3. Did you seeErie Harris or Dylan la.bold either on Mollday ofTu",,",y? WbIltwore til"y dcitlg? />! 0
¥vQ.a[ did rheysay? Were they with anyone etse ?

6. Did you seeor tllJk to""y of til"1""'011 Co.. Malla members 00 Monday 1 To",,",y? How abou. the "',
prier -sees or weekend. ?

s. Wbat were you we:zril:l~? Did you have 3. back pnck. 7 Vlb.at did it look like and I or bavein it ?

10. W1:w = did you = the cofetma ? Where did you CO,,", from (prior to !!leok""",) 1

. 11. HaVl! Clolll """k Whd :ileywere ,itting. dloir rou" ou' of Clo oo.ild!llg ",<1 whom Cloy were witil (if / '
known) "! V

12. How did. you ~:tit me buiidin~ ~ \Vnere did you go when ;rQU gOt out a.nd. what did. you see on the (( , f~r< r"
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,13: Do you; use !be: rn~et:? If so. what is your screen aame '! Do youhave ;w reQ Cab.: ! seek you J ___
v sittJilat to l..::!lat line) 3:C~:ount ;

6- Do JOu kaow anybcdy with a "doubte pierced eyebrow" '1 1'/ ,;;

1S. Did you seeor he:1I':my unusual n.nnounceme:ots prior-to d1e sb:ootiDgs? Do you: lciQw w(1at::he AI :,;
"Thoalll" or the <i?y was" over tileRebel :;ews Nerwork (1<.'11';) ?

16. em you provide "'y l\IttIlerint'on:wiotl on tile ll'e!Jlben of Ille Trench COal Mull.a ~
17. Ask:ile ,oren", if ille Ii"" neve tolii tllem aoytlling else ? Di.ffi:.tell'?

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LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
"'ORTING AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
'.,,,;TIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 04-30-99
OFFENSE: AOAlCOLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE! JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE

SUSPECTS:
ERIC HARRIS
DYLAN KLE80LD

WITNESS;
INFORMATION CONTROL NUMBER: DN1434, FBI: 174A-DN57419, JCSO: CR#99·7525

1. RE13ROVIC, KATE ALLISON, 008: 06·15-84


6476 Soulh Everett Way, Littlelon, CO 30128, 303-978-1706
Molher: LindaRebrovic, 5476 South EverettWay, Littleton, CO 80126,303·978-1700, WO!1<: 303-980-4800
Father: SteveRebrovic, 5476 SOUlh EverettWay, Littlelon, CO 80128. 303·978-1706, work: 303-388·5651

INVESTIGATION:
On 04·26-99 I was assigned Infom1ation ControlNumber DN1434 for follow up investigation I reviewed
the Information Control narrative which inclcated thatUnda Rebrovlc had called to report that her daughterhad
been in the cafeteria when Ihe shooting had begun at Columbine High SchooL
On 04·30·99 at 0900 hours, I responded to 5476 Soulh Everett WayWhere I mel with Kate Rebrovlc and
her parents Kale told me thal she had driven 10 the school wtth frend, 8eth Bradshaw, who IS a JUnior at the hlgn
school She said thaI they amved at apprOXimately 0715-0720 hours andthat they parked in the studentparking
lot near the seniorsection. She believes her parking space numberis 315. She said thaI they went in through
Ihe student entrance and went to the Language Arts departmenl which is directly downIhe hall. Kate Rebrovic
said that she then wem tc her firsl hourclass, which is choir The choir room is on the mainfloor She then went
10 her second hour class, whichis government, again. on the main floor Shethen went 10 her third hour class,
which is Spanish on Ihe lower leve!. Her fourth hour class is math on the mainfloor Kate saidIhat between third
hour and fourth hour she went to her locker between classes
When fourth hourmathwasover, KateRebrovlc attends the' A"lunch pencd. SheleftmathWith her tnend
LauraFarber She said thaItheystopped at Laura's lockerwhicri IS InIhe malh hali, andbelieves that they arnvec

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LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
'''ORTING AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
.,..;TIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 04·30·99
OFFENSE: A~A/COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOLTASK FORCE! JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE

in the cafeteria sometime between 1110·1115 hours. Sl1e said that they had table in the student entrance next
to the cafetena and that tl1ey had the last table by door Shesaidthat when she arrived at the table everyone was
already there She had brought her lunch and sl1e sat down and began eat She placed her backpack on the
ledge above the table.
She said that Steve, MIl<e and Travis got up to go get their lunch. Sl1e Said that Travis gets his lunch at
the 'rebel counter"and he usuallywalts until the line geesdown beforehe gOes up and gats It Kate Rebrovlc said
that she had JUS! started eating h~r lunch, that she had eaten her apples and grapes but had not eaten her
sandwich. when she heard people yelling there is a fight She said that people on the west end of the careter.a
ran to the window while other stuoents ran out the exit on the south side of the catetena She sa.c :hat airr-cst
immedJately studentswere running back Into l"le catetena yelling. "they've got guns. go back Inside the bUilding"
She said that she had stood up to look out the window and she heard sounds that she thOught might be gunshots
and she heard peopleyelling 'get down. get down" She saidthat everybody got down but TraVIS was st.11 standing
un They told him to get down and teachers also yelledat everybody to get down She sate a snort time after thai
...Jple started to run UP the stairs and she heard people yelling 'get out. get our She said there was a laMar
and Mr. Cappra, a cross-country coach. and Mr. Ortiz, the softball coach. who guided them out the student entry
doors through the parking lot behind the scnoot
Once they were In tile parking lot. she said that they could heard explosions and gwnshots as they were
running away from the school. She said that once they got out of the schooi she went to Travis Jones' house
Kate Rebrovicsaid that her backpack Is blue, an Eastpack, and has a key chainthat says. "Pans. France"
She said that she left the backpackon the ledge by the Windows, by the table where she was Silting She said that
the backpack contains four binders, a Spanish folder, a math text book, a geography book a reading book. a
catcutatcr. pens and pencils and her purse, a protractor and a compass
Kale Rebrovlcsaid that she was weanng a Khaki shirt wrth cargo pockets pants and sanoals
Kate Rebrovic said that she knew who the 'trench coat mafia" were, but did not know them by name cntil
after the InCident She said that she had seen kids ,n the scheel wearing the long. dark trench coats R"brovlc
said that she does not seeing anything that strikes her now as being unusual in the scnocl prior to the ,ne.dent
occurrinq on 04-20·99 She did not see any large dufflebags in the cafeteria and did not see any propane tanks
She has not heard of any other students or suspects talk about bomb making or gun buying.

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LAKEWOOD POl.ICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
"ORTING AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
,.~ TIM: COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL DATE OF REPORT: 04-30-99
OFFENSE: AOAlCOlUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TASK FORCE! JEFFCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE

Theonlyolner information she couldgive aboutERIC HARRIS wasthat several of her friendstoldherthat
theyremember him being in their gymclass. Theythought hewasa goodathlete but that he would get frustrated
when hecouldn't dosomething er ce it the way he wanted and thathe would curse In German, Kate Rebrovlc said
that she was getting this information from NicoleBucci
Linda Rebrovic said that she worl<s for a dentlst named Dr Cunkie (303-994-14001 aM that the Kleoolcs
use Dr, Cunkle as their dentist.

ADDITIONAl.WITNEsses:
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1. 'BETH 8RADSHAW
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Drove Kate Rebrcvicto school.
2. LAURA FARBER
3 QUINN SOORTZ
4 MEGAN MULVANY
" TRAVIS JONES
6. MIKE FOSTER
7. COLLEEN SCHWARTZOFF
a. STEVE DREAOAN
These were the students sitting at Kale Re!lrovic's table for lunch in the cafeteria
9. MR CAPPRA
Cross-country coach, Columbine High School
1Q. MR. ORTIZ
Softball coach, Columbine High School

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Detectiv-e"s Slarnature/number/dale Serge nt's signature/number/dale

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interviewwas conducted at Chrisnna's horne.

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SCIence wing en the school's upper level Chns said that when class ended. she grabbed her sack lunch, which she alwaj s
brings, from the classroomand walked downstairs.acrossthe cafeteriaand into the facuJty lounge. Chris said that she normally
enters the cafeteria from the interior stairway and walksnOM,past tables KK. LLand FFF. then west, next to and parallelwith
the serving line, to the faculty lounge. Chris said thatthis day was no different. and estimated that she arrived insidethe facuhy
lounge at about 11,12 a.m, Chris said that when she entered the faculty lounge. teachers Dave Sanders and Judy Greco were
already there and seatedat a table neat the southeastcornerof the room. Chris said that the three of them "religtously"eat lunch
together. and follow the same routine nearly every day Chris said that the three of them were the only teachers inside the
faculty lounge at that time. She drew a map of the interiorof the faculty lounge to indicate where the tables " fixtures were
located, and where the three of them sal. Chris indicatedthat she sat at the above table with her back to the window

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assumed students outside were hinmg the window, as they were known to do. Chris said that a couple of seconds later, the:
heard a second knocking sound on the window, which '.VaS also ignored. Chris said they then heard a third knocking sound
which was "a lot stronger and louder" than the first rwo. and sounded as 'hough someone had forcefully "pounded" on the
window, At this point. Chris said that the three of them wereminkingthat the students"were getting out of control out there:
and that she decided '0 go outside and tell them to "knock it off," Chrissaid that she then stood up and walkedtoward the wes
doorway 10 the faculty lounge. »exr to the window Chris said that as she reached the doorway, stili inside the lounge. she
looked out the window and saw twO students lying "facing the window. on their stomachs" djreC'tl~ outside and beio\'. trc:
window. Chris said that the two studentswere about fourfeetapart and parallel <0 each other, Chris said she then heard "50"'<
raucous" outside and assumed there was / had been a fight. Chris said that she did not say anything to Dave Sanders or Jud:-
Greco at that ume

Chris. said that she then exited. (he west doorway of the faculty lounge and walked to the door located at the northwest comer
of the cafeteria. Chris said that she then opened the door (the hingesof which were to her left)and stood in the doorway while
holding the door open with her teti arm, At that time. Chris said that she sa" a student lying in front of the door. at an angie
with his head facing northeast and his feet pointing southwest Chris said that she could not see the student's faceat that time
and could hear loud talking' yelling from other kids nem, Chrissaid that she then looked at the studenton the ground m fror-:
of her and asked him."What are you doing on the ground?" Chrissaid that Inher mind. she was thinking that this student hac
been in a fight end/or had been pushed. and was perhaps "exaggerating"his Injury Chris said that upon asking him this, he
"~ooked at me and said. •(can't feel my legs:" Chris then said, -whar do you meanyou can't feel your legs?" Chrissaid that
up to this point, she had heard. no gunshots or anythingelsethat wouldindicatesomething other than horseplay Chrissa.d thar
the student didn't answer her, so she asked. "Did you tall'?" Chris said that he said, "No, I can't feel my legs" Chris ther
asked, "Did you have a seizure" Did you trip or something?" Again, Chris said that he said. "No, I can't feel my legs H Chri-
said that the student was becoming visibly irritated wah her for asking why he couldn't feel his legs She then asked. "Dlo
somebodypush you} Wereyou in a fight:' Chns said thai he keptrepeating the same answer and occasionally cursed Chri-
said that she. teo, was becomingirritated and finally said. "Look, I'm confused here, You're lying on the ground Why are

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that as she '.I..J.S looking at him. she did not see any blood on or near him, nor any other visible signs of injury Chris said that
he then said. "I think I've been shot in the back:' Chris then asked."Well. who shot you:" Chris 'aid that he then said, "Lp
on the hill. there's a kid in a black trench coat. He shot me:' Chris said that she was still holding the door open at (his time

and was preparing to stick her head around the comer to her right and look up toward the hlll, Chris said that she then "teo),

one step out" of the doorway. and immediately heard a series of gunshcts coming from "outside the school:' Chris said tha:

at that point she remembered looking at Sean and saying to him. "I'Il be right back"

Chris said that she then ran back into the west doorway of the faculty lounge. where Dave Sanders and Judy Greco were sti[;

the only Ones inside. and still eating theirlunch, Chris said mat she yelled at Dave, "Help me! A student's been shot and I can':
love him!" Chris said that Dave then stood up. and Judy Immediately ran to the phone on the desk along the east wallot the

lounge Chris said that she does not recall which doorof the faculty lounge Davethenexited. Chris said mat she- then rerumec
to the cateterias northv"'est door to get back to Sean Chris said that in her mind, she needed to get Sean back inside the

buildingto protect him, Chris said that she then craw led inlo the doorway, holdingthe door open with her left arm Chris said
that she then laid down on her stomach. and told Sean !o Ugi\e me your hand:' Chris said that she remembers a custodian
named 10n (Curtis) came to the doorway behind her, and that she looked back [0 him and said, "I can't pull him In. hes t00

big ' She also remembers seeing Dave Sanders and Judy Greco behind her in the doorway as well, but could not recall 'When
they left or where they went. Chris said that Jon then crouched in the doorway to help her. but was interrupted by a female
"cafeteria worker" who came to the door and. yelledat herand John "not to move him (Sean), that he mayhave spinaldamage'

Chris said that she looked at the cafeteriaworker and remembers being"so aggravated ,. Chris said that she [old the cafeteria
worker,"He already can't move his legs! What's thedifference') I can't leavehim out there. there's shooring outside! He needs
to get back into the school!" Chris said that at [hat poiru, she heard several gunshots coming from vcry nearby Chris said tha:
she thinks the glass windows along the northwest side of the cafeteriawere then shot out Chris said that she continued to lit:
on her stomachand lookat Sean, but couldhear thesound of glass breaking, Chris said thatshe continued to He in. the doorwav

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remained there, Chris said that white lying there.she remembered seeing "3 blond girl with a white top"lying on her stomach.
her head toward the school. below {he cafeteria windows between [he first (largest) and second tsrnallen square patches or'
grass. Chris said that she did net 'know if this girl got shot, or simply heard the shots and got down. Chris said that as she laid
in the doorway, she remembered yelling at other students outside the cafeteria to "Gel down! They're shooting!" Chris also
remembered seeing a student, whom she identifled as Veronica Nuncio (I I t." f. waJking around the southwest exterior COrner
of the cafeteria. Chris said that Veronicawas "kind of laughing and smiling,"and didn't appear to know \\,hat was goingOn
Chris said that she remembered yelling, "Veronica get down! They're shooting!" Chris said that she saw Veronica drop down
to the ground. Chris said that she continued to hear sporadic gunshots duringthis time. Chris said that although she does rrot
remember this, she was later told by (custodian) Jon Curtis that a window next to the doorway in which she v. as lying was
blown out during this time. Chris does nor know which window he was referring to. Cnns said that at SJ:Ime pctnr. she
membered Jon yelling at her to leave S~3n because there was shooting occurring inside the school. and that it "eo longer
.nattered." Chris said that John told her that he would stay with Sean. and tor her to get back inside

After that, Chris said that she remembered crawling backward. OUt of the doorw ay and into the cafeteria. Chris said thai she
remembered seeing the door. which she had been holding open with her lett arm, begin to close and actually hit Sean on the
head Whereas Seanhad originally beenoutsidethedoor', pathway. he hadapparently beenpulled toward thedoorway enough
thathis head now obstructedits path. Chris said thatas she moved backward, she saw bloodon theconcrete neat Sean's back
Chris said that once she was out of the doorway and back inside. she stood up and ran into the faculty lounge by way of its east
doorway Chris said that as she enteredthe faculty lounge. shesawJudy Greco and students Araceli Gaucin and Michelle Huff
huddled togethernear the two soda machines which are located on the lounges southwall. between the two doorways, Chris
said that Dave Sanders was not inside the lounge at that time. Chrissaid that she remembered yelling: to Judy and thestudents.
"You've got to get out of here, they're in the building!"

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~f the kitchen. up against the walk-in freezer doors. Chris said that she was by herself at that lime, and that Judy. Aracef

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to her. telling her to came ever to where they were. Chrissaid that she remained where she was, thinking that if she mov ed
her back would be exposed to anyone looking down the kitchen aisle. Chris said that during this time. she could hear loud
"booms" corning from somewhere across the serving line inside the cafeteria. along with periodic gunshots and (hesound of
people yelling and screaming, Chris said that smoke: quickly became "very thick" inside the kitchen area. but that she could
see and hear some of the custodians crawlingnear the serving line to see where the shooters were. Chris estimated thatshe and
the others remained m the rear of {he kitchen for about forty-five minutes. and that at some point. a custodian named J<1:-

(Gallentine) arrived at their location and said that he was going to try to see if he could get some of the closets openedand ge:
them inside. Chris said that Jay told them that if worse came to worse. they could go inside hie walk-in freezer "where it

wouldn't be comfortable. but it would be safe:'

'oris said that Jay then tried to open J storageroom door alongthe north wall of the kitchen.but could not get i[ open and said
thattime must already be kids inside. Chris said that Jay thenunlockeda "mop closet" door locatedalong the westwall of 'he
kitchen,and noticed several people inside, Chris said that Jay then sheved two kitchen workers inside this closet. along wah
Judy. Araceli, Michelle. herself and another teachernamed Eric Kritzer, Chris said that Eric Kritzer had arrived in the kitchen
about ten minutes prior to that, and that he said he had been wounded in the leg. apparently from shrapne: troman explosive
dev ice made from a beer can, Chris said that Jay then told them to stay inside the closet. and lockedthe door from the outside

Chris said that she thinks there were a total of seventeen peopleinside this mop closet. She then provided a lisrthat she had
since prepared of all the individuals who were inside the closer with her: Shawn Roberts (II thl, Austin Mears(lOth). Greg
Garda (lOthl. Paul Andrews (lOth), Michelle Huff (l ithl. Araceli Gaucin (lIth), Matt Sesow (9th), Kristin (last name
unknown. Greg's girlfriend). Tony Arnold (custodian). Sue Dewlaney, Linda Tihljas. Marlene Nedeeman. Laverne Helm
(kitchen workers). Chris Redmerski,Judy Greco. and EricKritzer(teachers). Chris said that (custodian) Tony Arnold had,
walkie-talkiewith him during the time they were all inside ihe cioser, Chris said that Tony periodically used the walkie-talkie
to remain in contact with others who had them. and knew when the S\'v AT rearms) had entered the school Chrissaid that the',
all remained inside this closet for abouttwo hours. Chrissaid thatduring this time. and particularly early 011. she heardperiodic

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Chris also 'aid that they sometimes heard voicescoming from outsidethe door, in the kitchen area, and someonetalking 300ut
how the 'door was looked' and that the 'key was broken.' Chris said that during their last hour inside the closet, they heard a
VOice coming from directly outside ttw closet door. pleading fer them to open the door and let him in. Chris said that she did
not recognize this voice. but that student Greg Garcia said it was his friend, Brett Kostalnick (f Oth). Chris said that this
individual told them his name was Brett,and even passedhis schoollD card under thedoor to prove who he was. Despite this.
Chris said that they did not let him inside out of fear that he might be a shooter. Chris said that approximately thirty minutes
later, they heard noises coming from above the mop closet. and then saw fingers attempting to pry open the ceiling tiles above
them, Chris said that theyturnedoff tbe Iight insidethe closetand huddled together. fearing the worst Chris 'aid that it turned
out to be Brett Kcstainick, and that theytold him to stay pur. Chris said thathe remained there. in the rafters. for about thin;.-
minutes. then left.

Chris said that it was after 2;JO p.m, that they gOI out of the closet becauseshe remembered hearing the 2:30 p m (dismissal)
bell. and locking at her watch, Chris said that she remembered a SWAT team cracking open the door and announcing
themselves, Chris said that it took longer than theyhad expected to clear the roombecauseof the cramped conditions. Chris
said that upon lea.. . ing tnt: closet,she and the others were ushered back into the faculty lounge, searched, and lined up against
the west wan Chris said that while she was lined up against said wall.SWATmembers becameconcerned that someone was:
crawlingaround above the ceilingtiles. aimed theirguns at the ceiling. and quickly usheredshe and the others out the broken
lounge window in groups of three. From there. Chris said that she and theothers ran up the exterior stairway to safety

Chris said that at no time did she see any shcotens) or anyone wearing a trench coat She said that when sbe entered the
cafeteria, after tounh period, shedid not see any dufflebagts: or anything else that looked suspicious/ cut of the ordinary T11c
interviewconcluded at about 1 25 p.rn.

A lend sheet was prepared and submitted by me for kitchen worker Laverne Helm. All other names were indicated by Rapid
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OnThursday. 07·08-99, at approximately 1330 hours, J contacted witness Regnier at her residence by telephone. I asked her
to provide any relevantmformauon she could about the incident occurring at Columbine HighSchool on 04-20-99 Witness
,zegnier advised tha: during fifth hour. she wasproceeding to walk to th. faculty lounge from the Foreign Language hail"ay and
wasdirectly in frontof the first staticnwhere kids pay forlun<:h in the cafeteria, Sheadvised tha: shenoticed thecustodian. Tony
(lastname unknown) hadcome imethe cafeteria and said, "Get down. they've get a gun." She indicated shortly afterthis time.
teacher Dave Sanders alsocame in andsaidsomething to toie effect, of "Getdown. they've get guns." She indicated that 'he did
getdownon the floorand hearda "boom,boom sound." Sheindicated that it did notsoundlike a rifle or pistol. but more of a
bomb type device. She indicated that she believed this sound was coming from outside. She said that while she was on the
ground. she heardglassshattering but was 'l..I.nSUX'e as to where it wasbreaking. Shelooked upand saw students scurrying around
thecafeteria area. running in all directions. She advisedthat she managed to make her way to the hallway where the elevator
islocated adjacent to the cafeteria and began to pullstudents off the elevatorandout of the bathrooms Inthat area because the)
were norsafe places to hide. She indicated thattwo other teachers and approximately 75 studentswere in the immediate area
when another teacher named Leland Andres (spelling unknown) had opened the back door to the stage area adjacent to the
auditorium. She indicated that .11 these people ran into the auditorium and SOme students proceeded to go up these stairs of the
auditorium and out those doors. She said thatthose particular students immediately returned and said something to theeffect
thatthe suspects were up in that area. It is unknown if they hadseen or heardsbootingin thatparticulararea, but the) did run
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came in and said that they needed to leave the area as he was infonned by radio that the suspects wore in the immediate area.
She indicatedthat she and the other teachers linedthe smdetlts up and they pmceededdown !he ForeignLanguage hallway and
out the fire exit door which leads onto the student parking lot on the south side of the building. She indicated that all this
occurred within approximately five minures, at whichtime the fire alarm sounded. She said that she had escorted all thestudents
overto the Leawood Park area and stayed merefor approximately onehalf to one hour directing ttaflIcawayfrom me school 'hat
was headeddown West Fair Avenuetoward the school, She said that.iter. period of time, she went to the ColumbinePublic
Library to assist withstudents and parents and eventually obtained a ride from anotherteacherto her residence. Winless Regnier
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STUDENT COLUMBINE H,S. FRESHMAN
PARENTAL INFORMATION
STEp·MOTHER: KRISTINE L. REMBOLD. DOS/1M2 WIF
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WORK: 600 GRANT STREET SUITE 900
DENVER. CO 80203
303·830·3135

INVESTIGATION
On 4-27·99, between the hoursof 09:12 and 1050. I had an opportunity to speakwithBrock reference the incident thal occurred
that Columbine H.S. on 4-20-99. Also presentat the interview washisstep-mother, Kristine.

Brock staled on 4-20-99, after he wasreleased from his3,d period class at about 10;20 a.rn. winch wasthe American Governmesa
class taught by Mr. Savino. that be wentto Subway's located at Pierce and Coal Mine with his friends, Jacki Carrol andJill
Kamens, Brock explained he doesnot havea fourth hourclassand he willnormally godownto the cafeteria area where he will
study or eat an early lunch. He 'rated afterhe and his friends exitedColumbine H.S. they went10 Clement ParkwhereJackie
drove themto theSubway at Pierce and CoalMine. After picking upthairlunch they returned to the school, and entered through
.,. maindoor, and walked down themain ballrightpast the library, andproceeded down the stairsto the cafeteria. Hesaidhe

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believes they wereback in the schoolby 10:35 a.m. When theyarrived at the cafeteria. aftershowing him II mapof the cafetena,
he said they sat at table '~HH:' Brock was asked after arrivingat the cafeteria ifhe remembersobserving two large duffel bags
or gym type bags. One described as blue in color and the otheran orange-isvred in the general area where he was seated. or if
he observed anyone bringing these items in there and leaving them, Hestatedhe did not see the itemsand he: did not seeanybody
bringthe items in, Brockwas asked who else was at the tablewith himor in the vicinity. He stated that Keith Nackercd. Tony,
Sonderby. laterhe provided Tony's phone number. 303·978·1778, and his addressons 14 West Alder Ave. He also told me
at the table were Brian (unk last name) who is a sophomore.and Tyler. also a sophomore, He stated at the time therewas about
100 people in 'he cafeteria. Brock statedabout 11: 15 a.m. "when he first heard some loud"pops" telling me the pops werenear
thenorth:west entrance to thecafeteria. He initially described the pops as firecrackers, Shortly afterthat he recalled thataJanitor
camerunning into the cafeteria. He described the janitoras white mele. with a Columbine baseball cap and r-shirt on. skinny.
and thejanitor was yelling to the studentsto get out of the cafeteriaarea. Brockthen describes seeingtwo individuals enter the
orthiwest doors of the cafeteria, The firstparty he describes as being 5'6"-5'8". white male with. whitet-shin on, faded black
or bluejeans. This individual was not wearing a face: mashand did nol have a black trench coat on. He stated it is unknown if
this individual was a portof this incillont. telling me that thisparty didnothavea weapon. The secondparty he described seeing
enter the door was about ;'10"-5', I". telling me the individual was wearing a black trench coat, and had. face mask on. He
stated this individualwas carrying a weapon, He describedthe weapon as a double barrel shotgun. and that the party had a dark
colored backpack on. Initially when this individual entered into thecafeteria. Brock stared the patty was walking alongthe west
windows. and then started running towards the stairs which were located on the east side of the cafeteria. After seeing this
individual Brock stated the.! he and severalother individuals started to walktowards the stairsand behindthem they couldhear
gun fire. Theybelieved it was coming from the individual whohadenteredthe cafeteria from the north/we" doors.

Brock statedas theystarted to walk up the stairsnom the caf"",ri. theypasta secondgunmen who he statedwas Dylan Klebotd.
Hestated he passed withinsix feetof Dylan, on the stair'" hecontinued upstairs en route to the rechlab. Brock described Dylan
Kleboid as 6'4"to 6'5", stating Dylan was wearing a blacktrench coat, HehJld a face maslf,on whichcovered the top of his head
anddown just belowhis nose. Dylanwas ...earinghis favorite hat,a Boston RedSox's hat, whichwas turnedaround backwards
and that the "S" which is normally on the nom of the cap was on the back side of the baseball cap. near the adjustment band.
"'rock stated th.t Dylanwas carrying • largemilitary typo of gun andwas moving real slowly,describing It as a "casual walk ..
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Brockstatedthat Dylanalso had. blackor navy bluebackpack on. Brook wasaskedhow he could positively identify this person
as DylanKlebold. He stated he has hadcontact with Dylan in the pastbecauseDylan is such a fan of the Boston Red Sox'sand
theytalkedabout the team before. He alsostatedthat when he leaves his Jrd hour government class that he normally would pas,
Dylanin the hallway, because Dylan had that sameclass4th periodaod they saw each other quirea bit, passingin the halls. He
also statedthat Dylan has a quite distinguishable chin. and therewas noquestionwhen he saw Dylan on the stairs tbet he knew
it was Dylan Klebold.

Brock stated he interrupted a class that was in progress in me tech lab. He stated that the teecber peused when he waiked in and

asked ifhe could heip him at which time Brocktold him therewassomebody shooting. scmebcdy walkingaround with a gun.
Brock. stated after he 1eft: the tech lab he went intothe science labroomwhich is adjacent to the tech lab He stared that while
he was: in the science lab he remembers looking through the window in the science labdoor. he stated he was about 1::' feetback
. om the door and he remembers seeing an individual walking downthe hall. He described that individual as being the same-
parry he observed enter the nOrWwesr door in the cafeteria. A811in he stated this individual was carryinga doublebarrelshotgun
and was carrying the weapon in the ready position. After the individual passed by the door Brock stated he exited from tne
scienceroom and ran east passed the tech lab, He statedwhen he exited from the scienceroom the suspect "vas to his teft as if
he was walking towards the west Brockremembers running north to the Woods hallway at which time heexited from the school.
statingthat he ran towards the smokers pit, jumped the fence and ran north to Clement Park.

Brock was asked if observedeither of the gunmen insidethe Columbine H.S. fire the weapon He stated he heardgun fire. but
he: wasn't sure where they were shootingand he never saw the individuals. shootat anyone. He also told me that whilehe was
in the tech lab and science lab area that he could hear explosions throughout the school.

Breck was asked if he had any additional information aboutthe Trench Coat Mafia. He said the only thinghe knewwas that he
believedthat Dylan Klebold was tile leader of the group and pylon wasseekingrevenge against "jocks." He Slated he did not
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reiterated he did not see either of the suspectfiringtheir weapons whilein the school. Brock was asked ifhe had any additional
information to provide. He stated one thingof interestthat abootthree weeksago, somebodyhad glued the interiorand exterior
box, usingepoxy glue which rendered the locks unusable. He ""ted for aboU! a weekto. weekand half the schooldid not have
means '0 secure the classrooms or 'he doors leading in and out of the school.

Brockwas asked '0 describe his dress on Tuesday.4-20·99. He stated he was wearing blue jeans, a whi'e t-sbirt and over the
white t-shirt was a kaiki colored sleevelessvestwith a blue pinstripes, ""d wearingtan shoes Illld CSU baseballcap on. Brock
wasasked ifhe left any additionalitems at Columbine School. He stated other than his backpack and notebooks whichwereleft
in the cafeteria. that was it.

Priorto completing my interview I provided Brock with. mapof thecafeteriaof ColumbineH.S. at which time he provided his
''Cation and the table he was seated at and his movement out of the cafeteria.

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I spoke with RemboldBrock to ask him questions about the interviewhe gave under Rapid Start #1075. In his original
nterview, Brock stated that he passed Dylan Klebold on the stairway as he was coming up from the cafeteria. He
described Klebold as having a military type weapon and wearing a mask. He stated Klebold was coming down the
stairs towards the cafeteria. [questioned him about his observations. He described that the mask was similar to a
paintball mask, with spray paint over it. He stated the mask covered the top of the heed and the back of the head as
well as the front He did not see any hair on the suspect becausethe mask was covering the suspect's hair.

Ia : Brock how he knew it was Dylan Klebold since he couldnot see Klebold's face. Brock stated he knew it was
Kleboldbecause of the suspect's size, as well as the hat he was wearing. I asked Brock who else was on the stairs with
him. He stated there were a numberof students, but lie did not knowtheir names.

Brock stated lie was about one hundred feet from the person he identified as seen walking in the south hallway,
carrying a shotgun. Brock stated that this second suspect was not Dylan Klebold who he believed lie Saw on the
stairway. I asked Brock if he had any conversationwith the personhe thoughtwas Dylan Kleboldon the stairway. He
stated he did not

I contacted Lab SupervisorChris Andrist to obtain a description of the mask taken into evidence on 04-20-99. Andrist
told me that it was a green knit stocking mask, similar to a skiing mask. He stated that the mask was found outsidethe
school near _the black trench coat belonging to Eric Harris. No other mask was discovered at the crime SCene.
Witnesses who identified events which occurred in the hallway where Dylan Klebold was positively identified stated
that Klebold was not wearing a mask. No other studentswho used the stairwaybetweenthe cafeteria to the south main
hallway teport seeing a suspect wi!lia mask on. JC-001- 004181
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It is therefore this investigator's opinionthat Rembold Brock: is notbeingtruthfulin his reportof seeingDylanKlebold
with a mask on the stairway leadingfrom the southhallway to the cafeteria on 04-20-99. Brock will not be used as a
critical witness in this investigation.

DISPOSITION, Open, pending further investigation.

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Reynolds, Courtney 1 , dob/03·28·a2, WfF
8925 West Prentice Avenue
Littleroe, Colorado 80123
(303)973·7330 Work: Sl1.ldent at ColumbineHigh School (l""ior)

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Reynolds, Gayle E., doblOI·I0-47, WfF
same as above ( Work: 2525 South Downing 5lreel
Denver, Colorado
(303)77&.5821

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same as above / Work: same as above

''1VESTIGATION;
On 05·07,99, between the hours of0857and 0925 hours, I had an opporrunity to speak with Courtney Reynolds in referenceto

the incident that occurred at ColumbineHigh School on 04-20·99. Also present during the interview were her parents,Gayle
and Richard Reynolds.

CourtneyReynoldstold me she arrived al school on 04-20·99, at .boul 0715 beers, and that she had car pooled with her friend,
Pam. They arrivedat the Junior parking lot, and proceeded into the schoolfromthe south entrance, which is also calledREBEL
comer. Once they entered into the school,they proceeded up tho staes to the main level of tho school where they went to their
lockers. Reynolds told me her locker is located in the fronl hall, and her locker number is 1300.

Reynolds' first period class was Math, whieh ls located in Math room #MAI!, and is taught by Ms. Layman; second period is
French, which IS llIught by Ms. Lutz, in the Foreign Langcage hall and is locateddawn near the cafeteria.just to the east. I asked
Reynolds if she observed two large duftle bugs or sports type bags in the cafeteria. or if she observed any individualsbring the
bags in. The first hag was described as being blue in color, and. the secondbag was described as being an orangi.hlred in color.
Reynolds stated she did not sa: the bags in tbe cafeteria area prior to lunch, and. did not observe anyo.o bring tho bags in•
.eynolds told me her fourth hour class is a Chemistry class an is taughtby Mr. Kent Friesen. After she was released fmm her
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fourth period class. she wont to the cafeteria for her scheduled lunch period, and believes she arrived at about 1112 hours,
Reynolds was shown. map of the cafeteria.and was asked if she could tell me which table she sat at. She identifiedtable ~p
as the tableshe was seated at. and she was seated with her fr'.ends, Michelle Marker('
unknownphone).and Kdstin Brow:;;03-
988~J888). After Revnoldsarrived at the tabte, she placedher backpack and a photO album on the table and proceeded to the
food serviceline. Reynolds Slated she went to the foodservice linewhich is the furthest west.near the northwesr cafeteria doors.
Mer she got her lunch.she proceeded back to her table. Shortly aftershe reachedthe table,she remembers seeingstudents. who
were towards the west windows, get up and stan to get underneath their table. Shanly after this. she recall, heanng an

unidentified teacheryemng at the studentsto getdownand get underneath the tables. Reynolds staled at first 'he thought it was
a Senior prank, but not being sure what was going on. she gOt under the table. As she was getting under the table. she recalls
seeing an unidentified white male enter the cafeteria from the southdoors. She told me the person had short blond hair. was
wearinga white t-shirt and bluejeans. She could see rhar the individual was bleedingfrom one of his arms. and once the party
entered into the cafeteria. he sat down right by the door that he just entered in.

Reynolds told me a teacher by the name of Mr. Moorestartedyelling at the students to leave the building, at which time she
startedrunning towards the stafrs. Reynoldssaidaboutmid..way up- the stairs. she remembers hearingseveral gunshots. and the
gunshots soundedas if they were coming from the Libraryarea. Once she reached the top of the stairs, she ran C1lSt down the
Math/Science hallways. About mid-point. she told me she fell. and there were several srudents who had fallen around her, She

recallsan unidentified studenthelpedher to her feet. at which time she continued to run east down the hallway, whereshe exited
!!'om the schooland ran to Leawood Park. 0"". she reachedLeawood Park.she heard gunshots and the soundsof explosions.
Fearing that they were being shot at, the studentscontinuedto ron east into the neighborhood. Reynolds told me she ran to the
home oran unidentified police officer that was knownby some of the people she was running with.

Reynolds was asked if she observed any gunmen while she was in ColumbineHigh School or afler she had exited from the
school. She told me sbe did not observe any gunmen. Reynolds was asked ifshe knew the identity ofany of the members of
the TrenchCoat Mafia, and if she had any inf""""tion pertaining to Eric Harrisor Dylan KJebold. She told me she did not know
the two parties and that she did not have any informarion ro provideaboutthe group. She wid me the only associateshe knows
that belongsto the Trench Coal M.fia is • girl by 'he nameof Krista Hanley.and told me that Hanlev was in the ehOlO""'"hs

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in the photoalbum that she had left on the table in thecafeteria.tellingme that the photos were of a group of studentsthat went
France.

I had Reynolds describe what she was wearingon 04-20-99, She laid me sbe was wearing a pair ofoveralls, a white shirt under
them. and was wearing white tennis shoes, Reynolds was asked if the", were any rumors going around school prior to the
incident. She stated she did not hear anything. I asked her if she has heard any rumorsor had any informationafter the incident
which she felt she should pass on to me, She told me a friendof'hers, Amanda Mendrall. told her she had heard frcrn a friend
of hers by the name of Lacey Smith, that mere was a third gunman, not identifiedas Eric Harrisor Dylan Klebold,and that this
individual was a Senior who had either been suspended from school or had dropped OUI, Reynolds told me she could not
remember the part!" s name. and that slledid not haveany additional information aboutthis rumor. Reynolds also explainedthat
she is on the yearbook staff. and there Was a 1999 dedication to the Trench COal Mafia on bow to relieve tension. and the
dedication was made by RobynAnderson. Reynolds wenton to say that this dedication had been turnedover to law enforcement.
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At the completion of this interview, Reynolds Was provided. map of'the cafeteriaarea, and was asked if she could depict where
she was sittingin the cafeteria and her travelpath out of the cafeteria, A copyof that map is attachedwith this supplementreport.

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FEDERAL BUllEAU OF INVESTIGATION

4/29/99
On 4/27/99, Lori Reynolds, D08 9/23/83, of 5840 West
Rowland Avenue, Littleton, Colorado, was advised of the identity
of the interviewing Agent, and the nature and purpose of the
interliew. The interview was conducted in the pre$ence of her
Mother, Gail Reynolds, D08 10/20/48. She provided the follow,ng
information.
On 4/20/99, Lori arrived at Columbine High School at
normal starting time in the morning, wh~oh is approximately
7:00am. She attended all her mornings classes prior to her lunch
periods, the last being American Government, which ends at 11,10-
11,15 am. She proceeded to the lunoh room, and sat at a table
she identif~ed as table DD as per a diagram provided. She sat at
th~s table with her usual group of friends who included,

1. Christen Cardwell-
2. David "BO' Lockwood-
3. Erin Hoffman'
4. Lauren Maestis~
5. Patrick Caruso-
1>. Elizabeth Nolan.l
She brought her lunch that day, and was sitting eating
when she heard noise from the area of the outside stairs on the
northwest corner of the cafeteria. She walked to the west
windows of the cafeteria where she observed and indiv~dual
dressed in black with a ski mask shooting a gun. She observed
the shooter shoot one person outside and continue walking towards
the cafeteria. As the shooter walked, the shooter fired randomly
towards the cafeteria.
Mr. Sanders then ran in the cafeteria and yelled for
everyone to get down. Lori along w,th Elizabeth Nolan, and David
Lockwood laid down and crawled towards the stairs on the far side
of the cafeteria. They then ran up the stairs and Mr. Andres Sr.,
had a large group of students stay in the auditorium. All during
this time, shots could be heard from the general direction of the
cafeteria. Mr. Andres wanted che students to stay in the
auditorium, however the students all ran out, and in the
direction of the front Office. When they arrived ~n front of the
office, they noticed what they thought was a bomb, so they ran

tnvesugaucn cn 4/27/99 ~ Littleton, Colorado


me' 174A-DN-57419/ 99-762S/CN#29 Date dictated 4/29/99

~ SA Russell J. Atanasio JC.(101- 004189


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T'hJs document ccmams n.eithcr retcmmendatlQl1.$ nor ccnciustcns of tht tBl. It Is the property of the FBI and. a loaned to )'our agency:
;: ene its cements.are not to be d!$::""'bu~ed. Ot:.tlHde' youragency
174A-DN-57419/ 99-7525/ CN#29

Continuatro.nofFU--302of Lori Reynolds ,On 4/27/99 2


,Pai'_~_

down the hallway which leads to the north ana ex~ted cowards the
west side of the school.

The same basIc group of studencs continued on towards


to the public library In Clement park, While standing outside
the library, at approxImately 12:30-1:00 pm, an unidentified
individual walked by Lori and a friend of her's named Matt
Lorenz, This indIvidual opeqly laughed at them, This individual
is described as male, 18-19 years of age, 5'10", thin i1801bs),
light complexion, clean shaven, wearing black cargo type pants,
white t-shirt t and red suspenders.

On 4/19/99, Lori saw Eric Harris just prior to lunch


period in the hallway near che cafeter:a, walking away from the
cafete~ia. Harris said nothing, and Lori did not exchange
greeti~gs with him. She did not usually exchange greetings with
any Trench Coat Mafia (TeM: O~ anyone chat she had hea~d was
associated w~th the TCM. In December of 1998, just prior co
Christmas break. while in her flrsc hour choir class, she
overheard someching that a boy named Brooks Brown was telling
some other boys in the class. B~own told a boy named Robbie
Sherper that on 4/20. something bad would happen, She thought
that Brooks Brown might ~~ng out with the TCM.
Finally, Lori exp"ained chae at che school, ln the
morning, everyday they have a school news cast with general
scheol information broadcast on T,V, monitors_ The broadcast
finishes with a thought for che day, On 4/2Q/99, the thought for
the day was "you'll wish you hadn't came today".

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1llterview LoriRtl'j1Wld. DOBI
Addt... SIWJ W Rowland A.~, Littleton. CO
Hom. phon. 30J-97J-5117
Freshman a1 Columbine High S<booi

Lori Reynolds was i""","owed on OS..{I3·99 by Inv Jill Reuteler (7394), CO!ooldo SUllO Patrol, at approx
g '15am at her residence

I asked M, Reynolds to go over the ev..... oftl1eday of the shooTing Ms Reynolds saidtlllllshe had A.
Lunch and that she usually got to lunch about II ISam Shesaidtlllll sheilod I>rougb.t her own lunch and
usually sat at • table _ tl1e windows with ne- friends, I asked her whidl _ she 01. with that day and
sne said Eliubeth Nolan, DIUIIlOttO MuseIman, Jami Amc. David Lockwood(303-979-5999), Patrick
Caruso,LaurenMaestas (unmre of spe!lin3landETlTlliolllnan Ms, Reynolds saidthat she hnd walked
around (from tl1e outdoors) '0 ili. tablethat she and her mends usually ... at in the cafeteria and '1lllI she
hnd just sat down whem she heard whal sounded Iik. at llr""""ker and Mr Sand.......eeber, 'old everyone
to get down and stay down. I asked Ms Reynold. if 'he saw aoytIDDs UJlllSU&lat iuncll. anyba<kp",", or
hail or anything ak. thaL and .he said 00, hut that .10<of tl1e iRUdems !lad hackpa<:ks in the cafeteria.
Ms Reynolds saidthat wl,i1. sbe _ on tl1e floorof the caf....... she 00Il1d see out the windowand saw one
of the gun men M, Reynold' oeserib<d the clothing as all bl"'k. with. bla<k 1lllIlIk. likea ski mask. wlIh
the eyescut OU1.. a black. ccat, biack combat boots, black pants Ms Reynolds said be was aJone.. but she
could hear automatic weapon fire coming from u.pstairs She said that shecould bear singie shotfiring
coming from the guy dressed in bl.ack. Shesaid it looked likehehad come from thedirection oftne bas.ettaIl
fi.ki and"tat it appeered that he was ran<lomly 'hoorillil M, Reynolds stated, "I saw him moo, someone,
outsideof the cafeteria" 1"ked bel' whate,he _ wh.. he shct ili. penon and she saidthat he was
at thetop of the stain outside. and that SDe was about 100feet away She said tbat she did no~ know who
the personwas the. he 'ltot She said that she didn't knew who tile_ dr essed 1n bl",. was

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north hail by the front en'"""", and ofli"'" Shesaidthat they did nor go nut the fron' door by the ofli"",
because itlooked 1iI<e e bomb had been thrown in by the front door and tborewas a lot ofbroken gless She
said that the went out the doors past theweights room and the foods room

Ms Reynold,";d that after she left the highschoot, sh. wentaround the soccerfield' and by Clement Park
She saidaround I 00 to I 3Opm, she saw a whitemale, with....y blonde IOlllJ hair, in a bull CUL w....mg
black pants, red suspmrlers and a white T shirt walking from the school. to the westacross thelake: She
said that he was by himself and that she<:Quid see that he waslaughing, She said that she didn't hear him
laughng and that m. didn't thinktha' he wem to schoolltl Columbine Sbe said that about 'he tiroe,hat ,he
saw thi'!JUJ' that she had seen Malt Loltr<nz, student and foorh4ll player, at the nbrary and that he migh.
h&ve seee him too M, Reynolds said that her mom pioked her up from the library arOlUld 2 00pm

JC-001· 004192
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Ms Reynold! said that last .......... me had linI bout clloir and that Broob Brown_ iD .... class She
said that sheov«!leord him(Brown) tdI two that"~ is gonna ~ on 04-20"

She said that 110 told liIis to ZI<:h aod Robbie Sllerp« or Sbaqlc<, _ .... bodIJUIlion .. CoI_ Ms
Reynolds said at tbo lime slle thoullbt !.boy w.... lllII<ing &boot drugs aod that slle thoullbt that wur lWemy
_ .......... fi:rr 1DIIrijwma. Ms. Reynolds said thatshe didn',_ anyone .... board tlIi$ ~on,

llUbd Ms Reynolds if slle had .!loI:i poc:k at sdIool. Silosaid that she did, it _ in the cal\:tlllia, ..... the
windows, aod described it .. doric ""'Y bluewitb• _like bottomcolllaillilog lbIdcn, ...._
preocription glass.es, and calcWlIlor Silosaid sllealso had. pouple CoIWIlilinoIlcbels wind br<ak<lr, by her
baclrpa<:k.

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PROGRESS REPORT
CHS lNClDE.'lTICONTROL 112854
REPORT BYlACKLYN GEE (ACSO)

On 05!O99, lllis Investigatorspoke to a subjectideolifiedas:

Reynolds. tori
DOe: 092383
5840S Rowland Ave.
Unleton, Co, 80128
Pb# 303-973·5117

Lori advised tile fotlowiag:

That Lori is a student at cas

That In December of 1998. Lori was in fu>t hour choir class with Brooks Brown and two ether
Subject!, identified <lilly as "Robbie" (possibly 50_<) iIOd "bel<" (possibly Heckler), wile. she
Overbeard Brooks tell "Robbie" and "Zack" that something big wasgoing to happen on April201i

That Lori could notrecall anything else that was saidin the aforementioned conversation and
Stared that sbe was l)Qt im:Juded in theconversation.

That Loci stated that she cn1y knew Brooks from bet choirclass anddid not socialize with him.
Other than casual conversanoe inclass

ThatLori _er advised that she knew Eric (Hatri,) ooly from seeing 1lim in the ball' (at CHS),
And did not associate with himat all.

That in roganls to Dylan(Klebold), Lori stated tIlet she knew who he was and saw him at the prom
With Robin ADdersoo. although she did nOt speak to himorassociate withhim.

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RIBBLE, J

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J have read the foregoing statM'tetlt and the facts contaii'u!d therein are true to rhe best of my knew/edge and iJeJitl'. I
do not maintain that it contains a1/ of the facts CF details of the IncIdent, but only these facts about which! hBV/J beM
asked,

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de not maintain trmt it CfJntBil'r$ aU of the facts or dtJt81~ of the int;idtmt but only thO$B facts about which I have btltm
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RepoMmi Agi:1'K: RepornrrgOffioar CJSe R€jx.m: '<;;j
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Richer.Jean R. dobd1-09·g0
5915 South Sycamore Street, #105
Littleton, Colorado 80120
{303}752~731g
Student- Columbine High School (Senior)

(Parental information)
Richer. lames. deb/unknown
same as above,' Work. 11505)828-1601

INVESTIGAnON:
On 05·2'7~99. between the hours of BOg and 1340,1had an opportunity to speak with Jean Richer in reference to the Columbine
High School incident that occurred on 04-20-99.

Jean Richer told me he arrived at Columbine High School on 04..20..99. at about 0730 hours, telling me he rides the RTD bus
every morning Jean proceededinto schooland entered school throughthe south doors. Rebel Corner, and into the commons
area at the cafeteria. He told me he does not have a first hour class. and as usual. be'H sit down in the cafeteria and talk with
mends. On that particular morning. he was in the cafeteria with his ex-girlfriend. Tiffany Spevak. and they sal in there for about
an hour

Jeanwas asked if'be observedanything out of the ordinary. possibly out in the Junioror Seniorparking lot. prier to him entering:
into thecommons area of the cafeteria. He told me he did observe Spevakout in the Senior parking lot. and that she: Y.'aS talking

with Nate Dykeman. but he had no additional information reference their conversation. [asked Jean that once he got into the
cafeteria at the school. if he observedrwolargedufflebagsor sports: bags. one being blue: in colorand the other an organish-red
in color.or if he observedanyone carry thoseinto the cafeteria and placethemon the floor. He told me did not observe thebags.
and that he did not see anyonebring the bags in. lean proceeded to t~U me at around 0820 hours, he went to his second hour
Government Economics class, and after being released from that class, he went to his third period Physics class taught by Mr.
Manuello, and that his fourth period class is Mathtaughtby Ms. McMullen. After beingreleased from his Math class. he told
me he proceeded down to the cafeteria area for his lunch period. He told me he arrived at about 1113 hours, at which time I
<bowed him a map of the cafeteria and asked him to tell me ifhe recalls where he sat. He told me he sat at table"AAA." and

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