Columbine Tragedy

The Political Views of the Columbine High School Massacre
On April 20, 1999 a massacre at Columbine High School in Colorado occurred.High school boys, now known as the "trench coat mafia," brought guns onto the Columbine campus and fired away at their classmates. Many of the students were wounded, and thirteen of them lost their lives.
Of the thirteen was one girl who said "yes."Her name was Cassie Bernall. She said Yes,when her killer asked whether she believed in God.
Cassie was 17 as of April 20, 1999, and it ended up being her last living day.It was 11 am on that fateful day, when the trench coat mafia came into the library and started firing away at classmates.Cassie ducked for cover underneath a nearby table, but it wasn't much protection from the gunmen.
One of the mafia boys approached Cassie and dragged her out from underneath the table.He asked, "Do you believe in God?" and she said "yes."He then put a gun to this girl's head and shot her.By noon, the killer took Cassie's life simply because she believed in something he did not.
It is so unclear to me as to why someone would take away another person's freedom like Cassie's murderer did.She did nothing more than tell the truth, which seems to not have been good enough.
Had she said, "No, I don't believe there is God," it is debatable as to whether she'd be alive today.Still, as her mother writes in She Said Yes her little girl probably would be alive to share her part in the tragedy at Columbine High School.
Misty makes many very valid points as to why, even though her daughter is dead, she is proud of Cassie's answer.
Cassie has been struggling for many years to fit in both in high school and her elementary and junior high years.Although her parents were of the Christian faith, Cassie felt for a very long time as i

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