An analysis of the youth 'cult of violence'
By Kevin Vaughan
The Rocky Mountain News
BOULDER, Colo. - Eight years and eight months after they killed themselves to end their deadly attack on Columbine High School, the evil of Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold lives on.
Their words pepper electronic message boards, where their violent rants against society are posted and re-posted. Their faces and voices and videos litter cyberspace - a search on YouTube.com turned up dozens of clips of them. Someone even developed a video game based on their April 20, 1999, assault on Columbine, which left a dozen students and a teacher dead.
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