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Columbine's chilling legacy: America's insane plan to stop school shooters

New Zealand Herald Saturday, 20 April 2019
Columbine's chilling legacy: America's insane plan to stop school shootersWhen Blu Gilliand's nine-year-old twin daughters came home from school three years ago and told him they had learned how to defend themselves against a school shooter that day, he was shocked."They learned to identify parts of the...
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