And now back to our regularly scheduled insanity…
The court battle continues to make videotapes, audiotapes, and writings by Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris public. Of course, the parents of Harris and Klebold are fighting to keep these things from being released…
Wayne and Katherine Harris and Thomas and Susan Klebold argue the items are privately owned and not subject to the Colorado Criminal Justice Records Act, under which a judge can consider whether to release certain documents.
“We don’t think that the government should be able to turn a citizen’s personal writings or videotapes into a public record and be able to hand it out to the media just because they seized it under a search warrant,” said Gregg Kay, a lawyer for the Klebolds.
It stopped being private property once your kids decided to kill 13 people, then it became evidence.
Jefferson County Sheriffs also are fighting to keep these sealed. I wonder what they are hiding.
Colorado’s Supreme Court will begin hearing arguments on September 13th.