The movie entitled “American Tragedy: Love is not Enough” is said to show “Klebold’s agony, from the nightmarish realization of what her son did, to her advocacy for mental health.”
“I don’t know how I could have shown him, any more than I did, that I loved him,” Klebold said in the film. “Knowing that you’re loved isn’t enough, and I didn’t have the tools to use, to try to help him.”
What tools didn’t you have? What tool makes you give a rat’s ass about the murderous plot your coward of a son was hiding from you?
Once again, Sue Klebold seems to make it all about her and to a lesser extent her demon spawn. Twenty years later and I have yet to hear so much as an admission of responsibility.
As always, I’ll leave you with this quote from Sue Klebold in 2004.
“I haven’t done anything for which I need forgiveness.”
Yes, you have and you still haven’t apologized for it.