I watched this documentary w/ Sue Klebold.... For those who don't know who she is, she is/was the mother, of one of the two Columbine gunmen (Dylan Klebold).
One of my long time friends, was a student at Columbine, and wrote a book about errrthing, its called NO EASY ANSWERS... The book, as the title suggests, is that there are no easy answers as to why Columbine happened.
I was interested in watching this documentary to hear Dylans mom's take on everything.
The whole tragedy is so sad, but her situation is one that is pretty hard to grasp. To have your child who you love with every ounce of your heart, commits a horrible horrible crime.
She said things like, that when the news broke, that she prayed that her son would die. That she didn't want to have to deal having him locked up after what he had done, and to have to some how keep loving this person who committed this crime.
It's so nuts to imagine what went through her mind and her heart. and to deal with the grieving process of your own child at the same time.
She received tons of hate mail after Columbine, blaming her, etc etc etc
She talks about all the misrepresentation in the media about the WHYS, and the mislabeling (trench coat mafia, goth, blahblahblah, music etc)
Again, you don't get any solid answers from this either. It mainly shifts over to mental health and how America deals with mental health