Monday, October 26, 2009

FROM MY LIBRARY (SHE SAID YES)


A story by Misty Bernall the mother of Casey Bernall, one of the victim in Columbine high school shooting. It reveal how Misty was shot in the library (shot direct to the head) and how Misty heard it first in her office while having lunch.

It also reveals how Misty and her family deal with Casey problem while she friended a girl named Mona before the incident. Mona did influenced Casey to hate her parents. They manage to get police order so that Mona will stay away from Casey. Casey even wrote an essay saying she hate her family and god. Because of this they decided to transfer her to Columbine from Beaver High.

They also receive a letter from the parent of the Columbine Killer apologizing and do not understand of their son behaviour.

4 comments:

Mohd Rizal Ibrahim Mohd Sultan said...

to dwell deeper into that fateful day by looking at it from a 10k ft view - go watch Micheal Moore documentary on the incident 'bowling at columbine'. its an Americana issue, their 2nd amendment - the right the bear arms which includes auto assault rifles.

--iffil-- said...

Atas inspirasi hang.. aku pun buat book review.

JALAN REBUNG said...

jai,

michael moore is very transparent yet what he reveals is totally correct ...kena ada few like him kat malaysia la ...

JALAN REBUNG said...

iffil,

barder ...baguih la ..at least aku leh tumpang baca summary hang ...tapi book xcess tu baguih la ..aku compare pricing dia ngan border ..mak aiii ..70% tu ...