TRUE DEMOCRACY SPRING 2001 TABLE OF CONTENTS
Autopsy Proves Columbine Victim Slain by Law Enforcement
Jefferson County District Judge Brooke Jackson on Tuesday ordered the
release of autopsy information on slain Columbine High School student Dan
Rohrbough, whose parents say was killed by police or other law enforcement
agents, after the slaughter had begun at the school.
But Jackson agreed to only release summaries of the autopsy reports for
some victims and Dylan Klebold. The summaries would include information such
as the type of gun used and the part of the body that was injured. Jackson
for "some reason" refused to release the autopsies in full.
The reports for slain student Isaiah Shoels and gunman Eric Harris were
Tuesday's ruling involved Daniel Rohrbough, 15, who was killed outside
Columbine High School on April 20, 1999.
Daniel's father Brian has alleged his son was killed by law enforcement
during the melee, and that Daniel's autopsy supports this assessment.
Rohrbough said, "I think it is important for people to understand Daniel
was running from the gunmen who were on the hill behind him, and he was shot
and killed from the front. The fatal bullet could not have come from
Klebold and Harris. It had to come from law enforcement, at the bottom of
We'll say it's incredibly important that the public realizes there is proof
Dan Rohrbough was not killed by either Dylan Klebold or Eric Harris; and
that many of the other victims were not killed by Klebold or Harris
Indeed, this crucial information once again calls into serious question
information the people have been inundated with from the first day about the
horrendous slaughter at Columbine High School.
Thankfully, Judge Jackson wrote in his decision: "There is a public interest
in knowing whether Daniel was killed by 'friendly fire,' as contended by
Yet naturally, there's a stymying problem in the works here already!
Jefferson County Coroner Nancy Bodelson -- apparently working to assist in
maintaining the massive cover-up about the Columbine massacre,
as Bush Interior Secretary Gale Norton did previously -- said she
plans to "consult" office attorneys and inform the families, before she
actually releases the report.