A Mother's Reckoning - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Sue Klebold
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Chapter 10 begins with an excerpt from Sue’s journal from October 1999 that reads, “Right now all I want to do is die. Tom keeps saying he wishes he had never been born. Dylan was so loved, but he didn’t feel loved. I don’t think he loved anyone or anything. How did it happen? I didn’t know the boy I saw [on those tapes] today. My relationship with Dylan in my head and heart has changed” (125). In October, the sheriff’s department agreed to share the evidence they had collected with the Klebolds, including video evidence.

On October 8th, the Klebold’s went to the sheriff’s department and met the lead investigator, Kate Battan and another investigator, Randy West. The material they were shown was graphic to the point whre Sue was unsure whether or not to include a description within...

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