A Mother's Reckoning - Chapter 17 Summary & Analysis

Sue Klebold
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In 2003 the date was set for the Klebold’s depositions that involved Tom and Sue sitting face to face with the grieving parents of the children Dylan and Eric had murdered. Sue was sure that she and Tom would be held responsible as they were already widely blamed. Even though it was the decision of the committee to appraise the Klebold’s competence as parents, Sue already felt as if she had failed Dylan and wished she had done many things differently.

The pressure of the depositions grew and prompted Sue and Tom to discuss the afterlife. Sue continued to worry for her son, even in death, as she was terrified that his spirit would not be allowed to rest in peace because of his crimes. The fear and anxiety surrounding the entirety of the situation causes Sue to have a panic attack and...

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