Time: Columbine Shooter
Spoke Of Killing 250

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Five home videos made by teenage killers Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris shortly before the Columbine High School massacre reveal their fury and desire for infamy after death, Time magazine said on Sunday.
``I hope we kill 250 of you,'' Klebold, 17, says on one of the unreleased tapes that Time said it reviewed as part of a forthcoming report on the April 20 shooting in Littleton, Colo., in which 15 people including Klebold and Harris died.
``If you could see all the anger I've stored over the past four (expletive) years,'' Klebold says on another tape in which he blames his extended family.
``You made me what I am,'' he says. ``You added to my rage.''
Time said Harris, 18, vows the two would ``kick-start a revolution'' of the dispossessed and haunt the survivors by creating ``flashbacks from what we do and drive them insane.''
At one point Harris picks up a shotgun and says: ``Isn't it fun to get the respect that we're going to deserve?''
Time said the two speak about their desire to stage an assault that would become the basis of a Hollywood blockbuster directed by the likes of Steven Spielberg or Quentin Tarantino.
``Directors will be fighting over this story,'' Klebold says on a video.
Time said the killers expressed some sympathy for their parents but no one else.
``It (expletive) sucks to do this to them,'' Harris says. ''There's nothing you guys could have done to prevent this.''
The two describe the difficulty of concealing their actions from their parents.
One time, Harris says his mother spied a gun handle sticking out of his gym bag but expressed no concern because she thought it was his BB gun.
As for school officials, ``I could convince them that I'm going to climb Mount Everest, or that I have a twin brother growing out of my back,'' Harris says. ``I can make you believe anything.''
Time said that the attack failed to unfold as planned despite their elaborate preparations for what they called ''Judgement Day.'' Three sets of bombs failed to go off prior to the start of the 11:17 a.m. shooting spree, and after a few minutes the two walked toward the school and opened fire at random.
Time added that Klebold, described as a less dominant personality than Harris, fired as many rounds and killed about as many people as Harris.


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