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Jon Lion May 11
My charcoal/pencil drawing comes with a heavy heart tonight Kendrick Castillo is a true hero...but it’s so unfair that he was put in this position. Our children should not have to do what he so bravely did Please retweet this, I want to paint this for his family
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lthibdon77 May 9
We need to honor this kid for sacrificing his life so others could live
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Dillon Thomas May 15
—HONORING A HERO— Hundreds of jeeps line the road in Highlands Ranch, ready to honor fallen-student Kendrick Castillo at his memorial service Castillo was killed last week during the . He was known for his love of robotics & Jeeps Friends say he died rushing gunman
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Bishop Talbert Swan May 9
America is so screwed up that CHILDREN have to sacrifice themselves to save the lives of classmates from murderers with guns because feckless politicians lack the moral character, intestinal fortitude, & human decency to put their lives ahead of dollars and votes.
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John Fenton May 15
Hundreds of Jeep enthusiasts join procession to escort Kendrick Castillo's casket to memorial service Full story:
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bbqcornnuts 🌊 May 23
This is a picture of the outside of the room my son was in. He was somewhat to the left. That wood is covering what used to be a door. It was shattered by gunshots. This school shooting was two weeks ago and the news coverage has stopped. 😡
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#NoRA May 11
What you may have missed this week: The armed security guard in the may have inadvertently fired at deputies AND shot a student. And he was a highly trained combat veteran. We MUST not arm teachers.
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Boba Tea Catan May 9
Only way I can keep my sanity when I think about these school shootings is remember what Fred Rogers said: "When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, "Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping"
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Noelle Phillips May 15
Douglas County District Court Judge Theresa Slade has denied bond for the 18-year-old suspect in the .
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Emily Allen FOX31 May 10
Let’s fill up these tubs! Parents are doing a donation drive today to give back to teachers and first responders who helped during the . Drop off gift cards, snacks, anything you can inside Northridge Rec Center (8800 S Broadway, Highlands Ranch) from 9 am to 8:30 pm
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CBSDenver May 9
"Someone entered the building with incredibly malicious intent, using their cowardice, surprise and superior weapons, and they lost. They completely and utterly lost to good people. And that is plain and simple." - Brendan Bialy
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Sam Brasch May 15
District Attorney George Brauchler now giving comments after the recent hearing. Brauchler does say the 16-year-old suspect will be charged as an adult. That said, defense is asking case be sent to juvinille court.
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Ellis Arnold May 15
Likely hundreds of Jeeps and other vehicles rode through Highlands Ranch to a local church for Kendrick Castillo's memorial service, bearing messages of support for Kendrick.
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F*ck the NRA May 9
Investigators are currently trying to determine whether the armed security guard at the shot a student & fired at Sherrif's deputies during the chaos. Reminder: the wants to arm teachers.
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Sam Tabachnik May 15
Line of Jeeps, hundreds of them, as far as the eye can see — a Jeep procession for one of the heroes who gave his life so others could keep theirs. He loved Jeeps, so the community responded
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DA Office of 18th May 9
Don't look to GoFundMe to help the family of victim Kendrick Castillo. An account has been set up at Wells Fargo Branch. Don't fall victim to a scam
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𝓜𝓸𝓭𝓮𝓵 - 𝓙.𝓛𝔂𝓷𝓷𝓮 May 9
A true moment of silence😔Let’s honor this young man KENDRICK CASTILLO &the hero he was as a part of the JEEP COMMUNITY❤️Let’s get him the recognition he TRULY deserves...May he Rest In Peace. Honor the Hero- Denver, Colorado
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Rebecca Wood May 9
Our children deserve better than turning their grieving and trauma into a political agenda.
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Libertarian Party of Colorado May 9
It's interesting how information about administrative negligence always comes out after a school shooting. (FL)
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🇺🇸M1A Patriot🇺🇸 May 17
I wonder why that the mainstream news media has totally dropped the ?
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