You’ve had 48 hours to reflect on the ghastly shooting in Colorado at a movie theater. You’ve been bombarded with “facts” and opinions about James Holmes’s motives. You have probably expressed your opinion on why he did it. You are probably wrong.
Cullen was a reporter that reported on Columbine, and has in turn studied the event for the past decade and learned how he helped contribute to a detrimental myth-machine that has forever warped the way the public will think about the high school shooting in 1999, all in the name of “breaking news”.