April 28, 1999 file photo shows a cross bearing the name and likeness of Dylan Klebold and a message "How can anyone forgive you?" on a hill in Littleton, Colo., near Columbine High School. (Eric Strachan/Denver Rocky Mountain News via AP, File)
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The mother of a teen involved in the deadliest high school shooting in U.S. history said she saw no signs of her son's mental distress ahead of the 1999 Columbine massacre.In her first TV interview since the killings, Sue Klebold apologized on behalf of her son Dylan.Klebold said it is "very hard to live with the fact that someone you loved and raised has brutally killed people in such a horrific way.Klebold said her son was a shy, likable kid who went to parties with friends and grew up in a loving two-parent household.There were no signs of Dylan's murderous tendencies, Klebold said.About a year and a half before the shooting Dylan hacked into the school computer system with friends, earning him a three-day suspension.
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