Columbine

So Who Said Yes?

Doubts about Columbine victim CASSIE BERNALL'S last words aren't dampening sales of her mother's book, an account of the 17-year-old's journey from a problem youth to model Christian. She Said Yes: The Unlikely Martyrdom of Cassie Bernall sold 300,000 copies in its first three weeks.

CHRIS ZIMMERMAN of Plough Publishing House and MISTY BERNALL went ahead with the book even though the Jefferson County sheriff's office and the mother of another victim advised them that DYLAN KLEBOLD or ERIC HARRIS may not have asked Cassie if she believed in God just before she was fatally shot last April 20. The question...

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