Harris and Klebold linked their personal computers on a network and both played many games over the Internet.Harris created a set of levels for the game Doom, which later became known as the Harris levels.However, he was writing in his journal at the same time: "Why shouldn't we, the gods, have the right to break into a van that some motherfucker left in the middle of nowhere?!" Hitmen for Hire The two made a video for a school project that showed them pretending to shoot fake guns and "snuffing" students in the hallway of their school as Hitmen for Hire.At Columbine High, Harris and Klebold were active in school play productions, operated video productions and became computer assistants maintaining the school's computer server.
The FBIs file details the initial investigation and contains witness interviews between April 21, 1999 and May 5, 1999.
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They were so well-behaved that their probation officer discharged them from the program a few months earlier than the due date.
Of Harris, it was remarked that he was "a very bright individual who is likely to succeed in life", while Klebold was said to be intelligent, but "needs to understand that hard work is part of fulfilling a dream." In May 1998, Harris typed a letter of apology to the owner of the van, saying he was sorry he did it.