A 1995 mall shooting spree, in which two teenagers killed and wounded several people before committing suicide, is reopened when it is found that there may be a third person involved.

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Tina '95 / '06
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Cameron Coulter '95
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Neal '95
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Davie '95
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Dayton '06
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Mr. Coulter '95 / '06
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Davie '06
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Barry Lewis '95 / '06
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In 1995, two high school teens opened fire in the middle of a mall, killing 15 people and injuring several before committing suicide. In the present, when the ventilation system was renovated, a video camera was found with a recording of the shooters inside, suggesting that there may have been a third person involved. Written by J. Rieper

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24 September 2006 (USA)  »

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15 people were murdered on September 23, 1995. See more »

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One of the shooters is wearing a t-shirt from the clothing brand Affliction, a company formed in 2005. The plot is set in 1995. See more »

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Cameron Coulter: [recording two girls with a camera] oh yo what's up mama cita's?
Neal: oh swing.
Cameron Coulter: [laughing taking the camera from Neal] Stop being a reject, give me that.
Cameron Coulter: [recording himself] You're about to enter another dimension.
Cameron Coulter: [Recording himself] This dimension not only sight and sound.
Neal: [putting his arm around Cameron] with tweakers, preps, horny housewives, and morons galore.
Cameron Coulter: [Recording himself] It is the ninth circle of hell, the sweating armpits of suburbia, you've just crossed over into,
[both reciting]
Cameron Coulter: the mall.
Cameron Coulter: [...]
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Spoofs The Twilight Zone (1959) See more »

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What if God Was One of Us
Performed by Joan Osborne
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A deplorable episode (Rampage)
1 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Totally overstepped the line of entertainment. The premise of a "Cold Case" is fantastic. The theme is new and unused. Now they use a person's fear and concern to exploit it, cheaply for amusement. When a show reaches its life span, they start to use sensationalism, example: mass killings and bloodshed. Showing young people shooting up a mall. Now we've been used, in a political issue, against some gun, a "Tec-9". "Copy-cat" risk is not their concern. Writers' responsibility should be for there actions. Taking a good Hispanic character, Daniel Pino, who's tremendous, then Meredith Stiehm and Gina Gionfriddo choose to turn the Dect.into, a drunken, police brutality ass. That beats on people, in the name of the law when they commit crimes, "he doesn't like". Now the audacity, of such a character to state, "decent families don't own a certain gun" is impossible. How could he or the writers know what's decent. It's no longer "who did what" but pure Hollywood politics. I personally hate prejudice and we're being used.


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