A Texas man is peddling a card game based on the Columbine shootings. In the game, players act the part of killers Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold to exact quote, divine retribution on their classmates and teachers.
Andy Richey of Arlington maintains he's not trying to get rich off the game, which he's selling for $20.
Richey says he wants to use the money from sales of the game called, "Columbine, the Massacre'' to buy a kidney for someone who needs a transplant.
Brian Rohrbough's son Dan was murdered at Columbine and he's bothered by the game. He says it's callous to think of a game depicting the murder of innocent high school students as a form of entertainment.
Harris and Klebold murdered a dozen students and a teacher and wounded more than 20 others at Columbine on April 20, 1999. The two then killed themselves in the school library.
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