These tiles were made by Brian Rohrbough, father of Columbine massacre victim Daniel Rohrbough.
DENVER ‚ÄĒ Brian Rohrbough, whose son Danny was killed in the Columbine High School massacre, said school officials have no business telling him what he can say in two 4-inch tiles that are part of a victims' memorial.
But the U.S. Supreme Court is allowing just such censorship, he argued.
The high court Monday declined, without comment, to hear an appeal of a ruling that keeps families from having tiles that make reference to God from being placed with 4,000 others along the school's corridors above the 6-foot-high lockers.
"If you asked me to create a memory of my son, it is always going to include a reference to God because it is a core value," said Rohrbough. He said the tile was not meant to proselytize and only someone standing very close would be able to see what is on the individual tiles.