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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Wendi Reynolds
Stacey Buckley of Bournemouth, England, decided last year that she had to be in Los Angeles for the premiere of the final "Twilight" film.
"It's two people in love and it's just so awesome," she said. "She just loves him for who he is. Even though he thinks he has a handicap or a flaw, but that's what she loves about him."
Reynolds said she made fast friends with her tent neighbors and notes that "Twilight" fans aren't "just a bunch of screaming teenagers."