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Post by raine1953 on Fri Jul 20, 2012 4:24 am

Hospital: At least 20 shot at Colorado movie theater

Police in Aurora, Colorado, say they've responded to an early Friday shooting at an Aurora movie theater. A hospital says it's received 20 patients relating to the shooting.

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Post by raine1953 on Fri Jul 20, 2012 4:28 am

AURORA, Co - KUSA-TV reports at least 10 people are dead and 39 injured after a mass shooting at a movie theatre near Denver.

It happened during a midnight showing of the Batman movie "The Dark Knight Rises."

KUSA reports one person is in custody. Witnesses said the gunman was wearing a gas mask during the attack.
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Post by raine1953 on Fri Jul 20, 2012 4:34 am

A shooting at a movie theater near Denver has left at least 20 people injured, 9News.com reported.

The incident, which took place at the Century 16 movie theater in Aurora, Colo., is still under investigation, police said. More than 250 officers have reportedly been dispatched to the scene.

According to KMGH Denver, a person went into the theater, set off a smoke grenade and then opened fire.

Witnesses told local radio station KOA that a masked gunman launched the attack during a showing of the new Batman film "The Dark Knight Rises." KOA is also reporting that at least 10 people have died, but that information has not been confirmed by authorities.

Police spokeswoman Cassidee Carlson told AP "the scene is still very active and we have little information for release at this time."

At least one suspect is in custody, NBC News reported. It is unknown if other suspects were involved.

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Post by raine1953 on Fri Jul 20, 2012 4:40 am

I can't find much on this to post that's as up to date as to what I'm hearing on the TV. There's 14 confirmed dead and 50 injured. It doesn't appear to be terror related but this guy set off some type of canister in the theatre and then he started shooting, he was arrested and said he had explosives in his home in Auroa, the neighborhood was being evacuated at that location.

I heard there's 250 police officers on the scene and 100 FBI agents. Hopefully I can find links to everything I just said above.
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Posted: Jul 20, 2012 4:51 AM EDT Updated: Jul 20, 2012 5:33 AM EDT

RNN) - A gunman stood up during a midnight premiere of the new Batman movie, "Batman, The Dark Knight Rises" and opened fire at the Century 16 Theater in Aurora, CO, a Denver suburb.

Aurora Police Chief Dan Oats said there are 14 dead, 50 have been injured and 39 people have been transported to area hospitals. Four victims have been admitted to the hospital. Most of the victims were children.

According to officials speaking with KDVR, the incident occurred in two separate theaters. One suspect in each theater began shooting shortly after the movie began.

One report described the shooter opening fire as Batman appeared on the screen for the first time. Oats said witnesses said the gunman stood up, tossed a canister of some type, there was a hissing noise and then smoke filled the theater, possibly tear gas.

The suspect is described as a man wearing body armor and a gas mask.

Police have apprehended the suspects and are searching his apartment after he told officials he had explosives in it.

An explosive device was found in a theater, and there are two reports that explosives were found in the parking lot.

Witnesses in the theater were reportedly bussed away from the scene to be interviewed by police at a local high school. One eye witness said they thought it was part of the movie.

Police are calling it "a mass tactical incident."

Nicole Williams, a spokeswoman for the Swedish Medical Center, said on CNN that the hospital has received three victims; an 18-year-old male, a 29-year-old male and a 20-year-old female. The 18-year-old male has been treated and released, but the other two are in critical condition and have been taken into the operating room.

Williams said that the hospital is a Level 1 trauma center and because of their proximity to the shooting they are receiving patients. She also said that other hospitals are reporting walk-in patients, meaning those victims drove themselves to the hospital.
Aurora is about 20 miles from Columbine, CO, where in 1999 Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold opened fire in Columbine High School and killed 12 students and one teacher. Twenty-one others were injured.




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AURORA, Colo. - At least 14 people are dead after a shooting at a Colorado movie theater, according to the Denver Post and KUSA-TV.

There were at least 50 people injured at the Century 16 Movie Theaters at the Aurora Town Center according to Aurora Police Chief Dan Oates, KUSA-TV reported.

The theater was full of people watching the midnight showing of "The Dark Knight Rises," according to KMGH-TV.

Nicole Williams, with Swedish Medical Center, told the station the hospital was told to prepare for up to 20 more patients. CNN reported that some police officers loaded wounded into their cruisers and drove them to hospitals.

According to witnesses, a gunman kicked in the emergency exit door to the theater, threw some sort of disorienting smoke bomb and started shooting. KMGH-TV said a mortician told the station the bomb also had shrapnel attached to it.

Some of the bullets passed through a wall into an adjacent theater, witnesses said.

KMGH-TV reported that more than 250 police officers had responded to the scene.

One person was reported to be in custody.
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by raine1953 Friday, July 20, 2012 at 5:50
According to witnesses, a gunman kicked in the emergency exit door to the theater, threw some sort of disorienting smoke bomb and started shooting. KMGH-TV said a mortician told the station the bomb also had shrapnel attached to it.

Some of the bullets passed through a wall into an adjacent theater, witnesses said.

Wow, maybe there was only one shooter. They keep saying on the Fox 19 news station that they was one in each theater. And to have shrapnel attached to the bomb. Wonder what this crazy person was thinking when he decided to do this?

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Post by raine1953 on Fri Jul 20, 2012 5:09 am

He's a nut job at the least! OMG I feel so damn sorry for those people! One witness said that she saw a baby shot, can't find a link for that yet.
Maybe there was just one if the bullets went thru' the walls to the second theater.
I wonder what' going on at his apartment building and what if any explosives they are finding.
This is just horrible.................
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Post by Praying For Faith on Fri Jul 20, 2012 5:28 am

Now Fox19 is reporting that there was only one suspect. Wish the media would get things right the first time. I think that they said that he was apprehended outside the theater and has things in his care. The report has not been updated yet.

I heard earlier about a baby being shot and carried out of the theater.

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Posted: Jul 20, 2012 4:51 AM EDT Updated: Jul 20, 2012 6:18 AM EDT

(RNN) - A gunman stood up during a midnight premiere of the new Batman movie, "Batman, The Dark Knight Rises" and opened fire at the Century 16 Theater at the Aurora Town Center in Aurora, CO, a Denver suburb.

Aurora Police Chief Dan Oats said there are 14 dead, 50 have been injured and 39 people have been transported to area hospitals. Four victims have been admitted to the hospital. Most of the victims were children.

According to officials speaking with KDVR, the incident occurred in two separate theaters.

Police first received reports of the shooting at 12:39 a.m. MST.

One report described the shooter opening fire as Batman appeared on the screen for the first time. Oats said witnesses said the gunman stood up, tossed a canister of some type, there was a hissing noise and then smoke filled the theater, possibly tear gas.

The suspect is described as a man, possibly in his early 20s, wearing body armor and a gas mask. He reportedly had both a long gun and a handgun as well.

Aurora Police Public Information Officer Frank Fania said there is no motive known at this time and officials are unaware of how he gained entrance to the theater.

"It's not known if he came from behind the screen or through a backdoor, but that he just appeared," said Fania.

Police took him into custody behind the theater where his car was parked, which was not a part of the parking lot. The police station is located two to three blocks from the theater. CNN reports that the shooter's car has Tennessee license plates.

Fania said police were grabbing victims and transporting them to the hospital in their police vehicles.

A witness told KUSA that he heard anywhere from 10 to 20 shots, then some small explosions and screaming. He said the public announcement system came on instructing everyone to get out of the theater and the fire alarm was pulled.

Police have apprehended the suspect and are searching his apartment after he told officials he had explosives in it. The apartment building has been evacuated.

An explosive device was found in a theater, and there are two reports that explosives were found in the parking lot.

Witnesses in the theater were reportedly bussed away from the scene to be interviewed by police at a local high school. One eye witness said they thought it was part of the movie.

Another witness at an area hospital told CNN that she saw an infant come into the emergency room with bullet wounds.

Police are calling it "a mass tactical incident." Officials have set up two command posts in the area: one at a Dillard's department store and the other at Gateway High School.

Nicole Williams, a spokeswoman for the Swedish Medical Center, said on CNN that the hospital has received three victims; an 18-year-old male, a 29-year-old male and a 20-year-old female. The 18-year-old male has been treated and released, but the other two are in critical condition and have been taken into the operating room.

Williams said that the hospital is a Level 1 trauma center and because of their proximity to the shooting they are receiving patients. She also said that other hospitals are reporting walk-in patients, meaning those victims drove themselves to the hospital.
Aurora is about 20 miles from Columbine, CO, where in 1999 Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold opened fire in Columbine High School and killed 12 students and one teacher. Twenty-one others were injured.

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The suspect apprehended in the mass shooting at a suburban Denver movie theater has been identified as James Holmes, 24, law enforcement sources told CBS News correspondent Bob Orr.

Twelve people died in the shooting at a showing of the new Batman film "The Dark Knight Rises" in Aurora, Colo., early Friday morning. A law enforcement source told Orr the shooting appears to have been carried out by a lone gunman.

There was also no immediate word of any motive. Federal law enforcement officials are being briefed on the attack, but at this point there is no indication it is terrorism-related, CBS News senior correspondent John Miller reports.

A law enforcement source told Orr that Holmes' residence was "booby-trapped," and that police saw what looked like "buckets of extra ammunition" and some kind of chemical inside his home.

The suspect spoke of "possible explosives in his residence. We are dealing with that potential threat," Aurora Police Chief Dan Oates told reporters at a news conference.

Police were at the Denver-area apartment and had evacuated other residents of the building. Oates did not say whether any explosives had been found. He said police also checked for explosives in the parking lot and theater and had secured those areas.

Police recovered four guns at the theater, including two pistols, a shotgun and what is believed to be an assault rifle, Orr reports. Authorities also recovered a gas mask.

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Post by Guest on Fri Jul 20, 2012 8:46 am

WTH was a baby doing at that movie anyway? This is a real life nightmare.
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The Colorado gunman carried two pistols, a rifle and a shotgun into the midnight showing of "The Dark Knight Rises." NBC News' Pete Williams reports.
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Updated at 2:22 p.m. ET: A black-clad gunman shot 71 people at a midnight showing of "The Dark Knight Rises" near Denver on Friday, killing 12 of them, in what the governor of Colorado called "the act of an apparently very deranged mind."

Many of the 59 people who were injured were critically wounded, police said.

The apartment of the suspect, identified as James Eagan Holmes, 24, had been booby-trapped with "incendiary devices" linked by wires, Aurora Police Chief Dan Oates said.

"It's like nothing I've ever seen before," said Oates, who said the area was evacuated and that police were expected to remain on the scene "for hours or days."

Holmes, a graduate student from San Diego who was in the process of withdrawing from the neuroscience program at University of Colorado-Denver medical school, put up no resistance when he was arrested in a parking lot at the theater, police said.

"We are confident he acted alone," Oates said of Holmes, who was scheduled to appear in court Monday to face unspecified charges. Authorities refused to speculate on his possible motive.

The victims, who were being treated in six hospitals, included a 6-year-old. A 4-month-old baby also was treated and released. The oldest reported patient is 45.

One of those killed was Jessica Ghawi, a sportswriter who survived a June 2 mass shooting at a mall in Toronto in which two people were killed and seven others were injured. Ghawi blogged under the name Jessica Redfield.

Buckley Air Force Base is in Aurora, and defense officials told NBC News that two Air Force reservists and two Navy service members were among those shot. Their identities and conditions weren't available, but defense officials said none was killed.

Witnesses describe what they saw at the theater in Aurora, Colo.
Authorities said the gunman appeared at the front of the theater at 12:39 a.m., about 20 minutes into the film, and released a canister of tear gas. Witnesses told reporters that the gunfire erupted during a shootout scene.
"It was mass chaos," witness Jennifer Seeger told TODAY. The gunman shot the ceiling and then "he threw in the gas can, and then I knew it was real."

"I told my friend, 'We've got to get out of here,' but then he shot people trying to go out the exits," Seeger said. She said the shooter made his way up the aisle, shooting as he went, saying nothing.

The shooting occurred in the Century 16 Movie Theaters at Aurora Town Center. Aurora is a suburb less than 10 miles east of downtown Denver.

NBC station KUSA of Denver cited a witness as seeing a black-clad, 6-foot-tall man wearing a riot helmet, goggles and a bulletproof vest. Witnesses said the gunman entered the theater through an emergency exit door.
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The suspect was found in possession of a gas mask, Oates said. Ammunition was found in the suspect's car, police said. Initial reports the car had Tennessee plates turned out to be wrong.

Former FBI profiler Clint Van Zandt tells Daily Rundown's Chuck Todd "this was a pre-planned event."

Oates said the gunman had four weapons: two 40-caliber Glock handguns, a Remington 870 single-barrel shotgun and a Smith and Wesson AR-15 assault-style rifle. Three of the weapons were found in the suspect's white Hyundai parked at the back entrance to the theater; one of the handguns was found in the theater.

Oates didn't say what kind of magazines were used, but "many, many rounds were fired." Some rounds penetrated an adjoining theater and injured at least one person, he said.

Police name alleged gunman in Colorado theater shooting
James Yacone, the FBI's agent in charge in Denver, said there was no early indication of a link to terrorism. Holmes wasn't on any federal law enforcement watch lists, authorities told NBC News, and Oates said he had no police record beyond a speeding ticket last year.

In his apartment rental application early last year, Holmes described himself as a "quiet and easy-going" student.
A pharmacy student who lives in the building, which is reserved for students, faculty and staff of the medical campus, described him as a recluse.

"No one knew him. No one," the man, who asked to be identified only as "Ben," told The Denver Post.

The University of California-Riverside confirmed that a man named James Holmes graduated from the university with a degree in neuroscience in 2010. His last known address was in San Diego, it said.

The Poway United School District told NBC News that Holmes attended Westview High School, graduating in 2006.
'Pain and grief ... too intense for words'

Gov. John Hickenlooper said at a news conference that "our hearts are broken as we think of the friends and family of the victims of this senseless tragedy." He called the shootings "the act of an apparently very deranged mind."

"The pain and grief (are) too intense for words, but we can't let it keep us from our lives," Hickenlooper said. "We are going to come back stronger from this but it is obviously going to be a very long process."

President Barack Obama cut short a campaign visit to Florida to return to Washington ahead of schedule.

He called for reflection after the attack. "There are going to be other days for politics," Obama said during an abbreviated appearance in Fort Myers, where he led a moment of silence on behalf of the victims and their families.

At a campaign appearance in Bow, N.H., Republican presidential challenger Mitt Romney said: "Today is to remember and reach out and remember our blessings in life. Each of us will hold family close and spend a little less time thinking about worries of day and helping those in need of compassion."

'Get us some damn gas masks'
Police raiding the theater in the hunt for the suspect had to ask for gas masks.

"Get us some damn gas masks for theater 9. We can't get in it," one officer radioed back to emergency dispatch during the operation, according to an excerpt aired on KUSA.

Moviegoers described scenes of chaos and terror inside the movie theater.
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Tanner Coon, 17, describes seeing flashes of gunfire, which he thought were fireworks, amid the chaos of trying to escape the shooting as he was "trying to calm" his friend's 12-year-old brother.

Tanner Coon, who was in the theater with a friend and the friend's 12-year-old brother when the shooter came in, said he told them to "get down" when he heard the gunshots.

The shooter fired off about 20 rounds and there was then a pause and a "period of quietness when everybody started running out," Coon said.

"I slipped on some blood and landed on a lady. I shook her and said, 'We need to go.' There was no response, so I presume she was dead," Coon said.

At least three people had been treated for chemical exposure, KUSA reported.

Friday's incident was the worst mass shooting in the U.S. since the 2007 shooting on the campus of Virginia Tech University in Blacksburg, Va., in which 33 people died, including the gunman.

It was the deadliest mass shooting in Colorado since the Columbine High School massacre on April 20, 1999, in the Denver suburb of Littleton, just 15 miles west of Aurora. Twelve pupils and a teacher were killed and 26 other people were wounded before the two gunmen killed themselves in the school's library.

Paris premiere canceled
Reviews of "The Dark Knight Rises," the third installment of the Batman franchise, have noted its dark, anxiety-fueled themes, which reminded some of the atmosphere in the days after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. It had been one of the most eagerly awaited films of the year, and theaters around the world began showing it at 12:01 a.m. Friday.

Warner Bros. canceled the Paris premiere of the film, which was scheduled for Friday evening.

"Warner Bros. and the filmmakers are deeply saddened to learn about this shocking incident. We extend our sincere sympathies to the families and loved ones of the victims at this tragic time," the studio said in a statement.

Tune in Friday night to NBC News to watch a "Dateline NBC" special on the shootings in Colorado. Ann Curry will report live from Aurora at 9 p.m. ET.

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UPDATE 1:30 p.m. -- The Poway Unified School District has issued a statement, confirming reports that James Holmes was a graduate of Westview High School, Class of 2006.

"On behalf of the Poway Unified School District, Superintendent [John] Collins joins the rest of the nation in offering our deepest condolences to the victims and their families," the statement read.

UPDATE 1:00 p.m. -- According to University of Colorado Hospital spokeswoman Jacque Montgomery, James Holmes was studying neuroscience in a Ph.D. program at the University of Colorado-Denver graduate school. Montgomery said Holmes enrolled in the neuroscience program in 2011 and was in the process of withdrawing. She said she did not know why he had decided to withdraw.

UPDATE 11:30 a.m. -- More details are emerging about James Holmes, the suspected shooter in Thursday night's movie theater massacre in Colorado.

Lt. Andra Brown of the San Diego Police Department briefed reporters outside James Holmes' mother's home Friday. Brown confirmed Holmes attended high school in San Diego before going to Colorado to pursue additional studies. Brown would not name either school.

San Diego media outlets have reported Holmes attended high school at Westview in Carmel Valley and graduated in 2006.

Brown said Holmes' mother was in her house, but that his father has been "escorted from the home." She did not elaborate further.

"The police department is just here to preserve the peace and to make sure the privacy of the family is still respected," said Brown. "That's the only reason why the San Diego police department is here."

Brown also provided a statement to reporters from the family.

"Our hearts go out to those who were involved in this tragedy," the statement read. "We ask that the media respect our privacy at this difficult time ... We are still trying to process this info and appreciate that people respect our privacy."

Margie Aguilar, who has lived for 10 years on the same San Diego block as Holmes' family briefly spoke to HuffPost

"I feel heartbroken," she said, adding that her children went to high school with the suspected shooter. "They're [the Holmes family] victims in this, too. I want to respect their privacy.

"Everybody is in shock and devastated."

Police are still trying to clear the suspect's Aurora apartment. According to police, explosives found inside the unit are "very sophisticated" and could take some time to disarm.

The U.S. Army, in response to speculation that Holmes had served in the military, issued a statement that said they found "no evidence" he had served in the Army."

EARLIER -- An initial portrait of James Holmes, the man allegedly responsible for the mass shooting spree in a Colorado movie theater, is slowly emerging.

According to the police, Holmes lives in an apartment in Aurora, approximately five miles from the Century 16 movie theater where he gunned down at least 12 people and wounded 38 others during a midnight screening of the new Batman movie, "The Dark Knight Rises."

Authorities at this hour are cautiously entering the apartment. The suspect, according to police, said he had explosives inside. The FBI has approximately 100 agents at the scene assisting with the investigation.

The FBI has revealed Holmes is a white male who is 6 feet, 3 inches tall and 24 years old, with a birth date of Dec. 13, 1987. Authorities have found no significant criminal record and no terrorist affiliations. Investigators suspect he acted alone.

A motive in the shooting is not yet known.

A San Diego, Calif., woman who identified herself as Holmes' mother told ABC News she had not yet been contacted by authorities. She said she was unaware of the shooting and expressed concern that her son may have been involved.

"You have the right person," she said, apparently speaking on instinct and not second-guessing her son would be involved. "I need to call the police ... I need to fly out to Colorado."

Holmes reportedly had Tennessee license plates on the vehicle he was driving at the time of the shooting, but a connection to that state remains unclear. He was arrested next to the vehicle, without incident, after the shooting spree ended. Police say he was wearing a bullet-resistant vest and gas mask at the time of the shooting and was armed with two long guns and a handgun.

As updates continue to trickle in, MSNBC reports that a survivor of the massacre in Colorado said she first thought the man dressed in black who entered through an exit door was part of the premier of the movie.

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WOW, you just never know. To look at that pic, he looks like the 'boy next door'. It's getting to the point where kids can't ride their bikes a few blocks away or even play in their front yards w/out watching them 24/7..no matter what their age. Now, you can't even go enjoy a movie w/your family. My heart goes out to the people in Aurora. cryingagain

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Per CNN HLN..... Holmes is being booked into the county jail as I type, but there is no word what or if he's been charged with anything.

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Post by Nama on Fri Jul 20, 2012 5:25 pm

The suspect in a shooting that killed or wounded 71 people in suburban Denver is reportedly not talking to investigators.

A law enforcement official briefed on the investigation told The Associated Press that 24-year-old James Holmes has asked for a lawyer.

The official spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the ongoing case.

The person also says police found jars of chemicals in Holmes' booby trapped Aurora apartment with wires nearby.

New York City's police commissioner says Holmes had painted his hair red and called himself the Joker - the villain from the Batman movies.

Aurora Police Chief Dan Oates would not confirm the information about suspected gunman James Holmes, but confirmed he had spoken to Kelly. The two used to work together in New York.

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A federal law enforcement official says the four weapons recovered in the deadly movie shootings were all purchased by the suspect from retail gun stores in Colorado in the last two months.

Photos: Mass shooting at Colo. movie theater

James Holmes bought one of the four guns -- the first of two Glock pistols -- on May 22 at Gander Mountain in Aurora, according to the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the probe into the shootings is ongoing.

The official also said that on May 28, Holmes purchased the shotgun used in the shootings from Bass Pro Shops in Denver, and that on June 7, Holmes bought the AR-15 assault rifle used in the attacks at a Gander Mountain store in Thornton, Colo.

On July 6, according to the official, Holmes returned to the Bass Pro Shops store in Denver and bought the other Glock pistol.

A second federal law enforcement official says Holmes had a high capacity ammunition clip in the assault rifle.

AP: Gunman's apartment booby-trapped

Police say the apartment of the suspect in a mass shooting at a Denver-area movie theater is booby trapped, so they've evacuated five surrounding buildings.

Aurora Police Chief Dan Oates says bomb technicians are determining how to disarm flammable or explosive material in the third-floor apartment. He says police could be there some time.

Oates says pictures from inside the apartment are fairly disturbing and the devices look to be sophisticated.

FBI agents and police used a hook and ladder fire truck and put a camera at the end of 12-foot pole inside the apartment where 24-year-old James Holmes lives.

The apartment is about four miles from the theater where at least 12 people were killed and 50 were wounded.

Aurora police: Officers on scene in 60-90 seconds

The police chief in the Denver suburb where a gunman shot 71 people says the suspect was arrested soon after officers arrived.

Aurora Police Chief Dan Oates says hundreds of calls came in starting at 12:39 a.m. MDT Friday and officers were on the scene within 60 to 90 seconds.

He says 24-year-old James Holmes was taken into custody at his white Hyundai parked in back of the theater.

Oates says eventually, 200 officers responded.

The chief says officers found an AR-15 assault rifle — the civilian form of the M-16 — a Remington 12-guage shotgun and a .40-caliber Glock handgun in the theater and another identical handgun in the car. Oates says the gunman set off two devices to distract the crowd that released a smoke or an irritant.

AP Source: Suspect bought ticket to movie

A U.S. official says the suspect in Friday's shootings inside a Colorado movie theater bought a ticket to the midnight showing of the latest Batman movie and went into the theater as part of the crowd.

A federal law enforcement official said suspect James Holmes is believed to have propped open an exit door in the theater as the movie was playing, donned protective ballistic gear and opened fire. The official spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss the ongoing investigation.

Police in Aurora, Colo., said Holmes fired at least 71 shots and killed at least 12 people. Police said he had an AR-15 assault rifle, a shotgun, and two .40-caliber Glock handguns. Holmes is also believed to have hurled a gas canister into the theater before opening fire.

AP Source: Suspect in Colo. shootings had 4 guns

The suspect in the deadly shootings in Colorado had an AR-15 assault rifle, a shotgun and two Glock pistols.

A federal law enforcement official says the suspect, identified by other federal law enforcement officials as James Holmes, also hurled a gas canister in the attack in a movie theater in the Denver suburb of Aurora, Colo. The official spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss the ongoing investigation.

Officials believe Holmes killed a dozen people when he open fired in the crowded theater. He was wearing a gas mask during the attack.

Investigators from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, along with other local, state and federal law enforcement officials, are investigating the overnight attack.

Colo. suspect in doctoral program, not med school

The suspect in a mass shooting at a Colorado movie theater was in a doctoral program but was not in medical school.

Spokeswoman Jacque Montgomery says 24-year-old James Holmes was studying neuroscience in a Ph.D. program at the University of Colorado-Denver graduate school. University officials earlier said he was a student at the university's medical school.

Montgomery says Holmes enrolled in the program in June 2011 and was in the process of withdrawing.

Authorities say Holmes fired into a crowded movie theater in the Denver suburb of Aurora while wearing a gas mask.

Holmes graduated from high school in the San Diego area. He's in police custody, and the FBI says there is no indication the attack is tied to any terrorist groups.

Calif. neighbor of Colo. suspect says he was shy

A man who lives next door to the California family of a man suspected of shooting dozens of people at a Colorado movie theater says he was a loner.

Tom Mai is a retired electrical engineer who is neighbors with the family of 24-year-old James Holmes on a quiet, well-to-do San Diego street of two story homes with red tile roofs.

Mai says he said hello to Holmes once in a while but seemed to be shy.

Mai says the family lived there about 10 years. The mother is a nurse and the father is a manager at a software company. The suspect has a younger sister.

Mai says the mother told him Holmes couldn't find a job after earning a master's degree from a public university in California.

Witness tried to keep door closed on Colo. gunman

One of the people fleeing a mass shooting at a midnight screening of "The Dark Knight Rises" at a Denver-area movie theater says he tried to shut the door on the suspected gunman.

Twenty-three-year-old Eric Hunter says he and his friends made their way to an exit door after seeing smoke and hearing shots during the movie.

When they opened the door, Hunter says they saw two teenage girls — one of whom had been shot in the mouth.

Hunter says he was about to close the door when he saw the shooter, dressed in a bullet-proof vest and a gas mask, approaching.

Hunter says he held the door closed and the gunman banged on it for about 10 seconds

Afraid that the shooter would start firing through the door, Hunter says he let it go and managed to get out of the theater.

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Post by Guest on Fri Jul 20, 2012 7:15 pm

That look out of his eyes is scary. He looks insane.

BTW did anyone catch this
Corbin Dates and Jennifer Seeger were sitting in the second row of the theater when Dates saw someone in the front row answer a phone call during the opening credits and walk to the emergency door in the front of the theater. So was a second person that helped him??? Later, a man dressed in black and wearing a gas mask and what looked like body armor entered through the same emergency exit. He lobbed two canisters, and almost instantly the theater filled with smoke.

Read more: 71 shot, 12 killed at Aurora movie theater during Batman premiere - The Denver Post http://www.denverpost.com/breakingnews/ci_21118201/unknown-number-people-shot-at-aurora-movie-theater#ixzz21DACvJzq
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BJ, I didn't catch that today but I just heard on 20/20 that the shooter was sitting in the front of the theatre and pretended to get a call on his cell phone, went out the exit, propped the door open and then came back in.
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By Jason Sickles, Yahoo! | The Lookout – 2 hrs 42 mins ago

AURORA, Colo. — The gunman who blasted his way through a packed movie house early on Friday, killing 12 people and injuring 58 others, had apparently been planning his attack for weeks.

"In the last 60 days he purchased four guns at local metro gun shops, and through the Internet he purchased over 6,000 rounds of ammunition," Aurora Police Chief Daniel Oates said Friday night.

The suspect, 24-year-old former medical student James Holmes, had also been stockpiling magazines to carry the gun ammunition. One clip recovered at the scene could hold 100 rounds for his assault rifle.

"As far as we know, it was a pretty rapid pace of fire in that theater," Chief Oates said.

Police are trying to learn more about the man's motives but have thus far been unable to access his booby-trapped apartment near the Colorado medical school where he recently withdrew from classes.

Investigators have described the apartment as being filled with chemicals, trip wires, jars of ammunition and possible mortar rounds.

"It is a very vexing problem how we'll get into that apartment safely," Chief Oates said. "I've personally never seen anything like what the pictures show us."

A law enforcement official familiar with the explosives left in the suspect's apartment described them as "pretty sophisticated" improvised explosive devices.

"These are not ordinary pipe bombs," said the investigator, who told Yahoo News on the condition his name would not be used. "No doubt it was meant to kill or maim any first responder that went into that apartment."

Officials said it could be Saturday or later before they get the suspect's home defused. If not, the investigator told Yahoo News, serious damage to the entire apartment building is a risk.

The thermal liquids left behind "could certainly heat up that room pretty quickly," he said. "We're not going to destroy a building."

Holmes is being held in the Arapahoe County Jail. Chief Oates said the man has an attorney, but refused to say if the alleged gunman is cooperating.

"I won't talk about his admissions," the police chief said. "The most important thing is that there is justice for these victims, and justice will occur in a courtroom."

Holmes is scheduled to make his first court appearance at 8:30 a.m. local time on Monday in Aurora.

Witnesses have given chilling descriptions of the scene at the movie theater.

"He was dressed in head-to-toe armor and looked like he meant business," said Jordan Crofter, who escaped the theater unharmed. "He just walked around like he was having fun. It was just target practice. His goal was to kill as many people as he could."

The number of casualties makes the incident one of the largest mass shootings in recent U.S. history.

What provoked the madness may not be clear anytime soon.

Holmes, a former college honors graduate who moved to Colorado to attend medical school, is not talking to investigators, a law enforcement official briefed on the investigation told The Associated Press.

The official spoke on condition of anonymity in discussing the ongoing case. Police also found jars of chemicals in Holmes' booby-trapped Aurora apartment with wires nearby.

"This is the act … of a very deranged mind," said Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper.

Aurora Police Chief Dan Oates said hundreds of calls came in starting at 12:39 a.m. MDT on Friday, and officers were on the scene within 60 to 90 seconds. Some 200 officers eventually responded.

It is believed that Holmes acted alone, and the FBI said there was no indication of ties to any terrorist groups.

While some witnesses said the gunman entered through a side-door emergency exit at the front of the theater, a federal law enforcement official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Holmes bought a ticket and went into the theater as part of the crowd.

The official said Holmes then apparently propped open an exit door in the theater as the movie was playing, donned the protective ballistic gear and opened fire, the AP reported.

Chief Oates said officers found an AR-15 assault rifle—the civilian form of the M-16—a Remington 12-guage shotgun and a .40-caliber Glock handgun in the theater and another identical handgun in the car. The gunman set off two devices that released a smoke or an irritant to distract the crowd.

"There were bullet (casings) just falling on my head. They were burning my forehead," said Jennifer Seeger, one of the first to spot Holmes as he stormed inside.

"I was just a deer in headlights. I didn't know what to do," she said. Then she ducked to the ground as the gunman shot people seated behind her.

She said she began crawling toward an exit when she saw a girl of about 14 "lying lifeless on the stairs." She saw a man with a bullet wound in his back and tried to check his pulse, but "I had to go. I was going to get shot."

"Every few seconds it was just: Boom, boom, boom," Seeger said. "He would reload and shoot and anyone who would try to leave would just get killed."

Some of the victims were treated for chemical exposure apparently related to canisters thrown by the gunman. Those hurt included a 4-month-old baby, who was treated at a hospital and released.

New York City's police commissioner said he was told the gunman had painted his hair red and called himself the Joker—Batman's nemesis—but Aurora police would not confirm that.

For a few moments, many moviegoers thought the initial commotion might have been a promotional stunt tied to the film's opening.

Quentin Caldwell said they were about 15 minutes into the film when he heard a very distinct "pop, pop, pop, pop."
"My wife jumped, and I just kind of sat there like, 'Oh, it was probably just really good special sound effects,'" he told CNN.

But Caldwell and his wife soon saw injured people and knew they needed to escape.

"There were people still sitting there waiting for the movie to continue," he said. "I looked at them like, 'This is real, there's something wrong, we need to leave now.'"

Those who knew Holmes as a youth describe him as a shy, intelligent person raised in California by parents who were active in their well-to-do suburban San Diego neighborhood. He played soccer at Westview High School and ran cross-country before going to college, the AP reported.

A University of Colorado-Denver spokeswoman said Holmes enrolled in a Ph.D. program in neuroscience a year ago but was in the process of withdrawing at the time of the shooting.

Police released a statement from Holmes' family: "Our hearts go out to those who were involved in this tragedy and to the families and friends of those involved."

It was the worst mass shooting in the U.S. since the Nov. 5, 2009, attack at Fort Hood, Texas. An Army psychiatrist is awaiting trial for killing 13 soldiers and civilians and wounding more than two dozen others.

In Colorado, it was the deadliest since the Columbine High School massacre on April 20, 1999, when two students opened fire in the Denver suburb of Littleton, killing 12 classmates and a teacher and wounding 26 others before killing themselves. Columbine High is about 12 miles from the theater.

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Post by Guest on Sat Jul 21, 2012 7:22 am

It is believed that Holmes acted alone, and the FBI said there was no indication of ties to any terrorist groups.

While some witnesses said the gunman entered through a side-door emergency exit at the front of the theater, a federal law enforcement official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Holmes bought a ticket and went into the theater as part of the crowd.

The official said Holmes then apparently propped open an exit door in the theater as the movie was playing, donned the protective ballistic gear and opened fire, the AP reported.

So he was able to stash all those guns and his attire. No one noticed that? I want to believe he acted alone.
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Post by Wrapitup on Sat Jul 21, 2012 10:50 am

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I am appalled by this statement issued by the mass murderer's parents and I am beginning to see that this psychopath likely grew up in an environment where his bad behavior and treatment of others was minimized, tolerated, and excused

"Our hearts go out to those who were involved in this tragedy and to the families and friends of those involved."

Excuse me, the victims weren't "involved" in this "tragedy." Your son was the only one "involved" and it merely wasn't a tragedy"; it was "mass murder" that your son is 100% responsible for it.

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Post by raine1953 on Sat Jul 21, 2012 3:26 pm

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- James Holmes, the suspected gunman in the Aurora, Colo. movie theater shooting, was a counselor at Camp Max Straus in Glendale, the camp confirmed to Eyewitness News Saturday.
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Post by Nama on Sat Jul 21, 2012 11:09 pm

The alleged shooter in the Aurora, Colo., massacre, James Holmes, has been placed in solitary confinement at Arapahoe County's detention center, according to multiple news outlets.

The high-profile nature of Holmes' case has naturally attracted the attention of other inmates, some of whom have threatened to kill the suspect, these outlets have reported. Holmes has also been placed under suicide watch, they said.

"Let's just say he hasn't shown any remorse," a jail employee told the New York Daily News. "He thinks he's acting in a movie."

According to a recently released inmate, "He was spitting at the door and spitting at the guards. He's spitting at everything. Dude was acting crazy."

The portrait these witnesses paint appear to jibe with reports about the way James might have perceived himself. He reportedly told the police who arrested him he was "The Joker, enemy of Batman" and even dyed his hair red before the shooting to emulate the character.

Although "The Dark Knight Rises" film of 2012 focuses on Batman's battle with a villain named Bane, "The Dark Knight" movie of 2008 featured scenes with The Joker behind bars. While in jail, The Joker was placed in solitary confinement and was disruptive by harassing guards and other prisoners. The character eventually blew up the jail by sewing an explosive into another inmate and activating it with a cellphone.

Meanwhile, Holmes could also be perceived as disruptive at the Arapahoe detention center. "All the inmates were talking about killing him," recently released inmate Wayne Medley told the Daily News. "Everyone was looking for an opportunity. It's all they could talk about."

Another recently released inmate told the News that if Holmes were allowed into the general population with the rest of the inmates, then "he won't live to see Monday's court appearance."

Holmes could face the death penalty, should he be found mentally competent.

Conditions of Holmes' imprisonment are somewhat similar to those of convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky, a former assistant coach of the football team at Penn State. Sandusky was also placed in solitary confinement because of his status behind bars. And, while on suicide watch, Sandusky was able to hear inmates using the famous Pink Floyd lyric -- "Hey! Teacher! Leave them kids alone!" -- against him.

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A 6-year-old video shows Colorado shooting suspect James Holmes as a thin teenager wearing an oversized shirt and occasionally breaking into a slight, shy smile.

ABC News aired the video Sunday showing Holmes speaking at a science camp at Miramar College in San Diego when he was 18.

His presentation is on "temporal illusion," which he defines as "an illusion that allows you to change the past."

He says he studies subjective experience, calling it "what takes place inside the mind, as opposed to the external world."

A woman who introduces Holmes says he wants to become a researcher and make scientific discoveries.

She says his dream is to own a Slurpee machine, eliciting laughter from the audience and a smile from Holmes.

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A profile on a popular sex website appearing to be that of Colorado shooting suspect James Holmes is authentic ... so say sources connected to the website.

As TMZ first reported, the profile appeared on the website adultfriendfinder.com just days before the "Dark Knight Rises" massacre. The profile included a cryptic message on the top which reads, "Will you visit me in prison?"

Sources at the website tell TMZ they have confirmed it was created by Holmes. We're told they tracked the IP address back to Aurora, CO and the account info for the profile (such as the address and DOB) matched up with Holmes.

In the profile, Holmes described his penis as "short/average," said he was a "light/social drinker" and in the section where he's asked if he smokes or does drugs, he answered, "I'd prefer not to say."

Holmes created the profile on July 5 and last logged in to the site sometime in the past three days.

Law enforcement is currently looking at the profile to determine its authenticity and relevance, but website sources tell us ... they have not been contacted yet.

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Post by Guest on Sun Jul 22, 2012 7:43 pm

According to new information obtained by Washington Post The midnight-movie shooting rampage could have a much higher death toll.

Allegedly the gunman’s semiautomatic assault rifle jammed and prevented him from emptying a 100-round clip of ammunition, a law enforcement source said Sunday.

The 100 round clip which was allegedly discovered on the floor of the movie theater. Investigators have not released information on how many rounds were remaining the clip at this time.

It is believed that Holmes started the attack with a Remington shotgun, a Smith & Wesson M&P assault rifle, and a Glock 40-caliber handgun.

As details continue to become available there are also reports that Holmes, may not have surrendered, but was arrested after a SWAT Officer noticed something different about his very sophisticated gear.

Holmes allegedly was wearing a helmet, throat guard, ballistic vest, ballistic leggings, gloves and was dressed entirely in black when officers discovered him at his vehicle.
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By Kate Snow, NBC News
When Ashley Moser took her 6-year-old daughter to see the midnight showing of the latest Batman movie on Thursday, it was supposed to be a time to unwind after months of hardship.
Until recently, Moser and her only child, Veronica Moser-Sullivan, lived with Moser's father -- Veronica's grandfather -- David Moser. They were a tight-knit family. But eight weeks ago, David Moser, 65, died after a 10-month battle with leukemia. Moser's father’s death crushed her, said her aunt, Annie Dalton. “She was close with him,” Dalton said. Dalton said her father’s illness also drained family resources; David Moser was penniless when he died, she said. Ashley Moser and her little girl then moved in with an uncle, where they were living when they headed out for the AMC Theater Century 16 in Aurora, Colo., a suburb of Denver. At 25, Moser had not had an easy life, her aunt said.
"Ashley struggled a lot," Dalton said. But Moser was getting her life in order, Dalton said. She had taken classes to enter a nursing program, her goal being to earn a degree as a licensed practical nurse – the kind of nurse who cares for the sick, injured or disabled. Moser had been accepted into a nursing program and was living off student loan money because she wasn’t employed, Dalton said.
Veronica, Dalton said, was a typical 6-year-old. "She loved school, loved playing," she said. She had just started swimming lessons at a local recreation center, which she enjoyed. She was to start first grade in the fall. But then came the early hours of Friday. Moser, a male friend and Veronica were in the theater, half an hour into The Dark Knight Rises, when a gunman entered and shot 71 people, killing 12. On police radio calls someone is heard saying: "We have a child down and cannot evacuate." The gunman killed Veronica; Moser caught a bullet to the neck. Dalton said she is paralyzed. In the two days following the shooting, Moser drifted in and out of consciousness at the hospital. On Saturday, Moser’s mother, a chaplain and a doctor sat by her side and told her the devastating news: Her daughter had died in the shooting. Moser was crushed. Dalton said that despite her niece's extensive injuries, Moser's health appears to be improving. She is awake and talking now, Dalton said on Sunday. For the family, this means more trauma, of course, but also mounting medical bills. Dalton said she believes that Moser is on Medicaid, but money will be tight with additional bills and Veronica’s funeral.



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Post by Wrapitup on Mon Jul 23, 2012 12:37 am

By Matt Pearce
9:33 p.m. EDT, July 22, 2012

Police think that James Holmes, suspected of killing 12 moviegoers and wounding 58 at a theater in Aurora, Colo., acted alone. But some would say the shooter had help — in the form of the three guns he brought with him into the theater.

The details of those weapons’ exact capacities and how the shooter used them are still not precisely clear, except for this one: The man that walked into a packed movie theater early Friday morning was able to do a lot of bad things very quickly.

And while investigators are still busy piecing together why they believe Holmes did what he did, others are focused on the how — namely, that the shooter had gun magazines that would have been banned under a federal gun law that lapsed in 2004.

In recent history, many acts of spectacular gun violence have been linked not so much by the presence of assault rifles but rather by large gun magazines that allow shooters to fire longer without reloading. The current investigation will determine if this shooting continued that trend; some evidence suggests it does.

The defunct Federal Assault Weapons Ban limited most clip sizes to 10 rounds; police say the theater shooter had a .223-caliber Smith & Wesson AR-15 assault-style rifle with a drum clip that could hold up to 100 rounds and shoot as many as 60 times in a minute.

Holmes was arrested with a Glock .40-caliber pistol, which typically comes with a 15-bullet magazine, and a Remington 12-gauge shotgun. A second Glock was found in the suspect's car.

The gunman first used the shotgun, according to a law enforcement official quoted in the Washington Post, then pulled out the AR-15. It's not yet known how many people were injured by which weapon, and police have said they don’t know how many rounds were fired in total.

But anecdotal evidence thus far has suggested a semi-steady stream of gunfire.

In interviews with the Los Angeles Times, witnesses in Aurora said they couldn't immediately leave the theater because the shooter had pinned down the audience with continuous fire after an initial shot in the air, which forced many to the floor.

“Shots just started being fired -- so many,” said Tayler Trujillo, 18. “It stopped for a second, and everybody was, like, ‘Go! Go! Go!’, but then he started to fire again and then I had to go back down.”

A federal law enforcement official told the Associated Press that the shooter’s AR-15 with the large magazine jammed, forcing to him to switch to another weapon and begin firing again. Police have said they don’t know how many rounds the shooter fired.

“The ones after the break went on much longer than the first round,” Trujillo said.

“We were just laying on the ground, praying that we weren’t about to get shot,” said Tre Freeman, 18. He added of the gas the suspect had thrown: “It got to the point where our faces became numb, we couldn’t breathe because our noses were” stuffed up. “We figured our options were suffocate, get shot or run,” he said.

Trujillo, Freeman and a third witness, DeJante Harris, 19, estimated that they were in the theater for two to five minutes after the shooting began.

Much like the presence of large groups in closed spaces, large-capacity magazines are a major trait of most spectacular shootings.

In the 2011 Tucson, Ariz., attack that killed six people and nearly killed Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, police said, Jared Lee Loughner had a Glock with an expanded 30-round magazine; the carnage didn’t stop until he ran out of bullets and had to reload, at which point two men tackled him.

Norwegian officials said Anders Breivik, who has admitted to fatally shooting dozens of people at an island summer camp a year ago, had bought several 30-round clips for a Glock and his .223-caliber semiautomatic rifle. Some survivors had to escape by boat.

Witnesses said Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, accused of killing 13 and wounding dozens more at the Ft. Hood massacre in 2009, sought out the largest-capacity handgun he could find before the shooting, also purchasing 30-round magazines. Soldiers testified later about watching their colleagues being gunned down and trying to rush Hasan during brief moments while he was reloading. He was stopped when shot by two armed policemen.

But there is one notable exception: the 2007 Virginia Tech shooter, Seung-hui Cho, who killed 30 people in 11 minutes using two pistols that had 10- and 15-round clips. A later inquest into the killings sought to determine if the outcome would have been different if the old clip ban had been in effect, limiting Cho to only 10-round clips.

“The panel concluded that 10-round magazines that were legal would have not made much difference in the incident,” the investigators concluded in their report. “Even pistols with rapid loaders could have been about as deadly in this situation.”

Even changing the law is not a sure bet to prevent large clips from being used in shootings. A 2004 Department of Justice study on the expiring 10-round-magazine regulation said the law failed to reduce the use of large magazines in shootings.

The report largely blamed a grandfather provision that allowed owners to keep large gun clips if they already owned them — which led to massive buyer demand before the ban took effect in 1994.

In the wake of the Aurora shootings, political debate over potential gun regulations has instantly polarized. On “Fox News Sunday,” host Chris Wallace asked Wisconsin Republican Sen. Ron Johnson whether banning 100-round magazines would violate the 2nd Amendment.

"I believe so," Johnson said. "People will talk about unusually lethal weapons, I mean, that could be potentially a discussion you could have. But the fact of the matter is there are magazines, 30-round magazines that are just common all over the place. You simply can't keep these weapons out of the hands of sick, demented individuals who want to do harm.

"And when you try and do it, you restrict our freedom. Criminals actually have to be concerned before a criminal act that maybe somebody could stop them.”


That interview drew a disgusted reaction from Dan Gross, president of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, who called for an open debate of all the possibilities.

“That’s the same old way we’ve been having this conversation,” Gross told the Los Angeles Times. “As long as we have politicians like that who respond to a question like that and are allowed to get away with it, that doesn’t reflect the kind of spirit I’m trying to talk about. That’s not a person who’s putting the health and safety of the American people ahead of politics.”

As for health and safety, survivor Trujillo told The Times on Sunday that the shooting was still hanging over her.

“I can’t stop thinking about it,” she said. “I can see him every time I close my eyes. The gas feeling; my lungs and my eyes watery; I have someone else’s blood on my clothes.… My days are better than my nights.”

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Post by Wrapitup on Mon Jul 23, 2012 10:57 am

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11:41 AM ET

Editor's note: The man accused of opening fire in a crowded movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, is set to make his first court appearance Monday, giving the public its first look at the suspect since his arrest in an attack that authorities say was planned months in advance. We're live blogging the court appearance, which begins at 11:30 a.m. ET.

[Posted at 11:45 a.m. ET] Holmes' hair was dyed a bright orange during his court appearance Monday.

[Posted at 11:41 a.m. ET] Holmes' expression has changed little during the court hearing. He has mostly been staring off into space.

[Posted at 11:34 a.m. ET] Formal filing of charges will be Monday, July 30, at 9:30 Colorado time, the judge says.

[Posted at 11:32 a.m. ET] Holmes didn't look at the judge as the hearing started, just down as he was read his rights.

[Posted at 11:31 a.m. ET] James Holmes appears before Judge William B. Sylvester. He is wearing a maroon jumpsuit.

[Posted at 11:27 a.m. ET] The public information officer for Colorado courts tweets that the district attorney in the James Holmes case will hold a press conference after the hearing.

[Posted at 11:09 a.m. ET] James E. Holmes, 24, is likely to face charges of first-degree murder - an offense that carries a possible death penalty, if he is convicted - in the shooting deaths, given allegations over the weekend by police that there is evidence to suggest "calculation and deliberation" in the rampage.

Holmes is being held in connection with the early Friday morning shootings that left 12 dead and 58 wounded, and the subsequent discovery of his booby-trapped apartment, which authorities believe he rigged before leaving for the Century Aurora 16 multiplex.

Authorities have been tight-lipped about a possible motive in the case, and police spokesman Frank Fania told CNN late Sunday that Holmes has been uncooperative with investigators and requested an attorney.

Arapahoe County public defender James O'Connor has been assigned to the case. The Colorado Judicial Department declined to say whether Holmes requested a public defender. A telephone call by CNN to O'Connor's office was not immediately returned.

Holmes' court appearance will come a few hours before his family is expected to break their silence with a statement.

The family, which lives in San Diego, has not spoken publicly since the allegations against Holmes. They issued a short statement Friday saying they did not wish to be disturbed "at the time of this tragic event."

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Post by samgoodwin on Mon Jul 23, 2012 1:31 pm

This guy is so obviously trying for insanity with the bright orange Bozo the clown hair and the exaggerated facial expressions; bugging his eyes out, twitching, making odd faces, trying to look dumb. Makes me want to slap him.

I realllly hope he doesn't get off on insanity. That was probably his plan, do as much damage as possible, and then just act goofy in court and get off. There was some talk on HLN of whether he was on some sort of meds during his court appearance, because he was acting so odd, but IMO it was just "acting."
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Dr. Drew said they have him sedated as he was 'bouncing off the walls' in his cell.

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The Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office in Colorado released the booking photo of movie theater shooting suspect James Holmes from when he was apprehended by police early Friday.

The photo's release comes a few hours after Holmes made his first appearance in court in Centennial, Colo. Monday. Wearing orange-red hair and looking at times emotional and at other times bleary-eyed, Holmes sat in a maroon jailhouse jumpsuit as Chief Judge William Sylvester advised him of the case.

Authorities say Holmes is not cooperating and it could take months to learn what motivated the mass shooting spree.

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samgoodwin wrote:This guy is so obviously trying for insanity with the bright orange Bozo the clown hair and the exaggerated facial expressions; bugging his eyes out, twitching, making odd faces, trying to look dumb. Makes me want to slap him.

I realllly hope he doesn't get off on insanity. That was probably his plan, do as much damage as possible, and then just act goofy in court and get off. There was some talk on HLN of whether he was on some sort of meds during his court appearance, because he was acting so odd, but IMO it was just "acting."

With all the planning and preparations that took place the likely hood of him getting an insanity defense is slim to none that anyone would buy that as a defense. At least that is what I believe.
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Post by samgoodwin on Tue Jul 24, 2012 9:11 pm

I hope you're right, lindamarie. It just seems that so many of these offenders get off or get small sentences. I'd hate to see him just be institutionalized and never sentenced.
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No way he w/get the insanity defense. I saw on HLN that he had a complete arsenal in his apartment and had it booby trapped so that anyone that entered would be toast. This was a pre-meditated crime, planned out for months.

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Accused movie theater gunman James Holmes is spitting at jail officers so frequently that at one point he was made to wear a face guard, sources told ABC News.

Holmes' odd behavior was first seen by the public when he appeared in court Monday looking dazed, alternately bug-eyed and nodding with his eyes closing.

But ABC News has learned that his loopy court appearance was just one of several bizarre behaviors.

In the hours after his arrest Friday for the massacre at the Aurora, Colo., movie theater, Holmes stared at the wall in the Arapahoe Police Headquarters with his eyebrows twitching.

Holmes told police he was the fictitious Batman villain, the Joker, and when cops put evidence bags over his hands to preserve traces of gunpowder residue, he pretended the bags were puppets, law enforcement sources told ABC News affiliate KMGH-TV in Denver.

Since being held in the Arapahoe County Jail, Holmes has been spitting at the officers so much, they are forced to use a spit guard on Holmes when they have to move him.

The bizarre actions by the former Ph.D student accused of killing 12 people and wounding 58 is seen by some as signs of psychosis -- or that he's faking it.

His behavior in court Monday was particularly strange. Unshaven, with a shock of died orange hair, Holmes gave no indication he knew where he was.

His lawyer even had to nudge him to rise when the judge entered the courtroom. He said nothing during the proceedings, in which he was held without bond.

Some observers wondered if Holmes was on drugs or being medicated. Sources told ABC News he was not on drugs, leading to expert theories that he may have been in the grips of "psychotic episode," exhausted from stress or simply faking it.

"I think there are two possibilities going on here," Marissa Randazzo, former chief research psychologist for the U.S. Secret Service and an expert in mass shootings, told "Good Morning America" today.

"One is that he is in the middle of a psychotic episode which is quite possible. We see him distracted at multiple points, an almost sort of 'coming to' and trying to figure out where he is and process what's going on," she said.

"The other thing that we're seeing -- and we've seen some of this behavior in the past couple months -- might suggest mania. Meaning hyperactivity, hyper energy, been possibly up and not sleeping for days. What we might be seeing here is the post effects."

But Randazzo also said there was a third possibility. He might simply be faking it.

"It's possible," she said when asked if Holmes' behavior could be all an act. "It is possible. We'll leave that open," she said, adding that most people who lie about that sort of behavior are sociopaths and "What we've heard about his history does not suggest sociopath at all."

"Let's keep that in mind that he was studying neuroscience. He was studying exactly the type of brain issues that we're going to be talking about throughout this whole case," she said.

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