A judge entered a plea of not guilty for Colorado shooter James Holmes on Tuesday. The former neuroscience student was charged with killing 12 people and wounding several others in an Aurora movie theater on July 20, 2012.
The two-door hatchback vehicle of Colorado shooting suspect James Holmes was found with a plethora of items showing indications of a planned escape. It's said that he was planning to flee the scene after the horrific incident.
Late on Thursday, a judge ruled that there is indeed sufficient enough evidence for Colorado shooting suspect James Holmes to face trial amid charges that he killed 12 people and injured 70 other individuals in a mass shooting at an Aurora, Colorado movie theater this past summer.
Money from the Aurora Victim Relief Fund will go to people who families of those killed and others who suffered physical injuries from the Aurora, Colo.,shooting incident at a July 3rd screening of "The Dark Knight Rises."
Reports have surfaced that the psychiatrist who had treated the Colorado shooter James Holmes had initially warned the University of Colorado about him over a month before the killing spree had taken place, according to sources of the Denver Post.
Colorado Shooter James Holmes, accused of killing 12 people and injuring 58 others at a "Dark Knight Rises " showing, reportedly shelled out $240 to hire a prostitute just one week earlier. However, the psychotic killer ended up not continuing through with it and asked the girl if they could "just talk," according to the New York Daily News.
It is being reported that Colorado shooting suspect James Holmes had been seeing a psychologist who dealt with schizophrenia prior to the "Dark Knight Rises" massacre that resulted in 12 deaths and 58 injuries. Apparently, the deranged killer had sent a notebook to University of Colorado specialist Lynne Fenton, in which details and drawings of his mass shooting plans were outlined.
Nearly a week after the Aurora, Colorado shooting that left 12 people dead and 58 injured, it has been reported that a copycat shooter has emerged in Prince George County, Maryland. Local authorities have allegedly apprehended the suspect after he had attempted to interrupt a showing of "The Dark Knight Rises." If they acted any later, authorities believe that there could have been another James Holmes-esque mass shooting.
"Step Up Revolution" has a scene using gas masks and canisters that Summit Entertainment is refusing to remove or edit, ignoring public outcry following the recent Aurora, Col., movie theater shooting where the same items were used by alleged gunman James Holmes.