By Bobby Pollier, EnStarz | Aug 02, 2012 04:03 PM EDT
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.
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The doctor treating the killer, Lynne Fenton, had allegedly given notice to a threat assessment team at the University in early June. She allegedly was deeply concerned by the behavior that Holmes was displaying. However, the school apparently never went on to do anything about the now large issue.
It was previously reported that Holmes had been seeing Fenton, who deals with schizophrenia, prior to the "Dark Knight Rises" massacre. It had been confirmed that in the past the deranged killer had sent a notebook to her, in which details and drawings of his mass shooting plans were meticulously outlined.
James Holmes was recently charged with 24 counts of murder in the first degree as well as 116 counts of attempted murder. In one of the most brutal shooting massacres in recent history, the psychotic killer had shot up an Aurora movie theater at its midnight screening of "Dark Knight Rises."
Holmes could indeed face the death penalty if he is convicted.
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