A woman who yelled “Don’t kill him! Don’t kill him!” just as jurors were to begin considering whether Colorado theater shooter James Holmes’ mental illness might be a reason to spare him from the death penalty was sentenced Thursday to three weeks in jail for contempt of court.
The father of Colorado theater shooter James Holmes says he noticed his son had an odd facial expression about seven months before the attack, and he was reminded of it later when he saw his son’s mug shot.
The father of Colorado theater shooter James Holmes said Tuesday that he didn’t know his son suffered from mental illness before he attacked the audience at a Batman movie, killing 12 people three years ago.
The younger sister of the Aurora theater gunman took the witness stand on Monday and talked about their childhood, which she described as pretty much idyllic.
Defense attorneys trying to spare the life of Colorado theater shooter James Holmes turned Monday to a court-appointed psychiatrist who previously testified for prosecutors that Holmes was legally sane during the 2012 attack but his mental illness led him to open fire.
A court-appointed psychiatrist who concluded that James Holmes was legally sane when he attacked a Colorado movie theater says Holmes’ mental illness still is what caused him to kill 12 people and injure 70 others.
The parents of a victim in the Aurora theater shooting are once again calling for action after a gunman opened fire in a movie theater in Louisiana.
Testimony continued in the theater shooting trial on Friday but without the jury.
An alternate juror in the Colorado theater shooting trial showed up in court wearing a Metallica T-shirt with the image of a man being electrocuted.
The sentencing hearing for the theater shooter has been canceled for Friday because a juror is ill.