The trial of Aurora theater gunman James Holmes has resumed with testimony about a call made from his cellphone to the University of Colorado hospital moments before the 2012 attack.
After nearly three years of mystery, a clearer but conflicted portrait of James Holmes emerged from the first few hours of his trial in the Colorado theater shootings.
Two versions of the unstable mind of James Holmes were presented to a jury as lawyers revealed many more details about his conversion from a promising grad student to a gunman capable of opening fire on hundreds of unsuspecting moviegoers.
A prosecutor declared Monday that two psychiatric exams found Colorado theater gunman James Holmes to be sane as he meticulously plotted a mass murder, considering a bomb or biological warfare before settling on a shooting.
James Holmes’ defense attorney, Daniel King, says his client “now regrets what took place in the theater.”
A public defender says James Holmes was insane when he opened fire in a crowded Colorado movie theater in 2012.
The arraignment of a Colorado teen charged in the grisly slaying and dismemberment of a 10-year-old girl was postponed after his lawyers said they still have massive amounts of evidence to study.