The first day of testimony in the Aurora theater shooting trial gave a chilling look at what jurors will be hearing for the next several weeks.
Katie Medley, nine months pregnant and crouching between the seats of a movie theater filling with tear gas, gunfire and screams, looked at her husband Caleb’s bloody face and told a friend, “He’s dead, he’s dead.”
Katie Medley, the first witness to testify in the Colorado theater shooting trial, said she thought her husband was dead after he was shot in the head but then noticed he was breathing.
In the end a total of 70 people were shot at the Aurora theater with many sustaining life changing injuries. One of them was Caleb Medley, the last victim to leave the hospital.
The final patient remaining in the hospital after being wounded during the mass shooting at a suburban Denver movie theater has left the hospital.
It’s been exactly one month since the mass shooting at the theater in Aurora, and the survivors are making progress in their recoveries.
He’s being called “The Miracle Baby” of the theater shootings. Hugo Medley was born this week in the same hospital where his father remains in intensive care.
The new father who was shot in the eye at the Aurora massacre is going to be receiving a crushing hospital bill in the tune of $2 million dollars.
Despite all the death and terror of the Aurora movie theater shooting last Friday, there are some reminders that life goes on.
Some of the victims’ families needed to see the face of the suspect and other people stood in and represented the victims who couldn’t be there to have a voice in court as James Holmes was advised of his rights on Monday.