Notebook Offers Glimpse Into Colorado Theater Shooter's MindColorado theater shooter James Holmes' notebook provides the most comprehensive look yet into what he described as his "broken" mind.
Gunman's Notebook Provides Insight Into Mind Of KillerThe Aurora theater shooting gunman's notebook was entered into evidence in the theater shooting trial on Tuesday and released to the public on Wednesday. It provides new insight in the mind of James Holmes.
Theater Gunman Had 'Obsession to Kill' Since He Was A ChildA notebook filled with the thoughts of the man who opened fire in a crowded movie theater was presented as evidence in the trial on Tuesday.
Gunman's Notebook To Be Presented In Theater Shooting TrialA key piece of evidence in the Aurora theater shooting trial is set to be introduced. The notebook belonging to the gunman who opened fire in a crowded theater will be presented in court on Tuesday.
DA Fights Holmes' Bid For Inquiry Of Media SourcesProsecutors in the Aurora theater shooting case objected to a defense request for a separate investigation into who told a reporter about a notebook that defendant James Holmes sent to his psychiatrist before the deadly shootings.
Holmes' Notebook May Be In Judge's HandsLawyers for Colorado theater shooting suspect James Holmes have given the judge a sealed envelope that might contain a notebook Holmes sent a psychiatrist.
Defense: Don't Let Reporter See Holmes' NotebookLawyers for Colorado theater shooting suspect James Holmes are objecting to a request by Fox News reporter Jana Winter to see a notebook Holmes sent to a psychiatrist before the shootings.
Holmes Notebook Could Come Up In Tuesday HearingThe judge in the deadly Colorado theater shootings said Friday that if he accepts James Holmes' insanity plea next week, he will hear arguments about whether prosecutors can see a notebook that Holmes sent to a psychiatrist.
Prosecutors Give Up Fight For Holmes' NotebookFor the first time with hair that's brown instead of a wild shade of orangish-red, the suspect in Colorado's movie theater shooting appeared in court Thursday as prosecutors gave up their fight to see a notebook he sent to a university psychiatrist, saying they didn't want to delay proceedings.