James Holmes seemed keenly interested in the aftermath of his attack on a Aurora theater, peering out the window of a squad car as badly injured victims were being treated nearby, police officers testified Thursday.
The courtroom where the Colorado theater shooting trial is unfolding is awash with emotion as survivors recount the horrors of dodging gunfire and stumbling over loved ones’ bodies as they fled.
A union plumber, a schoolteacher and a survivor of the 1999 Columbine High School massacre were among the 19 women and five men chosen as jurors in the death penalty trial of Aurora theater shooter James Holmes.
A jury was seated Tuesday in the death penalty trial of Colorado theater shooter James Holmes after a selection process that experts say was among the largest and most complicated in U.S. history.
The man accused of the mass shooting at an Aurora movie theater in 2012 now faces trial in October.
It was just hours after a deadly Colorado theater shooting, and James Holmes was not acting like a man accused of methodically planning the attack and booby trapping his apartment.
The suspect in the Aurora movie shooting showed no emotion in court Thursday as a lawyer discussed a charity’s efforts to help victims.