The Dark Knight Rises
Opening statements are set Monday in the long-awaited trial of Aurora theater shooter James Holmes. Here’s a look at top elements in the case.
James Holmes was growing volatile well before he put on a gas mask and body armor, strapped on a rifle, shotgun, pistol and ammunition, and slipped into a midnight premiere of the Batman film “The Dark Knight Rises.”
Lawyers for the man charged with the Colorado theater shootings are seeking disciplinary records of two more police officers, but they did not say why.
A Fox News reporter is protected by New York law from being forced to reveal her sources for a story about the suspect in the mass shooting that left 12 people dead in a suburban Denver movie theater last year.
A man who was injured in the Aurora theater shooting last summer hopes to complete his cross-country bicycle trek to raise money for other victims.
It was a year ago this week that the sickening sound of gunfire rang out at a midnight screening of “The Dark Knight Rises” in Aurora, Colo.
A judge on Tuesday accepted James’ Holmes plea of not guilty by reason of insanity, setting the stage for a lengthy mental evaluation of the Colorado theater shooting suspect.
The judge in the Colorado theater shootings has rejected arguments by defense lawyers that state laws on insanity and the death penalty violate the Constitution.
One of James Holmes’ lawyers asked a judge on Monday to change his plea to not guilty by reason of insanity in the Colorado theater shootings.
Nearly nine months after the Aurora movie theater shootings, people are still reaching out to help the victims.