The grandfather of the youngest victim in the Aurora theater shootings suggested Monday that one juror might have improperly blocked the death penalty for James Holmes by being untruthful about her beliefs.
The grandparents of the youngest victim in the theater shooting were visibly shaken after the sentencing of the theater gunman where the jury couldn’t reach a decision, thereby sentencing him to life in prison.
The emotional testimony in the victim impact period of the sentencing phase in the Aurora theater shooting trial wrapped up on Wednesday afternoon.
The Aurora movie theater massacre robbed Ashley Moser of her 6-year-old daughter, her unborn child and even her identity.
Jurors in the Aurora theater shooting trial declined to rule out the death penalty Monday as they move toward sentencing James Holmes, finding his defense failed to persuade them to show him mercy.
James Holmes should be put to death for the Colorado theater shooting because he deliberately and cruelly killed 12 people, including a 6-year-old girl, prosecutors told jurors Wednesday.
Each morning for nearly three months, Sandy Phillips would wake at dawn, drive seven minutes to the courthouse, down a cup of coffee and wait an hour to listen to testimony about why her daughter was shot to death in a movie theater.
Gunman James Holmes was found guilty in the Aurora theater shooting that left 12 people dead and dozens more injured, putting the death penalty option at the center of the courtroom.
Survivors and pubilc officials reacted after a Colorado jury on Thursday convicted 27-year-old James Holmes of killing 12 moviegoers and wounding dozens of others in a suburban Denver movie theater in 2012.
Theater shooting survivor Marcus Weaver was brought to tears when the guilty verdict was read in court on Thursday afternoon.