The grandfather of a 6-year-old girl killed during the Aurora theater shootings wants a thief to return the last photos of the girl that were stolen during a home burglary.
Nearly two months after the Colorado theater shooting, funeral arrangements are being made for the youngest person killed in the attack.
It’s been exactly one month since the mass shooting at the theater in Aurora, and the survivors are making progress in their recoveries.
In 2001 a chaplain gave the Bible to a Sept. 11 first responder as a way to help him cope with the devastation. That Bible is now taken to other communities dealing with tragedies.
Defense attorney Karen Steinhauser, a former prosecutor and current adjunct professor at the University of Denver, says homicide charges in Colorado only apply to those “who had been born and alive.”
Ashley Moser was critically injured in the shooting at the Century 16 theater in Aurora July 20. Her 6-year-old daughter, Veronica Moser-Sullivan, was one of the 12 people who died.
There are so many heroes who took action the night of the theater shootings. They not only include the first responders and police officers who rushed victims to hospitals themselves, but those who died by shielding others from the bullets.
People continue to flock to the memorial to the 12 people killed in the Colorado movie theater shooting.
Family members of the shooting victims who died want to make sure their loved ones are never forgotten, including the family of 6-year-old Veronica Moser Sullivan.
Details emerging on the Colorado massacre suspect show a budding scientist, brimming with potential, who pursued a graduate program even as he assembled weaponry he would allegedly use in the deadly midnight rampage inside an Aurora movie theater.