DENVER (CBS4) – There is more legal fallout from the Aurora theater shooting as a lawsuit is expected to be filed Tuesday against ammunition companies.

James Holmes, the man charged in the massacre that killed 12 and wounded 70, received ammunition through package deliveries. A search warrant claimed that he purchased ammunition from over the Internet.

Jessica Ghawi (credit: CBS)

Jessica Ghawi (credit: CBS)

Now the parents of Jessica Ghawi, who was one of those shot to death, are being joined by the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence in announcing a lawsuit. It’s expected to be filed against Lucky Gunner, which does business as and other bulk ammunition sellers.

A representative said CBS4 would be called back, but so far the call hasn’t been returned.

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