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One of the most shocking realization emerging from the James Holmes Batman movie shooting rampage in Aurora, Colorado is the fact that nobody apparently tried to stop the shooter. This is absolutely baffling. Out of at least ...

Television networks cited the FBI as saying that Holmes, from the town of Aurora, Colorado, scene of the midnight shooting at a screening of the Batman movie "The Dark Knight Rises," did not appear to have any known ...

CENTENNIAL, Colo. — His hair dyed a shocking comic-book shade of orange-red, James Holmes showed up in court for the first time, but didn't seem to be there at all. The world's first look at the man accused of killing 12 moviegoers and injuring 58 others in a shooting rampage at a packed midnight screening of the new Batman film was that of a sleepy, seemingly inattentive suspect.

Batman shooting suspect James Holmes. James Holmes. The owner of a Colorado gun range thought shooting suspect James Holmes seemed “bizarre” after he tried to follow up on an application Holmes submitted less than ...

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Twelve people were killed and dozens were injured in the shooting attack early Friday at an Aurora, Colo., theater during a showing of the Batman movie, "The Dark Knight Rises." (AP Photo/Alex Brandon). Family members of a victim from last week's theater shooting in Aurora, Colo., link hands as they arrive for a court appearance by shooting suspect James Holmes at the Arapahoe County Courthouse, Monday, July 23, 2012, in Centennial, Colo. Twelve people ...

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The shooting suspect in custody after at least 12 people were shot dead and around 50 were wounded at a movie screening in the United States has been identified as 24-year-old James Holmes, US media said Friday. Television networks cited the FBI as saying that Holmes, from the town of Aurora, Colorado, scene of the midnight shooting at a screening of the Batman movie "The Dark Knight Rises," did not appear to have any known terrorism connections. (Photo ...

6-year-old girl youngest victim of 'Batman' massacre in Colorado. Relatives have confirmed 6-year-old Veronica Moser was killed during the premiere of the latest Batman saga, 'The Dark Knight Rises', in Colorado. Her 25-year-old mother ... Colorado shooting suspect James Eagan Holmes makes his first court appearance in Aurora, Colorado, July 23, 2012 (Reuters / Pool New). TRENDS: Colorado theater shooting. TAGS: Crime, USA. The man accused of killing 12 ...

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James Holmes, accused of shooting 71 people, killing 12, at a midnight showing of "Dark Knight Rises" Friday in Aurora, Colo., grew up in San Diego, Calif., in an educated, upper-middle-class family. He's remembered ... Television networks cited the FBI as saying that Holmes, from the town of Aurora, Colorado, scene of the midnight shooting at a screening of the Batman movie "The Dark Knight Rises," did not appear to have any known terrorism connections. (Photo ...

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Television networks cited the FBI as saying that Holmes, from the town of Aurora, Colorado, scene of the midnight shooting at a screening of the Batman movie "The Dark Knight Rises," did not appear to have any known ...

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Television networks cited the FBI as saying that Holmes, from the town of Aurora, Colorado, scene of the midnight shooting at a screening of the Batman movie "The Dark Knight Rises," did not appear to have any known ...


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Colorado Shooting Suspect James Holmes Was Turned Away From Gun Range

PHOTO: ABC News has obtained exclusive video and photos of Colorado shooting suspect James Holmes. The video was recorded six years ago when Holmes was 18.


James Holmes, the man who allegedly killed 12 people and wounded 58 at a packed screening of the latest Batman movie, "The Dark Knight Rises," applied to join a Colorado gun range last month, but was rejected by the owner, who found him "creepy."
Glenn Rotkovich, who owns the Lead Valley Range in Byers, Colo., told ABC News that Holmes applied for membership about a month ago via email, but when Rotkovich called him to follow up, he said he got a "bizarre," Batman-inspired voicemail message.
He told his staff not to allow Holmes into the club if he showed up for an orientation.
The gun range owner's reaction adds to a growing portrait of the 24-year-old accused of carrying out the worst mass shooting in U.S. history, and who police say rigged his apartment with dozens of explosive devices set to go off when the door was opened.
The search of Holmes' apartment yielded a computer and a variety of Batman paraphernalia, including a poster and a mask, more evidence of his apparent obsession with the comic book hero.
PHOTO: ABC News has obtained exclusive video and photos of Colorado shooting suspect James Holmes. The video was recorded six years ago when Holmes was 18.
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Investigators also found 10 gallons of gasoline, which were removed from the apartment and detonated at a remote site. Images of the ensuing large fireball were captured by a media helicopter hovering above.
Exclusive Video of Holmes at 18
Overnight, ABC News obtained exclusive video and photos of Holmes. The video, which was recorded six years ago when Holmes was 18, gives some insight into his life.
In the video, he is standing among his peers at a science camp held at Miramar College in San Diego talking about "temporal illusions."
"Over the course of the summer I've been working with a temporal illusion. It's an illusion that allows you to change the past," Holmes said in the video.
He appears slightly nervous speaking to the group but also extremely intelligent.
This is how he was explaining his mentor's shared interest in fantasy versus reality in the video: "He also studies subjective experience, which is what takes places inside the mind as opposed to the external world. I've carried on his work in dealing with subjective experience."
By most accounts, Holmes lived the life of a normal teen -- with a particular interest in science.
The video shows him being introduced at the seminar as someone whose "goals are to become a researcher and to make scientific discoveries. In personal life, he enjoys playing soccer and strategy games and his dream is to own a slurpee machine."
Though Holmes was apparently a gifted scientist who had received a federal grant to work on his Ph.D. at one of the most competitive neuroscience programs in the country, he was a loner who -- oddly for a young student -- seemed to have no Internet presence.
Holmes Began Amassing Weapons Two Months Ago
On Saturday, officials said they have "evidence of calculation and deliberation" in the way Holmes allegedly planned and prepared for the shooting, beginning to buy weapons and ammunition two months ago.
Aurora Police Chief Daniel Oates announced Friday that Holmes had purchased four guns at local shops and more than 6,000 rounds of ammunition on the Internet in the past 60 days.
Holmes received deliveries to the school and his home over that period, police said.
Holmes was enrolled in a neuroscience graduate program at the University of Colorado. On Sunday, officials at the school's Anschutz Medical Campus said they are looking into whether Holmes had items delivered to the school.
"We are cooperating fully with the police investigation. It was mentioned yesterday that deliveries may have come to his work. That is being looked into," university spokeswoman Jacque Montgomery said.
The shooting began shortly after midnight Friday, at a soldout showing of "The Dark Knight Rises." Law enforcement officials tell ABC News that Holmes purchased a ticket, entered the theater and left through an emergency exit shortly after the movie started. He geared up with body armor and guns and returned to the theater.
Dressed in full riot gear, Holmes allegedly re-entered from an emergency exit in the front right corner of the theater before releasing something that witnesses identify as tear gas or a smoke bomb.
One theory from law enforcement officials is that Holmes began shooting with his Remington shotgun, which may have been loaded with a type of bird shot.
When he emptied that, he then likely switched to his Smith and Wesson .223 with a drum magazine holding as many as 100 rounds, law enforcement officials said. The rounds from this rifle are the ones which are believed to have penetrated the walls of the theater.
When this assault rifle jammed, officials believe Holmes transitioned to his next firearm, a Glock .40 calibre with an extended clip with a 40-round capacity. Several of these clips were recovered in the theater.
The first three firearms were recovered in the theater. The fourth gun was found in his car after he was confronted by police.
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Holmes, 24, is currently in custody at Arapahoe County Jail.
Some recently released inmates from the jail said Holmes is not likely to get a warm welcome from the other prisoners.
"They're paying really close attention to keeping him separate," Steven Phillips, who was recently released from there, told ABC News. "He's in red, he's in chains, his arms are chained up in like a jacket. When he came in, they said he had a bullet proof vest on over his clothes so somebody wouldn't stab him."
Phillips heard that Holmes is being kept in 23-hour lockdown, one of the most protected types of confinement. He is given one hour outside his cell per day to shower and use the phone.
Jacob Wesson, also recently released from Arapahoe County Jail, said that because Holmes is a murder who killed children, if he was kept with other inmates, they would hurt him. "He wouldn't last," Wesson said.
Inside James Holmes' Apartment
New pictures emerged overnight of several explosions in a Colorado field where investigators took chemical materials recovered from Holmes' apartment.
Crews reportedly transported the materials by dump truck to the field so that they could be ignited -- and determined if they were in fact explosives.
Federal authorities and local police have now pulled all of the potential explosives from Holmes' apartment after gaining entry and eliminating potentially explosive traps Saturday.
The 800-square-foot apartment contained several trip wires rigged to trigger explosions, police said.
Scattered throughout the living room were 30 explosive devices -- including jars with chemicals and 30 shells with explosive powder -- similar to large fireworks, police said.
Bomb squads carefully neutralized the two main threats at the entrance of his apartment using a "water shot" and remote-controlled robot.
Oates said the suspect's intentions were clear.
"What we're seeing here is some evidence of calculation and deliberation," Oates said.
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James Holmes (Batman Shootings, Aurora, Colo.)



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Updated: July 23, 2012
James Eagan Holmes has been identified by the police as the gunman who opened fire in a theater crowded with families at a midnight showing of the Batman movie “The Dark Knight Rises” in Aurora, Colo., a Denver suburb, early on July 20, killing 12 people and wounding 58 others.
The attack is the deadliest mass shooting in Colorado since the 1999 Columbine High School attacks.
Mr. Holmes, 24, was arrested in a parking lot behind the theater near his car without further incident. He was dressed entirely in black, much like the SWAT team of police officers that responded. But officers from the Aurora police noticed that his gear differed from theirs and detained him.
The police said that when he was arrested, he compared himself to the Joker character in the Batman movies. Later, he stopped speaking to the authorities.
Mr. Holmes’s only criminal history had been a traffic summons. Mr. Holmes earned a bachelor’s degree with honors in neuroscience in 2010 from the University of California, Riverside and once won a prestigious grant from the National Institutes of Health. He had moved to Aurora in 2011 to begin a doctoral program in neuroscience at the University of Colorado in Denver but dropped out in 2012.
Friends and those who knew Mr. Holmes, who hailed from Southern California, have described him as quiet and strange, although talented.
Attacks Were Planned; His Apartment Booby-Trapped
During the attack, witnesses said Mr. Holmes had entered through a side door of the packed theater and first set off two smoke devices before firing randomly at audience members, who had just settled into their seats.
Mr. Holmes had apparently planned the attack for some time: He wore a gas mask, body armor, a tactical helmet and was dressed completely in black. He entered the theater with an AR-15 assault rifle, a Remington 12-gauge shotgun and a 40-caliber Glock handgun. A fourth gun, another Glock pistol, was found in his car. The authorities believe that Mr. Holmes acted alone.
After the shooting, Mr. Holmes’s apartment building was evacuated. According to the police, Mr. Holmes had set up an intricate series of explosive booby traps, seemingly designed to kill anyone who entered while pursuing his trail. The day after the attack, officials said that they had successfully disabled the most dangerous explosives and incendiary devices.
A law enforcement official speaking on the condition of anonymity said that the tripwire was about waist high and that among the hazards found in the roughly 800-square-foot apartment were bullets in jars that were rigged to detonate. And there were about 30 aerial shells, typically used in fireworks, which had been fashioned to be explosive devices.
On July 23, Mr. Holmes made a brief court appearance. With a wild scatter of hair dyed bright red-orange, his eyes drooped downward or closed, Mr. Holmes seemed dazed and did not speak. James O’Connor, the region’s chief public defender, was appointed to represent him.
In the Wake of the Tragedy, a Litany of Questions
Mr. Holmes leaves behind a litany of questions, many of them focused on how and why a once-promising student could now stand accused of being the lone gunman behind the deadliest mass shooting in Colorado since the Columbine attacks in 1999.
Mr. Holmes had been a shy, awkward boy who once seemed bound for big things. He was a science student from Southern California who won scholarships and internships, graduated “at the top of the top” from the University of California, Riverside, and moved to Colorado last year to take the next step: a doctoral program in neuroscience.
But Mr. Holmes struggled through his first academic year at the University of Colorado, Denver, and had dropped out by this spring. Neighbors from his gang-ridden neighborhood in Aurora described him as a solitary figure, recognizable as one of the few white residents of a largely Hispanic neighborhood, and always alone.
He appears to have sought companionship through the Web site Adult Friend Finder, posting a photo of himself with bright orange hair and saying that he was “looking for a fling.” In an online profile, he described himself as a nice guy, or as nice as any man “who does these sorts of shenanigans,” though its authenticity could not be independently verified.
With his academic career in tatters, law enforcement officials say, Mr. Holmes began to assemble another plan. Over the last two months, he bought two handguns, a shotgun and an assault rifle from local gun dealers. He bought and stockpiled 6,000 rounds of ammunition online. The police said he began to receive large deliveries to his home and work. He outfitted himself with black body armor and a gas mask.
More Invisible Man Than Joker
Apart from a speeding ticket, Mr. Holmes had no previous encounters with the police in Aurora. He had no history of trouble with the police at college in California. He left no easily identifiable online messages or videos that might offer any insight to his mind-set. It also remained unclear how Mr. Holmes was able to afford the large amount of weapons, ammunition and protective gear he had, and how he learned to booby-trap his apartment.
In interviews, neighbors and friends from Southern California and Aurora described a young man as anonymous as a glass of water, more Invisible Man than Joker, who left the lightest of impressions on people. He grew up on a pleasant street of Spanish-style tract homes east of San Diego. His mother, Arlene Rosemary Holmes, is a registered nurse. News reports and a LinkedIn profile suggest that his father is a software company manager in the area.
Some friends and neighbors said Mr. Holmes was hesitant to make small talk if seen on the street, slow to smile in conversations with strangers, often seemingly tucked away inside himself. They described him as pleasant and benign.
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            ABC News has broadcast what is believed to be the first video of James Eagan Holmes. It was recorded six years ago in San Diego when he was 18.
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              In Aurora, a Day for Memorials and an Obama Visit
              President Obama came to Aurora, Colo., to meet with survivors of a rampage at a movie theater, and police said they had finished collecting evidence out of the suspect’s apartment.
              July 22, 2012, Sunday
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                Online Ammunition Sales Highlighted by Aurora Shootings
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                  Kevin B. Barry, a former detective in the New York Police Department who spent 20 years with the bomb squad, said each option available in entering the apartment that is booby-trapped carries its own risks.
                  July 21, 2012
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                    Colorado Police Seek to Enter Home of Shooting Suspect, James Holmes
                    Colorado Police Seek to Enter Home of Shooting Suspect, James Holmes
                    Bomb specialists on Saturday neutralized the first of what appears to be many explosive devices in the home of James Holmes, who allegedly killed 12 people in a Denver movie theater. The police also completed the grim task of informing the victims’ families.
                    July 21, 2012, Saturday
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                      The Way We Fear Now
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                      We are confronting villains who lack political motivations, who are nihilists, who “just want to watch the world burn.”
                      July 21, 2012, Saturday
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                        Police at Home of Colorado Suspect Disarm Major Threats
                        Police at Home of Colorado Suspect Disarm Major Threats
                        Bomb specialists on Saturday neutralized the first of what appears to be many explosive devices in the home of James Holmes, who allegedly killed 12 people in a Denver movie theater.
                        July 21, 2012, Saturday
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                          Aurora, an ‘All-America City,’ Is Left to Search for Answers
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                          Long regarded as a place to raise a family, Aurora, Colo., has known its share of violence in the past, but the mass shooting has left the city staggered.
                          July 21, 2012, Saturday
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                            Before and After Massacre, Puzzles Line Suspect’s Path
                            Before and After Massacre, Puzzles Line Suspect’s Path
                            James Eagan Holmes, 24, who is suspected of killing 12 moviegoers in Colorado, left behind a series of explosive traps in his apartment, the police said, and a litany of questions.
                            July 21, 2012, Saturday
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                              In Darkened Movie Theater, Heroes in Life and in Death
                              In Darkened Movie Theater, Heroes in Life and in Death
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