Colorado Theater Shooting Suspect James Holmes Makes Court Appearance

Colorado Shooting Suspect James Holmes Makes Court Appearance

The man accused of opening fire in an Aurora, CO theater during the crowded opening night of the new Batman film The Dark Knight Rises made his first court appearance on Monday.

James Holmes faces a staggering list of charges related to the shooting rampage that left 12 people dead and another 58 wounded, though none of the charges have been officially filed yet. Monday’s brief hearing was called an advisement.

Police say Holmes spent months collecting firearms and ammunition in preparation for the attack. The ease with which Holmes allegedly obtained weapons with such firepower has renewed calls by some politicians to readdress gun control in the US.

During Monday’s court appearance Holmes did not speak. His hair was dyed red and he reportedly claimed he was the Batman character “The Joker” in interviews with investigators.

Legal observers are split as to whether

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Holmes’ physical appearance in court on Monday is the groundwork for an insanity defense.

Since the Colorado shooting, three other people have been arrested around the country for making threats during or following a screening of the film.

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Source: Washington Post