After Aurora, Colorado movie theater shooter James Holmes was arrested, Fox News reporter Jana Winter was granted access to a notebook that Holmes sent his psychiatrist five days prior to his murderous rampage. She reported on what she saw in that notebook. For this offense, Winter may go to jail.
In 2012, Fox News reporter Jana Winter came under scrutiny from Colorado courts after she revealed in a report that she had access to a notebook that Aurora movie theater shooter James Holmes sent to his psychiatrist five days prior to his shooting rampage.
In a series of emails obtained by ThinkProgress, Police Chief Steve Bracknell appears to agree in a series of emails that Zimmerman is a “ticking time bomb” and another “Sandy Hook” or "Aurora" "waiting to happen." As the head of the Lake Mary Police Department, Bracknell is in charge of the Florida area where Zimmerman and his estranged wife currently live.
In the trail of James Holmes, the man accused of killing 12 and injuring 59 others in a gruesome mass shooting in Aurora, Colorado, has been declared not guilty by reason of insanity. Holmes was charged with 142 counts for his role in that mass shooting.
Fox News reporter Jana Winter is facing a First Amendment fight, being pressed to reveal the sources behind her story about Aurora theater shooter James Holmes — or face possible jail time. Judith Miller, who, you may recall, made headlines when she found herself in a similar situation, joined Fox & Friends co-host Gretchen Carlson on Monday. Show More Summary
A Fox News reporter covering the Aurora, Colorado theatre massacre is facing potential jail time for refusing to turn over a source that provided her information for a story on the shooter, James Holmes Controverisal Fox News contributor Judith Miller was once in a similar situation.
About a month before the deadly mass shooting at an Aurora, Colorado movie theater, psychiatrist Dr. Lynne Fenton warned campus police at the University of Colorado that James Holmes was dangerous, according to documents released by prosecutors. Show More Summary
In the aftermath of the Aurora movie theater shooting, Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough outrageously linked mass shootings with Autism Spectrum Disorders (like Asperger's Syndrome), was sharply rebuked, and issued a lame, off-air non-apology. Show More Summary
On Monday afternoon's Martin Bashir show, fill-in host Karen Finney and guest Stephen Barton, a Newtown resident who survived the mass shooting at an Aurora, Colorado movie theater, had their discussion of gun regulations completelyShow More Summary
A Wednesday town hall meeting by Senator John McCain (R-AZ) has generated significant buzz this week over an exchange he had with Caren Teves, the mother of the late Alex Teves, who was slain in the Aurora movie theater mass shooting. Show More Summary
On Thursday afternoon's Martin Bashir Live, host Martin Bashir took umbrage at Senator John McCain's (R-AZ) response to a woman who lost her son in the Aurora theater mass shooting, a response that Bashir felt was disrespectful. Asked...Show More Summary
Accused Aurora theater shooter James Holmes’ attorneys hope to subpoena Fox News reporter Jana Winter in order to compel her to testify about the sources she spoke to for a July story about a ominous notebook that Holmes sent to his psychiatrist before his shooting spree. The judge overseeing the case has signed off on [...]
Richard Diamond, Senior Opinion Editor for the conservative Washington Times, also runs a blog called The Newspaper.com, which obsessively covers the injustices of traffic cameras. On Monday morning, Diamond found an unusual way to draw...Show More Summary
Dave Mustaine, the frontman of the veteran heavy metal band Megadeth who has previously expressed beliefs that President Obama was not born in America, told the audience at his band's August 7 show in Singapore that the president staged all the recent mass shootings in order to get a gun ban passed:
ABC News is reporting that the psychiatrist who treated James Holmes, the suspected shooter in the Aurora movie theater shooting last month, reached out to police at the University of Colorado to voice her concerns about Holmes' behavior several weeks before the shooting.
In a chilling sign of the times, mass shootings like the one in Aurora, Colorado and the Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, have become common enough occurrences that there's now an instructional video on how to survive an "active shooter event."
Less than a month after the shooting in Aurora, Colorado, today's shooting at a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin has driven gun control advocates to try once again to start a serious national conversation about gun control. The Brady...Show More Summary
According to the Nielsen ratings, almost half a million Morning Joe viewers heard Joe Scarborough say that killers like Aurora mass shooter James Holmes are “somewhere, I believe, on the autism scale,” and that while he didn’t know if...Show More Summary
On Monday, Aurora theater shooting suspect James Holmes has been formally charged in his second court appearance after a mass shooting in Colorado on Friday, July 20.
An electronic billboard in Idaho comparing President Barack Obama to alleged mass murderer James Holmes is causing a firestorm of controversy. The billboard links the President’s policies to the results of a rampage that the 24-year-old Holmes is accused of engaging in last week in which he killed 12 people and injured scores more.