The man accused of gunning down people in a Colorado movie theater will go on trial in August. But, during James Holmes' arraignment, his lawyers weren't ready enter a plea so the judge took matters into his own hands. Bigad Shaban was at the court house in Centennial, Colo.
My latest at the Diplomat evaluates some friction with offshore balancing: Last week, James Holmes described the ongoing difficulties involved with establishing forward U.S. bases in the Philippines. Despite the evident threat that the PLAN poses to Philippine territory in the South China Sea, the process of balancing has moved slowly, largely because of domestic concerns [...]
By Daniella Silva and Kevin Watters, NBC News The judge in the Colorado movie theater shootings case postponed the trial of James Holmes indefinitely on Thursday. District Judge Carlos Samour ordered the delay as attorneys on both sides debated whether the suspected shoot …
(CENTENNIAL, Colo.) — The judge in the Colorado theater shootings case has indefinitely postponed the trial of suspect James Holmes so attorneys can argue whether he should undergo another psychiatric evaluation. District Judge Carlos Samour scheduled hearings on the issue for Dec. Show More Summary
CENTENNIAL, Colo. (Reuters) - The trial of accused Colorado theater gunman James Holmes was postponed indefinitely on Thursday to deal with requests by prosecutors for further mental health evaluations of the former doctoral student, a judge ruled on Thursday. Show More Summary
DENVER (Reuters) - Prosecutors in the Colorado theater massacre case have asked a judge to order accused gunman James Holmes, who says he was insane when he killed 12 moviegoers, to undergo an additional sanity examination, court documents made public...
DENVER (Reuters) - Accused Colorado theater gunman James Holmes should not be executed if he is convicted of murdering 12 moviegoers because he suffers from a chronic mental illness, defense lawyers said in a court document made public on Friday.
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.
(ALBANY, N.Y.) — New York‘s highest court will decide whether state law protects a Fox News reporter from revealing confidential sources from a story about James Holmes, who’s accused of killing 12 people in a suburban Denver movie theater last year. Show More Summary
FoxNews.com reporter Jana Winter will be back in court tomorrow asking New York State’s highest court to quash a subpoena filed by the lawyers for James Holmes, the Colorado man accused of killing 12 people and wounding 50 others atShow More Summary
Evidence in the trial against James Holmes will include the accused Aurora Theater shooter’s online dating profiles, which were put up on Match.com and AdultFriendFinder.com before the deadly rampage. In both profiles, Holmes used the phrase, “Will you visit me in prison?” as part of his description. Show More Summary
DENVER (Reuters) - Some statements accused Colorado theater gunman James Holmes made to detectives in the hours after a deadly rampage that killed 12 moviegoers in a Denver suburb last year will be excluded as evidence in his upcoming trial, a judge ru...
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 July 2012, Fox reporter Jana Winter reported that James Holmes, the shooter in the Aurora, Colorado theater massacre who murdered 12 people during a showing of The Dark Knight Rises, had sent a University of Colorado psychiatristShow More Summary
The online dating profiles posted by James Holmes will be allowed to be presented in his trial for allegedly shooting up an Aurora, Colo., movie theater in 2012. Holmes had dating profiles on the websites Match.com and AdultFriendFinder.com. In both profiles he used the phrase...
Messages posted on two dating sites can be used as evidence in the accused Colorado theater shooter’s trial, a judge has ruled. Holmes exchanged messages using AdultFriendFinder.com and Match.com in the months before the July 2012 shooting. Show More Summary
DENVER (Reuters) - Profiles that accused Colorado theater gunman James Holmes posted on dating websites can be used at his upcoming murder trial, the judge overseeing the case ruled on Thursday.
(DENVER) — Records from two dating websites where Colorado theater shooting defendant James Holmes asked “Will you visit me in prison?” can be used as evidence in his trial, the judge ruled Thursday. The question appeared on Holmes’ profiles at AdultFriendFinder.com and Match.com, which prosecutors say were set up before the shootings. Show More Summary
James Holmes has a good article on the DDG-1000 over at the National Interest: And that’s the last major reason I see why the Zumwalt is relatively uncontroversial. No one expects perfection from a fleet experiment. Indeed, its reason for being is to be imperfect. Such testbeds vet new concepts, exposing flaws in ideas that [...]
In case you didn't know, "The Pete Holmes Show" is already airing on TBS, and the comedian has a penchant for sending up prominent characters in pop culture. Before the show premiered, Holmes debuted a hilarious short in which he played Professor X, forced to fire Wolverine for being a surprisingly inefficient member of the X-Men team. Show More Summary