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Strangers from across the world sent Colorado theater shooter James Holmes money, photos and letters of support during his three years in a county jail.
It’s probably not surprising, given how many notorious inmates get hitched when they’re behind bars, but it’s definitely stomach-turning: Colorado theater shooter James Holmes, recently sentenced to life without parole, gets tons of fan mail. Read more...
After a tragedy strikes, it’s only natural to wonder if something could have been done to prevent it. But in the case of James Holmes and the Aurora theater shooting,
More than a month before massacre at a Colorado movie theater, campus officer was warned of James Holmes' homicidal thoughts
More than a month before James Holmes' rampage on a Colorado movie theater, the head of his neuroscience graduate program called a campus police officer with alarming information: Holmes had told his psychiatrist that he wanted to kill people to make up for his failure in science.
DENVER (AP) — More than a month before James Holmes' rampage on a Colorado movie theater, the head of his neuroscience graduate program called a campus police officer with alarming information: Holmes had told his psychiatrist that he...Show More Summary
On Wednesday, James Holmes, the perpetrator of the horrific 2012 Aurora shooting, was given 12 life sentences without the possibility of parole,...
To the editor: Most people assume that death is the ultimate penalty for the worst crimes. I disagree. ("'Get the defendant out of my courtroom,' judge says in sentencing James Holmes," Aug. 26)
James Holmes, who killed 12 people and wounded dozens of others in a massacre at a Colorado movie theater in 2012, was sentenced to 12 life prison terms without parole, plus an additional 3,318 years on Wednesday, CNN reports. The numbers represent one life sentence for each person who was murdered,... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Dark Knight Rises
A Colorado judge sentenced Aurora theater shooter James Holmes to 12 life sentences in prison for his 2012 shooting spree that killed 12 people and wounded 70 more. Last month, Holmes was found guilty of multiple charges related to the shooting after the jury rejected his defense team’s insanity plea. Show More Summary
Condemning movie massacre gunman James Holmes to 12 life sentences and the maximum 3,318 years in prison for his rampage in a midnight screening of a Batman film, a Colorado judge said on Wednesday that evil and mental illness are not mutually exclusive. Show More Summary
Judge Carlos A. Samour Jr. sentenced Mr. Holmes to life in prison for each of the 12 people killed in the massacre, plus 3,318 years for nonlethal crimes.
James Holmes was formally sentenced to life in prison on Wednesday afternoon. The accused Colorado theater shooter was convicted and sentenced by a jury in July. One month later, Judge Carlos Samour Jr. confirmed the jury’s decision....Show More Summary
Holmes' life sentence, without parole, came in addition to 3,200 additional years for attempted murder and an explosives conviction.
Holmes will serve life in prison without parole and over 3,200 additional years for an explosives conviction and attempted murder. The post Aurora Theater Shooter James Holmes Is Formally Sentenced To Life In Prison appeared first on ThinkProgress.
A Colorado judge handed down a life sentence without parole to Aurora gunman James Holmes, who in 2012, open fired on a Colorado movie theater during a showing of The Dark Knight Rises, killing 12 and hurting 70 others. "It is almost impossible to comprehend how a human being is capable... More »
James Holmes was an angry quitter who gave up on life and turned his hatred into murder and mayhem against innocent victims in a Colorado movie theater, the judge said today before formally sentencing him to life in prison. "It is almost impossible to comprehend how a human being is...
Judge had no other option after jury earlier this month failed to unanimously agree on the death penalty for Colorado theater shooter who killed 12
James Holmes will spend the rest of his life in prison, according to the reports.