Friday, April 05, 2013


Of course, if he had more trouble buying an arsenal that would have helped too.

Thirty-eight days before the attack on the Century Aurora 16 movie theater, the psychiatrist treating suspect James Holmes told a police officer that her patient had confessed homicidal thoughts and was a danger to the public, according to newly unsealed court documents in the murder case against Holmes.

The psychiatrist, Dr. Lynne Fenton, also told the officer that Holmes had stopped seeing her and had been threatening her in text messages and e-mails, the documents state. The officer, Lynn Whitten, responded by deactivating Holmes' key-card access to secure areas of University of Colorado medical campus buildings, according to search warrant affidavits.


Anonymous said...

And I wonder how many non-violent drug offenders were arrested while the clearly insane James Holmes was able to amass a genuinely frightening and deadly arsenal.

Harry R. Sohl said...

And a 72-hour hold could have left him 35 days to prepare, so I don't exactly get the point?

pansypoo said...

remember when we could just lock people up for the crazy.

StonyPillow said...

I have the right to expect my government to provide law and order. These crazies are babbling about government conspiracies to take their guns, while 1 in 200 to 1 in 250 of them ends up in jail for using a gun to commit a crime.

I demand law and order.

Wayne LaPierre said...

Second Amendment rights are for everyone!