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Aurora, Colorado / Movie Theater Massacre / A Discussion #1027325

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 23, 2012
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(Aurora, Colorado: Anderson Cooper) The focus on the victims of the massacre at the movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, re-introduced; scenes shown of the suspect {James Holmes} in court.

(Aurora, Colorado: Drew Griffin) The new details about the gunman reviewed; scenes shown of his arsenal and his University of Colorado campus; details given about his postgraduate work in neuroscience. [Gun range manager Glenn ROTKOVICH†- talks about contacting Holmes.] [University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus Chancellor Don ELLIMAN†, Dean Barry SHUR†- comment on package deliveries and the program's selection of students.] [Survivor Corbin OATES†- describes the shooter.] The college program Holmes was part of discussed.

(Aurora, Colorado: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with defense attorney Mark Geragos, CNN's Jeffrey Toobin and former FBI profiler Mary Ellen O'Toole about Holmes. [TOOBIN - explains the legal defense of insanity; notes the defense will want to delay, delay.] [GERAGOS - talks about the death penalty in Colorado; outlines the questions to be raised about his mental state.] [O'TOOLE - comments on the three myths heard in this case and on the motivation of mass murderers, including seeking notoriety.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew
Duration:
00:11:40

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