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Aurora, Colorado / Movie Theater Massacre / Miller, Fox Interviews #1027356

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 25, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Tonight's coverage of the shooting massacre at the movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, previewed; details given about the package shooter James Holmes mailed to a professor at the University of Colorado that may have previewed the shooting. [In studio, CBS reporter John MILLER†- says getting information about the mailing matter is difficult; explains what happened when the package was found; speculates about who the professor is.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interviews held with Northeastern University professor James Fox and Miller about mass murderers and this case. [FOX - says mass murderers will often mail letters and will often explain why they did what they did, but getting a "guide book" is wishful thinking; explains why this is not a difficult case to explain to a jury.] [MILLER - talks about the sophisticated equipment used to recreate the crime like the theater shooting.]

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