He’s hard to pick out of a crowd. He has no criminal record. Often, he hasn’t told anyone about his plans. He’s compiled a weapons cache legally. He doesn’t show up on any law enforcement radar until after he’s acted.
Police around the Washington region are beefing up security at movie theaters in the wake of the Friday’s “The Dark Knight Rises” shooting tragedy. But is their presence enough to make you feel safe?
The U.S. Department of Defense in Washington says three members of the U.S. Armed Forces were wounded in a movie theater shooting in Colorado and one is unaccounted for.
13 people are dead after a mass shooting took place in a movie theater shortly after midnight. As tragedy unfolds, families across the nation are forced to face the unsettling feeling that it may not even be safe to go see Batman.
President Obama: “Shocked And Saddened” Over Mass Theater Shooting, 12 Dead, 9 In Critical Condition, Suspect Identified
President Obama has been informed by his staff of the shooting in Aurora, Colorado that has claimed the lives of at least 14 people, with reportedly 9 people in critical condition. Police have a suspect, James Holmes, in custody.