by Shepard Ambellas
April 5, 2013
COLORADO — According to reports, Lynne Felton, a University of Colorado psychologist, notified campus police on June 12 of last year that James Holmes was having homicidal thoughts. Interestingly enough the police responded by revoking Holmes’ student ID card.
Judge William Sylvester, who is heading up the Holmes trial, recently unsealed evidence that has brought more answers to light.
In fact, the documents even list that a Batman mask was seized from the suspects apartment. The documents also point out that alcohol was likely being abused by the suspect as bottles and cans were found throughout the killers apartment.
Mail Online recently reported, “Holmes appears to have kept few personal items at his apartment.
All of the books seized appear to be text books related to his studies at the University of Colorado, where he was hoping to become a neuroscience.
They took three video games that they found: Skyrim and Elder Scrolls: Oblivion, both fantasy role-playing games, and Starcraft, a science fiction strategy game.
The documents confirm that University of Colorado officials knew Holmes was allegedly danger.
‘Lynne Fenton described James E Holmes as having homicidal thoughts and also stated that James E Holmes had threatened and harassed her via email/text messages,’ according to a report.
Before the rampage, he mailed a package to Fenton containing $400 in partially-burned $20 bills and a hand-written notebook titled ‘Of Life.’
Police also describe how they nearly mistook the armor-clad alleged gunman for a police officer when they first arrived at the scene of the shooting.”
The psychiatrist also warned that James Holmes was a “danger to the public”.
James Holmes pleaded not guilty for the bloody shootings that took place during a midnight screening of the “Dark Knight Rises” film in a Colorado theatre. However, prosecutors are not accepting the plea as they vow to seek the death penalty.
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