NYPD battled Twitter for access to user information. In the aftermath of the Aurora and Sikh temple mass shootings, the New York Police Department isn't taking any chances when it comes to online threats.
Members of a University of Colorado threat assessment team reportedly were told about James Holmes, the Colorado shooting suspect, just before he quit school, raising questions about the team's obligations.
After the charges were read, prosecutors and defense attorneys sparred over whether a notebook that news reports said Holmes sent to his psychiatrist and had descriptions of the attack was privileged information.
The charges against the suspect, James Holmes, include 24 counts of first-degree murder (two counts per victim) and 116 counts of attempted murder. Prosecutors say a decision on whether to pursue the death penalty in this case could be months away.
Colorado shooting suspect James Holmes faces 142 counts, including killing with an attitude of 'extreme indifference to the value of human life generally.' Prosecutors are consulting with victims and their families over whether to seek the death penalty.