James Eagan Holmes, the man accused of killing 12 people in a movie theater in Colorado last week, appeared in court with orange hair, looking fatigued. Police are still searching for a motive in the case.
James Holmes was an academic achiever, but there were hints of a troubled young man. John Jacobson, Holmes' supervisor at Salk Institute described him as "oddly stubborn.' A Colorado gun club rejected him after hearing his 'guttural rambling' on a voice message.
In the Colorado shooting, more information emerged Sunday about the attack and alleged shooter James Holmes. But mainly it was a day for remembering those who died early Friday during a theater's première showing of 'The Dark Knight Rises,' the latest in the Batman series.
With the help of a robot, Colorado shooting suspect James Holmes’ booby-trapped apartment has been largely disarmed. Authorities say he planned to kill whoever entered – most likely a first responder. Also Saturday, those killed in the theater attack began to be publicly identified.