Thursday, August 9, 2012


The suspected shooter of the Batman movie theater massacre in Aurora, Colo. has been identified as PhD student James Holmes, who recently withdrew from his neuroscience studies at the University of Colorado before shooting up "The Dark Knight Rises" screening.

             The Joker is a supervillain and the archenemy of Batman. He was first introduced in   Batman #1 (Spring 1940) and has remained consistently popular. The Joker is a master criminal with a clown-like appearance. Initially portrayed as a violent sociopath who murders people for his own amusement..."

So who is this REAL life killer Joker that presents as a man?  He is a James Holmes.  Holmes is  24 and moved to Aurora to pursue his PhD at the University of Colorado medical center, living just a few blocks from the hospital in an apartment that is now laced with an arsenal of explosives and was searched by Haz-Mat teams.

 Psychiatrist contacted university police about Holmes

A Denver news station reports that there were possible warning signs that the alleged gunman in the Colorado movie theater massacre was disturbed and dangerous.

KMGH TV reports that a psychiatrist treating James Holmes thought he was so potentially dangerous that she contacted University of Colorado police about six weeks before the shooting. Holmes had attended the university, but dropped out of his program not long before the mass shooting.

Dr. Lynne Fenton requested a background check on Holmes, the news station says. She was reportedly told that Holmes did not have a criminal record, and she did not place him on a 72-hour hold for a mental evaluation.

Holmes killed at least 12 people and injured as many as 50, including U.S. military members, during the midnight premiere of the movie at the Century 16 Movie Theaters in Aurora early this morning. He barged into the theater mid-show, setting off smoke bombs and stalking up and down the aisles firing as many as four weapons at viewers.

In a statement, President Obama said:

 "Michelle and I are shocked and saddened by the horrific and tragic shooting in Colorado. Federal and local law enforcement are still responding, and my administration will do everything that we can to support the people of Aurora in this extraordinarily difficult time. We are committed to bringing whoever was responsible to justice, ensuring the safety of our people, and caring for those who have been wounded."

How do you go from the cute kid in the left corner to the monster on the right totally UN-noticed.



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