This undated photo released by the University of Colorado shows James Holmes who is the suspect in a movie theater shooting spree that left 12 people dead, in Aurora, Colorado, July 20, 2012. Holmes allegedly opened fire at the midnight premiere of the new Batman movie, shooting 71 people, killing 12 and injuring approximately 50. He surrendered to police and is currently is custody. UPI/University of Colorado/Handout Image
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