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Apr 05, 2013

CENTENNIAL, CO - reporter Jana Winter returns to the court house after a midday recess to face Arapahoe County District Judge William Sylvester regarding evidence in the case of Aurora theater shooting suspect James Holmes at the Arapahoe County Justice Center on April 1, 2013 in Centennial, Colorado. Winter is facing contempt charges for not revelaing her sources that broke a gag order in the case. It was announced that District Attorney George Brauchler will seek the death penalty for suspect James Holmes who is charged with 166 counts of murder, attempted murder and other crimes in the Aurora theater shooting on July 20, 2012. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)It has now come out that the Aurora, Colorado mass shooter James Holmes harassed his psychologist via text message, prompting a report to authorities of the killer’s homicidal thoughts.

by Shepard Ambellas
April 5, 2013

COLORADO — According to reports, Lynne Felton, a University of Colorado psychologist notified campus police on June 12, 2012 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.

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