Holmes Mentioned Homicidal Thoughts Before Shooting
DENVER(AP)- Newly released court documents show the psychiatrist who treated James Holmes was intimidated by the suspected Aurora movie theater shooter. Documents released Thursday show Dr. Lynne Fenton told police in June that Holmes threatened her and had homicidal thoughts. The documents had been sealed, although a new judge overseeing the case ordered them to be released. Holmes last week offered to plead guilty in July's movie theater attack that killed 12 and injured 70. Prosecutors rejected that offer and announced Monday they would seek the death penalty.