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November 14, 2012
21:10 // 1 year ago
September 20, 2012
16:21 // 2 years ago
August 30, 2012

Are donations going to Aurora shooting victims? Colorado governor is on the case

  • $350,000 distributed to 70 victims of the July 20 Aurora, Colorado shooting
  • $5 million donated in total to the Aurora Victim Relief Fund via GivingFirst.org source

» It gets worse: According to the families of 11 victims, the first $100,000 disbursement wasn’t even given to the victims or their families. It went to 10 local non-profits, at the direction of the Recovery Committee created to manage the donations. “We’re certain that everyone who donated their hard-earned wages intended for 100 percent of the donations to go directly to the victims,” said Tom Teves, who lost his son Alex that night, adding, “Unfortunately that doesn’t seem to be the case.” Gov. Hickenlooper told reporters that he was unaware of the issues with the committee, and “had not heard that some people had received nothing.” He also said his office would take a more proactive approach to monitoring the Recovery Committee going forward.

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15:35 // 2 years ago
10:58 // 2 years ago
August 23, 2012
17:00 // 2 years ago
August 13, 2012
Defendant has stated that media coverage which has already occured has, in fact, interfered with both the People’s and Defendant’s investigations.
Arapahoe County District Judge William Sylvester  • In his response to a recent motion requesting that the judge remove a gag order placed on anyone from the University of Colorado or law enforcement community with direct knowledge of the case being built against James Holmes. He also disagreed with attorney Steve Zansberg — retained by a combination of local media outlets intent on seeing the gag order overturned — who argued that it is in the public’s interest to be able to “monitor the conduct of the judicial branch" throughout the duration of the case. So we may hear little about the case as it’s happening. (EDIT: To be clear, the “defendant” in the case likely refers to the defense, not Holmes himself.) source (viafollow)
17:45 // 2 years ago
July 27, 2012
I made a bad judgment call with my material last night & regret making a joke at such a sensitive time. My heart goes out to all of the families & friends of the victims.
Comedian Dane Cook • Apologizing for making a poorly-timed joke regarding the Aurora shooting, in which he suggested that the shooter was doing the victims a favor by getting them out of a terrible movie. In other words, a joke you can’t really defend at all. (If you want to subject yourself to it, The Daily Caller has video.) Bad form, bro.
18:53 // 2 years ago
July 25, 2012
19:42 // 2 years ago
Inside the package was a notebook full of details about how he was going to kill people. There were drawings of what he was going to do in it — drawings and illustrations of the massacre.
A law-enforcement official • Speaking to Fox News regarding a notebook that Aurora shooting suspect James Holmes allegedly sent his psychiatrist, who is reportedly a professor at the university where Holmes was enrolled. The notebook reportedly included crudely-illustrated images of his plan, including the violence. Whatever the case, the notebook certainly would support the theory that the shooting was heavily planned. (more here)
19:22 // 2 years ago
thedailyfeed:

Meet Hugo Medley, the youngest survivor of the Aurora theater shooting. Hugo was born Monday, just five days after the rampage, at the same hospital where his father is still fighting for his life. 

In related news, Hugo’s dad Caleb, who is uninsured, could face a $2 million medical bill.

thedailyfeed:

Meet Hugo Medley, the youngest survivor of the Aurora theater shooting. Hugo was born Monday, just five days after the rampage, at the same hospital where his father is still fighting for his life. 

In related news, Hugo’s dad Caleb, who is uninsured, could face a $2 million medical bill.

(via thedailyfeed)

9:53 // 2 years ago