DENVER (AP) – Shock, disgust and fear spread across the campus of the Colorado university – the man who shot up a midnight movie was identified as James Holmes, and faculty members suspected they knew him.
As professors and others questioned what to do and feared for their safety, some shared the tidbits they knew about Holmes via email. He briefly had a girlfriend, who was in India at the time of the attack. He had a few friends, though none in the neuroscience program he’d just left.
The new details are in thousands of emails the University of Colorado, Denver released Wednesday after news organizations, including The Associated Press, requested them to learn about Holmes’ year at the school.
Many of the emails are partially or completely blacked out, the university says to avoid violating privacy laws. The result is minimal information on Holmes’ struggles at the school or…
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