Briefly World: Evidence presented in US theatre mass shooting
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Evidence presented in US theatre mass shooting
Centennial: Prosecutors are in court Monday to outline their case against the young US man suspected of shooting 12 people dead at a midnight premiere of the latest Batman film. The hearing will determine whether the case will go to trial. James Holmes is charged with more than 160 counts in the Colorado attack, including murder and attempted murder.
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