Aurora Shooting Victims Upset University of Colo. Didn't Act on James Holmes' Psychiatrist's Concerns
Attorneys for James Holmes, the suspect in the Colorado movie theater shooting, said today in court that their client is mentally ill, but the biggest question for Holmes' victims is whether it all could have been prevented.
Jansen Young lost her boyfriend Jon Blunk in the July 20 shooting in Aurora, Colo. Blunk sacrificed his own life to shield her from the barrage of bullets. Young called him "a hero," and said he pushed her to the ground while covering her body with his own.
Now, three weeks after losing her boyfriend, Young is speaking out for the first time to "Nightline" about warning signs the University of Colorado may have missed. Reportedly, the psychiatrist who was treating Holmes expressed concerns about his behavior to others nearly six weeks before the shooting.
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