Aurora theater shooter James Holmes submitted this photograph of himself feeding a llama a piece of straw to the University of Illinois. He submitted the bizarre picture along with his university application, much to the staff’s amusement. He was accepted onto a course in Neuroscience and was even described as an “outstanding candidate”.
As we know, a few months ago Aurora theater shooter, James Holmes, was assaulted while being transported through Colorado State Penitentiary. His assailant, Mark Daniels (pictured above), wrote this in response to pen pals questioning the attack:
“First and foremost, I would like to express my deepest condolences to all the victims and to the families,” he writes. “I’m so sorry I couldn’t wipe him out and sent [sic] him packing to Satan’s lake of fire. It was just impossible to do by myself with so many cops. I did get him six or seven good ones and this stupid ass case manager [name deleted] ran out of her office and and put her head in front of Holmes’ cause I was about to knock him out. That’s why she got socked a few times.
"Once we were on the ground I looked in his eyes and he knew he came close with his demise. He was very scared. I’m so sorry I couldn’t finish him for you.”
Also, as an update: James Holmes is reportedly being transferred to a new prison for the third time.
Dramatic pictures from inside Colorado movie theater show how laser beams were used to map out EVERY single bullet James Holmes fired
Every laser, a bullet: Investigators used red and green neon lights to map out every single bullet James Holmes fired as he rained terror on hundreds of innocent lives
The red and green neon lasers were used to show each shot’s trajectory as officers created a dramatic recreation of the theater bloodbath during a a midnight screening of The Dark Knight Rises on July 20, 2012
Each laser beam represents a single shot, including the ones that killed 12 and injured more than 70 theatergoers more than three years ago
Holmes himself stood staring straight ahead as the verdicts were read, showing little emotion, but when he returned to his seat he leaned over to defense attorney Tamara Brady, grabbed her hand with a smile, and said “thank you.”
Read this article on dailydot.com
First of all (the highlighted sentences) who the fuck says that the serial killers or mass murderers we “admire” were sociopathic? Damnit dailydot.com you don’t know shit about this. Eric and Dylan for example were definitely not sociopathic. They should research before they say we’re admiring sociopathic killers.
Second, the last highlighted paragraph is actually really cute though. “We’re like a family” actually sums it up.
All in all, it’s quite interesting and funny to read what the “normal people” think about us hahha we’re damn famous guys!