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Colorado Shooting Victim Survives Being Shot in Face Due to Brain Defect

Miracles do happen. A church pastor who counseled parents post-Columbine has offered a detailed update about the status and prognosis of one of the victims of last week’s Aurora, CO massacre at a midnight screening of ‘The Dark Knight Rises.’

The victim survived due to a brain defect that she didn’t even know she had.

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Colorado Shooting Suspect James Holmes Appears in Court, But Does Not Speak

James Holmes, the suspect in the Aurora, Colo. shooting during the midnight screening of ‘The Dark Knight Rises,’ which left 12 dead and 58 other injured, appeared in court Monday.

So, what happened?

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Colorado Theater Shooting Survivor Sees ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ at Different Theater the Very Next Day

Sometimes in the wake of a tragic event, the only thing a person can do is just throw caution to the wind and continue to live life.

That is exactly what 16-year-old Justin Davis did – after less than a day since narrowly escaping the Aurora, Colorado theater shooting, the hardcore Batman fanatic got himself back in front of the big screen at another Colorado theater to finish ‘The Dark Knight Rises.’

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Does the Colorado Theater Shooting Affect Your View on Gun Control? – Survey of the Day

Gun control has always been a major issue of debate in America — right up alongside the more recently heated topics of abortion, same-sex marriage and health care — but the tragic shooting of 71 people during a Colorado theater’s showing of ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ has given this controversy a brand new spotlight.

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Colorado Theater Shooting UPDATE: James Holmes Faces Court Monday After Home Was Secured

James Holmes, the 24-year-old former graduate student suspected of opening fire at a Colorado movie theater’s midnight showing of ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ early Friday, is due in court Monday for an initial advisement.

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