Evidence from a shooting in July in a Colorado movie theater, that killed 12 movie-goers and wounded 58, will be made public for the first time at a hearing next week, prosecutors said today.
Prosecutors told Sylvester they plan to present DVDs, photographs and 911 calls at the hearing, which could last a week. With much of the evidence in the case under seal so far, the hearing will be the first time that some details in the case will be publicly released.
Originally posted by JarheadFidelis
reply to post by tinhattribunal
Seeing as how they have had plenty of time to alter the evidence, I doubt we'll see anything new. Or that any truth will come out. There are a lot of unanswered questions in this case that I feel they'll never answer.
Originally posted by GhostLancer
I imagine anything released will only support the official story. They won't release anything that alters the set chain of events, just like with the Pentagon. All of that surveillance video confiscated and years later the public gets three frames that show absolutely NOTHING new. I am not suggesting there is a conspiracy concerning the Colorado shooting, but if there were and they were going to release video and other evidence, you can imagine that any new info released will not change anything that has been established.