Õõvastavad pildid! Politsei avaldas 2012. aasta kinotulistamise fotod

This July 2012 evidence photo, which the Arapahoe County District Attorney's Office released in response to open-records requests, shows the Colorado movie theater with bullet holes following the July 20, attack by James Holmes in Aurora, Colo. In August 2015, Holmes was sentenced to life in prison because jurors could not agree that he deserved the death penalty. (Arapahoe County District Attorney's Office via AP)

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2012. aastal Colorado osariigis Aurora linnas aset leidnud kinotulistamine lõppes 17 inimese surmaga. Nüüd on politsei avaldanud pildid sündmuspaigast.

This July 2012 evidence photo, which the Arapahoe County District Attorney's Office released in response to open-records requests shows, bloody napkins and overturned popcorn inside the Colorado movie theater following the July 20, attack by shooter James Holmes, in Aurora, Colo. In August 2015, Holmes was sentenced to life in prison because jurors could not agree that he deserved the death penalty. (Arapahoe County District Attorney's Office via AP)

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This July 2012 evidence photo, which the Arapahoe County District Attorney's Office released in response to open-records requests shows, a drink cup with bullet holes and marked as evidence inside the Colorado movie theater, following the July 20, attack by shooter James Holmes in Aurora, Colo. In August 2015, Holmes was sentenced to life in prison because jurors could not agree that he deserved the death penalty. (Arapahoe County District Attorney's Office via AP)

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This July 2012 evidence photo, which the Arapahoe County District Attorney's Office released in response to open-records requests, shows the car of Colorado theater shooter James Holmes, parked behind the movie theater following the shooting in Aurora, Colo. In August 2015, Holmes was sentenced to life in prison because jurors could not agree that he deserved the death penalty. (Arapahoe County District Attorney's Office via AP)

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This July 2012 evidence photo, which the Arapahoe County District Attorney's Office released in response to open-records requests, shows a Batman mask numbered for evidence inside the apartment of Colorado theater shooter James Holmes, in Aurora, Colo. In August 2015, Holmes was sentenced to life in prison because jurors could not agree that he deserved the death penalty. (Arapahoe County District Attorney's Office via AP)

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This July 2012 evidence photo, which the Arapahoe County District Attorney's Office released in response to open-records requests, shows homemade explosives in the apartment of Colorado theater shooter James Holmes, in Aurora, Colo. In August 2015, Holmes was sentenced to life in prison because jurors could not agree that he deserved the death penalty. (Arapahoe County District Attorney's Office via AP)

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This July 2012 evidence photo, which the Arapahoe County District Attorney's Office released in response to open-records requests, shows the Colorado movie theater with bullet holes following the July 20, attack by James Holmes in Aurora, Colo. In August 2015, Holmes was sentenced to life in prison because jurors could not agree that he deserved the death penalty. (Arapahoe County District Attorney's Office via AP)

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This July 2012 evidence photo, which the Arapahoe County District Attorney's Office released in response to open-records requests, shows blood at an exit of the theater following the July 20 shooting by James Holmes, in Aurora, Colo. In August 2015, Holmes was sentenced to life in prison because jurors could not agree that he deserved the death penalty. (Arapahoe County District Attorney's Office via AP)

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Tulistamine leidis aset filmi «The Dark Knight Rises» kesköise seansi ajal, kui James Eagan Holmes avas teiste inimeste pihta relvast tule. Tegemist on ühe ohvrirohkeima massitulistamisega USA-s.

Holmes ise arreteeriti kino vahetus läheduses ning mõisteti sel aastal eluks ajaks vangi.

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