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In late June he began equipping himself with a helmet, gas mask and body armour, the witnesses said.
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since his arrest outside the theatre in the Denver suburb of Aurora immediately after the shootings, they have portrayed him as a man with serious mental problems prone to bizarre behaviour.
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"He just sat in the courtroom pretty much delighted. He was smiling. He was smirking," she said.
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Prosecutors developed twin themes at the hearing: the horror and devastation of the attack, and a weekslong process in which they alleged Holmes planned and prepared for the assault.
Caren Teves, mother of Alex and wife of Tom Teves, said she saw Holmes smile when his self portraits were shown in court.
Holmes is due to be arraigned Friday, but his defence attorneys filed papers Thursday afternoon saying he's not ready to enter a plea. They are likely to appear in court Friday to ask for the arraignment to be delayed.
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Also in early July, he took some interior and exterior photos of the theatre, witnesses said.
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In early July, they testified, he began buying fuses, gunpowder, chemicals and electronics to booby trap his apartment in hopes of triggering an explosion and fire to divert police from the theatre. The bombs never went off.
Many legal analysts have said they expect the case to end with a plea bargain rather than a trial.
Sylvester's ruling came after a three day hearing earlier this week, in which prosecutors laid out their case against Holmes, 25.
If found not guilty by reason of insanity, Holmes could conceivably be released someday if he is deemed to have recovered.
Judge William Sylvester said prosecutors have established probable cause to proceed with 166 felony counts, including first degree murder after deliberation, first degree murder with extreme indifference and attempted murder. He ordered that Holmes continue to be held without bail
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DENVER A judge ruled late Thursday that there's enough evidence for James Holmes to face trial on charges that he killed 12 people and injured 70 others in a Colorado movie theatre last summer.
The officers also described a hellish scene inside the theatre on July 20, when 12 people were shot to death before their families and friends' eyes and scores of others were wounded amid a din of gunshots, screams and the blaring soundtrack of "The Dark Knight Rises."
A succession of police and federal agents testified that Holmes spent weeks amassing guns and ammunition, concocted explosives to booby trap his apartment and scouted the movie theatre where he would allegedly unleash a horrific attack on hundreds of terrified people.
Two officers were overcome by emotion when they testified about the chaos in the theatre and the race to get victims to hospitals by police cars until ambulances could arrive. Other testimony included the names and injuries of the victims, read out one by one.
The preliminary hearing, which ended Wednesday, was designed to determine whether prosecutors' case is strong enough to put Holmes on trial.
"He picked the perfect venue for this crime," prosecutor Karen Pearson said.
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Holmes' lawyers called no witnesses and cross examined only a few of those summoned by prosecutors during the hearing. But they pointedly raised the issue of Holmes' sanity at strategic moments, possibly foreshadowing a defence that some believe is his best hope to avoid the death penalty.
On Wednesday, Pearson showed a series of photos that investigators said Holmes took of himself hours before the massacre. In one, he glares through black contact lenses, sticking out his tongue, as two locks of his orange dyed hair curl out on either side of his head like horns.
Prosecution witnesses also testified that Holmes started assembling an arsenal in early May and by July 6 had two semi automatic pistols, a shotgun, a semi automatic rifle, 6,200 rounds of ammunition and high capacity magazines that allow a shooter to fire more rounds without stopping to reload.
"Don't pretend he's crazy," Teves said Wednesday. "He's not crazy. He's no more crazy than you and I."
Tom Teves, whose son Alex was among the dead, said he would rather see Holmes plead guilty to first degree murder, avoiding a traumatic trial, bringing a life sentence and closing the door to an insanity defence.
grounds of insanity?" defence attorney Daniel King asked one witness.
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