Reports reveal that James Holmes’ psychiatrist had warned the University that he was a threat to others.
A report has revealed that the psychiatrist treating James Holmes warned colleagues on a University of Colorado safety committee that her patient might be a threat to others – long before the tragic cinema shooting.
The psychiatrist Dr. Lynne Fenton, apparently discussed Holmes with a team that assesses possible on-campus threats (which comprises several members of the Behavioral Evaluation and Threat Assessment team) in June, about six weeks before he allegedly killed 12 people and wounded 58 in a midnight screening of “The Dark Knight Rises”.
Despite her fears and warnings, the university didn’t take any action especially after the 24-year-old suddenly dropped out of a Ph.D neuroscience program.
It has come out that on the same day Holmes quit the University of Colorado (June 7) he went out and purchased an assault rifle.