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Accused movie theater shooter James Holmes (left) makes his first court appearance at the Arapahoe County Courthouse with his public defender Tamara Brady on July 23, 2012 in Centennial, Colorado.According to police, Holmes committed one of the worst mass shootings in American history, killing 12 people and injuring 58 when he opened fire on a movie theater showing the premier of 'The Dark Knight Rises'.
Holmes is accused of opening fire on a theater full of people attending the midnight premier of "The Dark Knight Rises." “It’s pretty scary getting matched to a mass murderer,” the woman, identified as Diana, told TMZ, according to the New York Post.He received a federal grant from the National Institutes of Health to work on his Ph. there. In 2012, his academic performance declined, and he scored poorly on the comprehensive exam in the spring. However, Holmes was in the process of withdrawing from the university. Holmes and his family were regular attendees of their local Presbyterian church. In the summer of 2008, Holmes worked as a counselor at a residential summer camp in Glendale, California, that catered to needy children aged 7–14.There he was responsible for 10 children and had no disciplinary problems. In Aurora, he lived on Paris Street in a one-bedroom apartment, in a building with other students involved in health studies. In his rental application, he described himself as "quiet and easygoing". He left few digital footprints, other than a university email address, an old Myspace photo, a dating profile on Match.com, and a profile on Adult Friend Finder, as well as a resume at the employment website  Holmes is suspected of having killed 12 and wounded 58 in the 2012 Aurora, Colorado, USA cinema shooting, on July 20, 2012, with multiple guns after setting off several gas or smoke canisters.By June 2012 he was in trouble with his studies, failing an oral exam which was a key part of his Ph D. He then dropped out of university completely and began seeing a psychiatrist.He also joined a gun club and recorded a message on his answer machine which sounded like The Joker from the Batman films.