Skip to comments.Bomb squads prepare to enter Colo. suspect's apt
Posted on 07/21/2012 12:16:02 PM PDT by Free ThinkerNY
AURORA, Colo. (AP) Authorities on Saturday began the intricate process of disarming booby traps in the apartment of the suspect behind the Colorado movie theater rampage, hoping to find clues inside to the motive for the shootings without causing an explosion that could destroy key evidence.
Scores of law enforcement officials, including bomb squad technicians and dozens of federal agents, removed one trip wire and one explosive device inside James Holmes' apartment Saturday, and "other devices" are in there, Aurora police Sgt. Cassidee Carlson said.
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Explosion at the apartment
I’d sure like to know WHICH WINDOW they’re using to enter the apartment! I’m sure the floor plan is pretty standard, so WHY can’t they tell us????
Kiss that security deposit goodbye.
Watching fox. Maybe a bedroom?
Looks like dining area window
“Some days you just can’t get rid of a bomb...”
>destroy key evidence
How much more evidence do they need to put this loony away for life? There is some serious stupid entrenched in our justice system.
“They may be drinkers, Robin, but they are still human beings.”
You don’t want to know if there are conspirators?
Explosion was LEOs blowing out window frame for better access.
why not just cut through the interior wall with a razor knife? It’s just drywall on wood studs.
I’d love to have an image of his computer’s hard drive to play with.
The press calls Holmes a “suspect” yet the media is more brazen in their portrayal of Zimmerman as a “murderer”.
I’ve read reports indicating that neighbors believe he tried to lure someone in to set it off. The front door was left unlocked, and techno music was left playing very loudly set on repeat, until 1:00 AM, when it shut off.
The neighbor lady in the apartment below him went up to ask him to turn down the music. She was interviewed and said the door was cracked but for some reason she didn’t push it open. That was her lucky day.
I’m surprised the name of the song hasn’t been made known, given the apparently highly symbolic nature of other actions taken. I suspect there was an intended “message” there. A lot of deliberation and planning, here, rather obsessively detailed. That sort of mindset wouldn’t throw on just any old techno.
I’m watching Fox too, and they have interviewed the couple who live below a couple of times. Seems like the logical question would be to ask them since the floorplan is the same. FRUSTRATING!
“Sympathy for the devil”