Movie massacre suspect ‘sent’ chilling notebook to psychiatrist before attack 25 Jul 2012 James Holmes, the accused gunman in last Friday’s midnight movie massacre in Colorado, [allegedly] mailed a notebook “full of details about how he was going to kill people” to a University of Colorado psychiatrist before the attack, but the parcel sat unopened in a mailroom for as long as a week before its discovery Monday, a law enforcement source told Police and FBI agents were called to the University of Colorado Anschutz medical campus in Aurora on Monday morning after the psychiatrist, who is also a professor at the school, reported receiving a package believed to be from the suspect. Although that package turned out to be from someone else and harmless, a search of the Campus Services’ mailroom turned up another package sent to the psychiatrist with Holmes’ name in the return address, the source told A second law enforcement source said authorities got a warrant from a county judge and took the package away Monday night.

DHS-FBI 17 May 2012 Memo: ‘Terrorists’ Interest in Attacking Theaters and Similar Mass Gatherings’ Posted by Lori Price, 23 Jul 2012 On 17 May 2012, the Department of Homeland Security and Federal Bureau of Investigation issued a warning regarding possible attacks to US movie theaters. The release, ‘Terrorists’ Interest in Attacking Theaters and Similar Mass Gatherings,’ has been saved by Citizens For Legitimate Government (CLG) as the memo appears to have been pulled by the DHS/FBI. The warning was issued in collaboration with the Interagency Threat Assessment and Coordination Group. The memo includes the following warning. ‘(U//FOUO) An early April 2012 suicide bombing of a theater in Somalia and a violent extremist communication advocating attacks on US theaters highlight terrorists’ continued interest in attacking such venues. Although we have no specific or credible information indicating that terrorists plan to attack theaters in the United States, terrorists may seek to emulate overseas attacks on theaters here in the United States because they have the potential to inflict mass casualties and cause local economic damage.’– from CLG News