Colorado Shooting Suspect's Dating Records Can Be Used at Trial

A judge ruled that James Holmes' profile can be shown in his trial for the Aurora theater shooting.
0:34 | 11/08/13

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James Holmes lost a legal battle over his online dating. He of course stands accused of shooting -- a Colorado movie theater killing twelve people and wounding seventy. He signed up for tomb dating web sites before the shooting. And posted six chilling words. Will you visit me in prison. As lawyers whose homes as a constitutional right to privacy but a judge. Said now prosecutors say what Holmes did on the dating sites answers questions about his mental state. He's pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.

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