Transcript for Aurora, Colorado Shooting: Heartbreaking Loss
news of another heartbreaking loss after the shooting at the movie theater a week ago. It comes as the young man accused in the attack prepares to face charges tomorrow. Abc's clayton sandell has the story. Reporter: For ashley moser's family tonight there is deep and double sorrow. Her daughter veronica just 6 years old was the youngest to die that night. She was loved everywhere she went, and she always wanteto be heard and wherever veronica was, you knew she was there. Reporter: Now veronica's grandmother says ashley, who was pregnant when she was shot several times, has suffered a miscarriage. It was because of stress. It was because of trauma. It was -- ashley has been through a lot. Her body was trying to mend other areas of herself. Reporter: On monday accused shooter james holmes will be in court to hear the charges against him including 12 counts of murder. While a grad student, holmes was a psychiatric patient, and while it's still early, the former head of the state public defender's office predicts holmes will claim insanity. Clearly what you're looking at is somebody who has serious mental health issues, and there's no question that that's what's being explored as we speak by those people representing him. Reporter: Anna moser says she will be at the courtroom tomorrow, and if she can talk to james holmes, knows exactly what she would tell him. How dare you. Who gave you the right? I don't care what your motive is. He knew what he was doing. And that's it. I want to see him -- I want to see justice. Reporter: Clayton sandell, abc news, aurora, colorado.
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