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COs say James Holmes wants to know how Batman movie ends

Holmes reportedly asked a jailhouse worker ‘Did you see the movie?’ and nearly got slapped for it

By Matthew Lysiak and Larry Mcshane
The New York Daily News

AURORA, Colo. — James Holmes, accused of killing a dozen people at a midnight screening of “The Dark Knight Rises,” wants to know how the film ended.

“Did you see the movie?” a creepy-sounding Holmes asked a stunned jail worker during a bizarre exchange Tuesday. “How does it end?”

Holmes, his eyes glazed and his voice flat, repeated the question when the worker ignored him, according to another jail employee who witnessed the incident in the infirmary.

Holmes, a 24-year-old ex-honor student, “was trying to look like he was sincerely curious,” the witness recounted to the Daily News.

 

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