6-Year-Old Confirmed Youngest Fatality In 'Dark Knight' Shooting

Sat, July 21, 2012 10:34pm EDT by 10 Comments
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Jane

Posted at 4:48 PM on July 22, 2012  

This tragedy makes us realize how sort life is and how quick you can be taken from it. How wonderful to know that there are still heros in the world. My thoughts and prayers go out to the victim’s families. I can’t imagine having to go throught something so horrific.

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Mina Roquelle

Posted at 1:34 PM on July 22, 2012  

This stories really touched my heart,especially the ones where a boy protects his girl.That is called a true love :(

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Nicholas Kaufman

Posted at 4:54 AM on July 22, 2012  

This is so sad. I saw the midnight screening of The Dark Knight Rises in my town, and I enjoyed it so much. I never would have thought this was going on in Colorado. Little does James Holmes know, unlike the victims who are now resting peacefully in Heaven, when he dies, he will burn for eternity in a dark pit of fire.

Rest in peace to all who lost their lives from this terrible tragedy. Let’s forget about the mad man who did this, and focus our thoughts on those we lost, and their families. They won’t be forgotten, but the mad man will. Let’s start now by forgetting his name, he is nothing more than a pathetic psychopath.

God bless

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Janice

Posted at 1:36 AM on July 22, 2012  

If you have no family members, then pay for a babysitter. Unfortunately, parents of infants and/or young children cannot just do everything that their peers can, like midnight movies, because they gave up those freedoms when they became parents. If you cannot afford a babysittter, then tough luck. Your children did not ask to be born into an environment where their hearing and brain waves are affected by the movie’s noise and violence.

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Snakewoman

Posted at 7:43 PM on July 29, 2012  

Janice, you are right. The movie was much too adult for the little girl under any circumstances. Plus, she should have been home in bed, safely asleep.

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Sunday

Posted at 12:19 AM on July 22, 2012  

I feel so sorry. Such a bad day :(

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Sammy

Posted at 11:39 PM on July 21, 2012  

Simple horrible :( my thoughts are with all affected by this tragedy!

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nina

Posted at 11:23 PM on July 21, 2012  

THESE are the stories I want to read–about those who lived and died with so much courage and who loved and were loved. I’m so sick of hearing about the pos shooter, he should be given no attention and all the attention should be on the victims!

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Lou

Posted at 11:20 PM on July 21, 2012  

Such a tragedy. It’s really frustrating that people like Holmes can turn a place of entertainment, like a movie theater, into a pain and loss in a family’s heart.
You are all in heaven, angels! Rest easy.

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krystal stewart

Posted at 11:13 PM on July 21, 2012  

Prayers for all of you that lost someone that day

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