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James Holmes sits with defense attorney Tamara Brady during his arraignment in district court in Centennial, Colo., on March 12. Court documents made public Thursday say a psychiatrist at the University of Colorado, Denver who had treated Holmes told a campus police officer a month before the deadly assault at a theater that Holmes was dangerous and had homicidal thoughts. (AP Photo/Denver Post, RJ Sangosti, Pool)

School faces new questions in Colorado massacre

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CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) -- New questions are confronting the university that Colorado theater shooting suspect James Holmes attended amid disclosures that a psychiatrist warned campus police a month before the deadly assault that Holmes was dangerous and had homicidal thoughts.

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Susan Lunneborg
Susan Lunneborg is news editor of the West Central Tribune. She joined the staff in Willmar in 1999 and has been a newspaper journalist for nearly 20 yearsShe can be reached directly at the email linked here, but for the most timely response, please send news releases to the Tribune's general news email: news@wctrib.com.
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