Bat Memories

There’s nothing to add to the disturbing story out of Aurora, Colorado, two weeks ago. No amount of television analysis or special edition tabloid coverage can fill the void to help us understand. It was simply a tragic massacre accomplished at the hands of a man-child whose final sentence, by all rights, should begin with each affected family having 10 minutes of unsupervised “alone time” with him. Because the people who lost friends and family on that evening will never …

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One comment on “Bat Memories

  1. Billy Moore on said:

    My 15 year old son and I went to the Batman movie two days after the shooting. During the movie an usher came and stood in the corner for a few minutes. After a couple of minutes you could hear people start mumbling who is that person. My son told me if something happened that the exit to the right is where we were going. Our hearts go out to the victims, which extend to everyone who was there or knew someone who was there. I hope our courts will send a strong message and a swift one. Unfortunately the odds are against it.

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