The university where the Aurora shooting suspect went to school most recently
released his photo Friday.
James Holmes, 24, withdrew from classes at the University
of Colorado School of Medicine in Denver this past spring. Holmes is accused of
killing a dozen people when he fired into a crowded movie theater in the Denver
Holmes was living in the Denver area while he went
to school, but his parents live in the San Diego area. A California woman who
identified herself as Holmes' mother, told ABC News her son was likely the
alleged culprit, saying, "You have the right person."
The woman, contacted at her home in San Diego, spoke
briefly with ABC News and immediately expressed concern her son may be involved
in the shooting death of at least 12 people overnight.
"You have the right person," she said, apparently speaking
on gut instinct. "I need to call the police... I need to fly out to Colorado."
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