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And -- into court documents revealing a psychiatrist he.
Treated James Holmes -- University of Colorado police he had homicidal spots a month before you weren't movie -- shooting.
According to these records the psychiatrist also told police that Holmes had threatened and harassed her via email and text messages.
Campus police are not commenting on the developments.
In the days after the attack they said -- never had any contact with Holmes was a graduate student at school.
A member of a white supremacist gang is in custody tonight being questioned in connection with the murder of Colorado prisons chief Tom Clements last month.
Police aren't saying whether 47 year old James -- is -- subject but he is believed to be connected to and then.
31 year old James need another known associate of the white supremacist prison gang to eleven crew.
Is still at large and -- -- for questioning police say he is considered armed and dangerous.
We'll another bizarre twist in the -- areas murder trial testimony centers on a fairy tale character -- domestic violence expert was questioned about a presentation she gave which.
Found that Snow White was a battered women.
The prosecution pressed her about finding -- in situations she is unfamiliar with including -- Things got heated when a prosecutor asked about the experts and valuation techniques.
You interview them you ask questions.
You do an assessment so when you're interviewing you're not talking right.
Martinez six my question is are you talking.
-- are you angry at me.
-- Is that important take.
Please refrain from lacking in the courtroom.
Are staying let's get some perspective on all of these cases please to welcome Arthur I -- criminal defense attorney and Fox News contributor.
And criminal defense attorney former prosecutor Marla -- got seek.
-- welcome to both of you let's start Arthur with this with this prosecutor in the -- areas -- bit aggressive for the prosecutor it seems like.
He's over the top if you need to -- this asserted at this point.
In all of my paid legal analyst work here at fox I'm trying not to armchair quarterback of this case is gone for ever so I have no choice.
When you're a prosecutor as I was that you need to be as professional.
And it's never supposed to be personal just the way you are lord when you're reporting the news Judy you've got to believe emotionally invested -- an -- reporting the news.
At this woman who is it professionals -- you're supposed to give our courtesy.
-- not treating -- that way number one.
Number -- she's domestic violence expert he's -- man she's it would reduce screaming at each other and that's why those observers cracked up because.
That is the attack that's -- he's taken -- worked with the jury or not we will find out probably Memorial Day when they actually come to a brokered.
You race so many great points about this case Mara let me get you to weigh in on it what you think -- the prosecutor's strategy and tactics this here is the over the top.
I completely agree with -- other that he is definitely over the top I think.
That pressure ration -- this case is that plane -- shying wearing -- Martinez he's been entrapped or three weeks now he's frustrated that the defense is putting on.
Defense expert that talks about -- child in this game is so I think that he is a crash and -- the warranted but they can -- -- adding that some terrorists.
So getting back to mechanics of this case are -- this domestic violence expert has said she believes that -- Ares wasn't abusive relationship with Travis Alexander.
Does that get her any more leeway in terms of avoiding death penalty.
If Jodi arias testified better than -- It made.
If she said.
Because if she does not because of the repeated abuse I was about a woman therefore -- and -- the -- -- that yes she suffers from battered woman syndrome.
So this guy coming up -- stands out more than the average person ever she acted the way she did.
As you shouldn't get the death penalty yes -- -- by the majority -- she said I wasn't afraid.
All right so let's move on because I think you're just exhausted by this are better at.
But so -- let me get to address -- -- -- in the James Holmes movie theater massacre of more and more depressing it's such a tragedy specially now that we're learning that he psychiatrist who is evaluating James Holmes.
Colorado campus police that he was a threat to them could morn -- done what's gonna happen with this information.
I think that there's -- -- pointing happening here because authorities were notified which.
Under the duties at a psychiatrist if -- found are told that some of going to harm someone or murdered someone you do have an ethical obligation to tell mom -- -- so now.
This huge tragedy -- that potentially could have been prevented.
So I think that's going to look poorly on that campus authorities.
And potentially any other law enforcement agencies our form does it give James Holmes any sympathy will he be able to plead insanity or -- -- that defense.
He's going to be you have probably heading in that direction you know he has offered to plead guilty and spend the rest of his life in jail.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- and -- well here's -- no way we're going to -- I would hope the prosecutors did some sort of questioning of the of the deceased badly.
And are abiding by -- which wishes because I would prefer him just to go on a box lets them see and hear from him again as opposed to do.
There's going to be a trial for another another year or so.
We we will see.
You know which direction this case goes and right now is your kids we're heading in the direction we try to expert analysis thank you so much -- -- right -- and mark that you cocky but.
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