Nearly six weeks before the Colorado theater mass shooting, the university psychiatrist treating accused gunman James Holmes alerted the school's threat-assessment team that he might pose a danger to others, KMGH-TV is reporting.
The ABC affiliate, citing unnamed sources, writes on its site that Lynne Fenton, who helped create the University of Colorado's Behavioral Evaluation and Threat Assessment team, "contacted several members of the BETA team in separate conversations" about Holmes during the first 10 days of June.
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