FILE - In this Friday, July 20, 2012 file photo, Judy Goos, left, hugs her daughter's friend, Isaiah Bow, 20, an eyewitnesses, as Terrell Wallin, 20, right, looks on, outside Gateway High School where witnesses were brought for questioning after a gunman opened fire at the midnight premiere of the "Dark Knight Rises" movie in Aurora, Colo. After fleeing the theater, Bow returned to find his girlfriend who turned out to be safe. "Very stupid I know, But I didn't want to leave her in there," says Bow. (AP Photo/Barry Gutierrez)

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FILE - In this Friday, July 20, 2012 file photo, Judy Goos, left, hugs her daughter's friend, Isaiah Bow, 20, an eyewitnesses, as Terrell Wallin, 20, right, looks on, outside Gateway High School where witnesses were brought for questioning after a gunman opened fire at the midnight premiere of the "Dark Knight Rises" movie in Aurora, Colo. After fleeing the theater, Bow returned to find his girlfriend who turned out to be safe. "Very stupid I know, But I didn't want to leave her in there," says Bow. (AP Photo/Barry Gutierrez)
FILE - In this Friday, July 20, 2012 file photo, Judy Goos, left, hugs her daughter's friend, Isaiah Bow, 20, an eyewitnesses, as Terrell Wallin, 20, right, looks on, outside Gateway High School where witnesses were brought for questioning after a gunman opened fire at the midnight premiere of the "Dark Knight Rises" movie in Aurora, Colo. After fleeing the theater, Bow returned to find his girlfriend who turned out to be safe. "Very stupid I know, But I didn't want to leave her in there," says Bow. (AP Photo/Barry Gutierrez)
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