Aurora Theater Shooter’s Notebook Released in Its Entirety

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Booking photograph from July 20, 2012 of James Eagan Holmes. Accused of killing 12 in Aurora, Colorado Theater Shooting. The man accused of shooting into a packed movie theater made his first court appearance July 23, 2012, giving the public its first look at the 24-year-old former doctoral candidate since his arrest moments after the gunfire ended early July 20, 2012.       James E. Holmes, his hair dyed various shades of orange, looked downward, then straight ahead. He sat without blinking for long periods. At times, his eyes fluttered, then squeezed tight and reopened in a blank stare. Occasionally, his eyebrows arched over several days of stubble, giving his face a mournful mien.       But the dazed-looking man who identified himself to police as "The Joker," dressed in a maroon jumpsuit over a white T-shirt, gave little indication that he was paying attention to the courtroom procedure that ensured he will continue to be held without bond.

CENTENNIAL, Colo. — Exhibits from Tuesday’s court proceedings in the Aurora theater trial released Wednesday include a copy of the infamous notebook kept by James Holmes, the admitted gunman in the July 20, 2012 attack that left 12 dead and 70 others wounded.

The notebook was detailed in testimony from Aurora police Sgt. Matthew Fyles on Day 18 of the trial on Tuesday — testimony that can be seen in its entirety.

Jurors were also given a copy of the notebook that can be viewed in the PDF viewer below.

Preceding in the notebook in the PDF viewer are the rest of the trial exhibits released by the court Wednesday.

Those exhibits include a slew of PayPal receipts for theater shooting weapons, as well as diagrams of the theater shooting from survivors Zackary Golditch and Lasamoa Cross.

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