Colorado Shooter's Lawyers Visit Suspect's Apartment
Aurora, CO — The team of attorneys defending suspected Colorado movie theater killer James Holmes got a look at his apartment today.
Police say Holmes booby-trapped his Aurora home with more than 30 homemade grenades and 10 gallons of gasoline.
Investigators say the sophisticated setup inside the sparsely furnished third-floor, one-bedroom apartment was meant to harm, or possibly kill, anyone who entered.
Police say a possible explosion could have consumed the entire third floor of the building.
The homemade weapons have been removed and will be tested by the F-B-I.
Residents who live in this building were allowed to return home on Wednesday.
Holmes is accused of killing a dozen people and injuring 58 more when he opened fire during the midnight premiere of the Batman movie "The Dark Knight Rises."
The man who identified himself to police as "the Joker" will continue to be held without bond.
He will be formally charged July 30th.