A lawsuit was filed Tuesday, just a few days after the largest mass shooting in the history of the United States, blaming the theater, the doctors of James Holmes, and the film studio Warner Bros. Torrence Brown, Jr. was in Century 16 Theater when James Holmes started his killing spree. Brown was not injured although one of his best friends, A.J. Boik, was fatally shot in the chest. Brown claims to be suffering from extreme trauma.
Brown’s attorney, Donald Karpel, told TMZ that the theater was negligent. The emergency exit door in the front had no alarm and was not guarded. Many believe that Holmes purchased a ticket, entered the theater, propped open the emergency exit from the inside, and then went to his car and returned with four guns.
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