I have been hearing, from the beginning, about the question of a second person helping the shooter in Aurora. I figured, at least, the inquiry should be aired here. If posted, a forum for your thoughts on the matter of multiple individuals involved in the shooting at the midnight showing of The Dark Knight Rises in Theater #9 at the Century 16 in Aurora, Colorado, could be put to rest. Or opened for further discussion.
Was this red dawn caused by a conspiracy of two or more people?
Then there is the strange business of Yeom Pyo Lee.
On Saturday, July 21, 2012, in Aurora-Denver, Colorado, allegedly Yeom Pyo Lee (shown above), a fellow PhD student of James Holmes at the University of Colorado, made a phone call to police threatening violence if James Holmes was not released from police custody. According to KDVR, “someone called from [his] phone and threatened violence if Holmes is not released.” Although the call came from Yeom’s phone, police were unable to determine if he was the one who made the actual call. After receiving the threatening phone call, police began to question whether or not James acted alone. Police questioned Yeom on July 21, but determined, "There is no reason to believe that he is involved." (Source.)
There are now four witnesses that have stated very clearly, that they saw four different persons. All were dressed differently. Smoke cannisters came from both sides of the room. I might add that the detailed description has been good enough for the prosecutor to motion the court to "seal" the case. The police chief has clearly stated that Holmes is the lone person...Next - Tucson, Arizona: Second person identified on film with Jared Loughner, many times. Holmes did not know how to clear the AR-15. He would have transitioned to the pistols.