Eight hours ago, a gunman burst into a packed movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, tossed in a can of tear gas, and then opened fire. Those in the audience had lined up hours in advance to get seats for the world premier of the Batman movie, "The Dark Knight Rises." Many were dressed festively, in costume, but the movie and the evening ended in horror.
A gunman opened fire at 12:30 this morning at a multiplex theater in Aurora, a Denver suburb on the opening night of the latest Batman movie The Dark Knight Rises, killing 12 people and injuring at least 50 others.
Steve Inskeep speaks with witness Chayyiel Jackson
A midnight screening of the new Batman movie The Dark Knight Rises turned into a horribly real scene of death and destruction in Aurora, Colo., early Friday when a gunman opened fire on the audience killing 12.