People gather outside the Century 16 movie theatre in Aurora, Colo., at the scene of a mass shooting early Friday morning, July 20, 2012. (AP Photo/The Denver Post, Karl Gehring)
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Nine months after the Colorado theater shooter was sentenced to life in prison, some victims returned to the same courtroom Monday in hopes of holding the company that owns the suburban Denver movie theater accountable for not doing more to prevent his bloody rampage.In a civil lawsuit in state court, 28 victims and their families say Century Theaters should have had armed guards at the packed opening of the Batman film "The Dark Knight Rises" and alarms that would have sounded when James Holmes slipped into the darkened auditorium through an emergency exit and opened fire, killing 12 .The trial is the first to come from several civil lawsuits stemming from the attack, in which Holmes was also convicted of hurting 70 people.Holmes entered the theater and sat in the front by himself.
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