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Controlled detonation in suspect's apt.

CNN's Randi Kaye tracks the progress explosives experts are making at the Aurora shooting suspect's rigged home.

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  1. melissa

    Anderson lets's keep it Honest! I have always loved you and followed all major events with you. This is the first time I felt like you were speachless . I do believe you wanted to pay respect to the victims and the family. It is time to be you again and raise the questions!!!!!!!! I can't but You can ! What Nuero study was he dealing with what Drugs was he given during these Trials??? He was dazed and confused in court and you made no comment! I believe in Evil and IO believe in Mental Illness but there is NO WAY I believe that either of the two had anything to do with this assault .I know that this was something far deeper then people want to discuss. What study was he undergoing why was he made a human guinea pig??

    July 24, 2012 at 6:04 am |
  2. Daniel Arguedas

    Hi Mr. Cooper, my name is Daniel Arguedas, I currently am an actor in Los Angeles. I usually follow your program very closely. These last few I have been following the development of the story of the horrible tragedy in Colorado. I just wanted to say how my thoughts and prayers are with everyone in Aurora Colorado, and how about if instead of looking at gun control. We start focusing more on mental health and physiological or psychiatric well being of every student?
    Just a thought that we might want to consider for the continued well being of our great nation.

    July 24, 2012 at 4:03 am |
  3. Pat DeBonnett

    Anderson Cooper, thank you for the wonderful tribute to the innocent victims of this sensless act against fellow human beings. Thank you for focusing on the the victims, survivors and their families. I hope the media will stop showing the image of individuals that perpetrate such violent acts. If the media feel they must show an image, the image should be obscured to not provide the individual the benefit of any recognition if alive or deceased. If it avoids just one future copy cat, it will be worth it. These moments in time demonstrate how vulnerable everyone can be to such violent acts. I pray the multi media will give serious consideration to this recommendation.

    July 24, 2012 at 2:08 am |