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Aurora massacre survivors sued. How did 4 end up owing the theater $700,000?

They had survived brain damage, paralysis and the deaths of their children. For four years, they met in secret as a group. Now, they were finally prepared to settle with the Aurora movie theater that became the site of one of the deadliest massacres in U.S. history. Marcus Weaver kept a calm facade,...

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