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Colorado theater massacre trial can be televised, judge rules
Colorado theater massacre trial can be televised, judge rules

The trial of the man accused of shooting and killing 12 people and injuring dozens more in a packed Colorado movie theater can be televised on a closed-circuit feed, a state judge ruled Tuesday. But strict regulations accompany the ruling. District Judge Carlos Samour said James E. Holmes' trial can be broadcast but only with a single, remote-control-operated camera already in use in the courtroom, according to court documents. The camera will not be allowed to zoom in or out without the judge’s permission and will not show the jury. In addition, no newspaper photographers will be allowed to take photos during the trial, Samour ruled. Photos will have to be taken...

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