Theater Chain Seeks $700K Legal Fees From Shooting Victims, Families

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Cinemark, which owns the Aurora, Co., theater where 12 people were murdered in 2012, is seeking nearly $700,000 from several victims of the attack who unsuccessfully sued the theater chain, reports the Denver Post.

Cinemark filed a “bill of costs” for $699,187.13 in Arapahoe County District Court. Colorado court rules say the winning side in a civil case is allowed . . .

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