A jury convicted James Holmes in 2015 in the Aurora, Co., movie theater shooting rampage. The jury sentenced him to life in prison for killing 12 people and wounding dozens of others. Not long after that, Holmes effectively disappeared. His location was not publicly known for nearly two years after officials transferred him to a prison outside Colorado and refused to say where he was being held, which angered survivors of the attack and prosecutors alike. This week, that question . . .
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