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Topic - David Sanchez
With their anger and tears stirred by the sight of James Holmes in a courtroom with red hair and glassy eyes, the families of those killed in the Colorado theater massacre now must go home to plan their final goodbyes.
David Sanchez said that would be the appropriate punishment if Holmes is convicted.
He said Medley and her husband, Caleb, 23, waited a year to watch the movie.