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Topic - Juan Carlos Rivera
The three 18-year-olds, friends since middle school, are about to go off separately to college this fall. But on Sunday, these avid fans of the Batman film franchise had no doubt where they wanted to be: together, at the movies, watching "The Dark Knight Rises."
Meyer added that he didn't think the content of the movie had anything to do with the crime: "You can't really attribute the actions of a nut to the movies," he said.
"It looks like it was an isolated incident," Rivera said of the mass shooting.