HUFFINGTONPOST.COM - The university once attended by a man accused of killing 12 people in a Colorado movie theater confirmed on Wednesday that it received a suspicious package two days earlier that was turned over to authorities, but it wouldn't confirm its contents or sender.
The University of Colorado, Denver said the U.S. Postal Service delivered the package to its medical campus Monday, and it was immediately investigated and turned over to authorities within hours.
Fox News' website reported that former neuroscience graduate
student James Holmes sent a notebook to the university containing
scribblings of stick figures being shot and a written description of an
upcoming attack. The package containing it was addressed to a
psychiatrist at the school, the website reported. It was unclear if
Holmes, 24, had had any previous contact with the person. The
neuroscience program that he withdrew from on June 10 included
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