Lawyers in Theater Shooting Trial Make Final Appeals to Jury

James Holmes was legally sane when he entered a packed movie theater armed with an assault rifle, a shotgun and a pistol, intent on killing as many people as he could, a prosecutor told jurors Tuesday in closing arguments at the gunman's trial. District Attorney George Brauchler said, "That guy was sane beyond a reasonable doubt, and he needs to be held accountable for what he did." But defense lawyer Daniel King countered that Holmes was controlled by his schizophrenia, saying, "The mental illness caused this to happen."