NPR and other news organizations want access to case files, including a notebook that Holmes reportedly sent to a university psychiatrist before withdrawing from the school that may have described an attack.Near the end of the report, John Zacker, head of the University of Maryland's Behavior Evaluation and Threat Assessment team made this comment when noting Holmes was apparently denied entry to a shooting range after the owner was "alarmed by his behavior":
The University of Colorado is now reviewing whether there was more they could have done to prevent the shooting. Officials are not commenting on reports that concerns about the suspect were brought to the university's threat assessment team.
"Geez, shouldn't you report that?" he asks. "Why should we place greater scrutiny on the college campus administrators than we do for this shooting range, who observed bizarre behavior?None of the reports this writer saw says anything about the range observing anything, just a strange or weird message on the shooter's voice mail. This report from the Denver News states:
And this report from Politico also mentions the voice mail but nothing that was observed: