James Holmes: Timeline of CU e-mails in twelve hours after shooting shows confusion, fear
Just before 9 a.m., Jenny-Lynn Ellis, a counselor at the CU-Denver Counseling Center and a key member of the Behavioral Evaluation and Threat Assessment Team, e-mailed colleagues "on the off chance he was a client of ours." It would later be revealed that a psychiatrist who was seeing Holmes reported him to the BETA Team.
Kennedy soon sent an e-mail to faculty and students "to meet at 10 a.m. to discuss James Holmes." She asked that they not post anything on Facebook or Twitter.
E-mails from the media began to pour in after 9 a.m.
At 9:30 a.m., molecular biology professor Lee Niswander sent an e-mail to a colleague wondering if Holmes had been kicked out of the neuroscience program.
By then, the media was reaching out to professors who knew Holmes. One of the first to be inundated with interview requests was associate professor Jason Tregellas, in whose class Holmes had reportedly done a presentation on "MicroRNA Biomarkers."
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