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jurors deciding the fate of colorado movie massacre gunman james holmes beginning deliberations wednesday , the lead prosecutor in closing arguments thing the twenty seven year old came into the theater and suburban denver with mass murder on his , his voice cracking as he showed pictures of the victims , you're going to have to forgive me here i thought i could do this without , holmes is accused of the july twenty twelve shooting rampage at a midnight screening of the batman movie in aurora colorado killing twelve people and injuring another seventy , the state called more than two hundred witnesses during the trial hoping to portray homes as a calculating and deliberate executioner , but the defense argued he was not guilty by reason of insanity , with its starbucks concluding homes with schizophrenic and heard voices telling him to , the evidence is clear , that he could not , that he could not control his action , and he could not control his perception , reuters daniel wallace is covering the trial holmes himself showed little reaction throughout the trial during the closing arguments he stared straight ahead , israeli interacted with his attorneys and barely acknowledges his parents' i'll even bought who've been in court throughout most of the trial prosecutors will seek the death penalty if homes is found guilty