Sunday, July 22, 2012

Bomb disposal crews took the potentially deadly chemicals recovered from James Holmes' suburban Denver apartment to a secure area in Arapahoe County.

Officers Saturday set off detonating some of the chemicals installed at the home of 24-year-old massacre suspect James Holmes.

Bomb disposal crews took the potentially deadly chemicals out to a secure area in Arapahoe County, Colorado in what is called a counter-charge, detonating the chemicals safely by first burying them and then setting them off with diesel fuel.

Earlier today, emergency workers cautiously worked at Holmes’ apartment, which was ‘mind-bogglingly- rigged to kill first responders.

Footage taken by CBS Denver shows one spire of flame, then another, rising from the ground. The crews have buried the chemicals and placed bricks around the site to be as guarded as possible.

Authorities would not say exactly where the site was in hopes that people would remain safe and not seek out the site of the potentially deadly chemicals. Read More