Relatives of victims of movie theater shooting speaking out
COLORADO -- Relatives of the victims in the July movie theater shooting in Colorado are speaking out and asking for help.
Relatives say the Aurora Victim Relief Fund has collected more than $5 million dollars but the money is not going to the right people.
The victims' families say "Giving First", that is the group running the fund, gave the money to local non-profits.
"Our families will continue to fight to delivere 100% of the monies collected for the victims to the victimes at the victims' directions, creating a process that shows an audit trail and complete transparency," Tom Teves, the father of victim Alex Teves.
The group's website says money has gone to help with funeral, legal and medical services for the victims.