REPORT: Suspected shooter's psychiatrist alerted threat assessment team about behavior
AURORA, Colo. -- The suspected shooter in the Aurora movie theater massacre is raising more questions about whether it could have been prevented.
ABC News has received exclusive reports that the psychiatrist that suspect James Holmes was seeing at the University of Colorado was part of the school's threat assessment team. And she had notified the team about her concern over Holmes' behavior.
But after Holmes dropped out of the PhD program the team never met because they did not think they had control over him once they left.
"I think that's the signal that you should intensify your efforts not walk away," Barry Spodak, a threat assessment expert, said. "Under those circumstances, most well-trained threat assessment teams would have gone into action."
The university's chancellor says they did everything they thought they could have done.