Hospital Releases 2 Shooting Victims

    Medical staff and visitors look out the window as US President Barack Obama's motorcade arrives at the University of Colorado Hospital in Aurora, Colorado, July 22, 2012, for a visit with family members of the victims of last week's shootings at a movie theater in Aurora.     AFP PHOTO/Saul LOEB        (Photo credit should read SAUL LOEB/AFP/GettyImages)

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    Colorado hospitals on Monday released two more of the victims of the deadly shooting spree that wounded 58 and killed 12. The University of Colorado Hospital said one of its patients had been discharged, while nine remain there—including five in critical condition. The Medical Center of Aurora also discharged a patient, while still having five patients in the center, two in critical condition. Meanwhile, the University of Colorado defended academic and personal support given to the suspect, James Holmes, 24, while he was a student there. Holmes received $171,024 from the National Institute of Health in his first year of the Ph.D program at CU, of which $26,000 is set aside for “personal expenses.”

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