COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The latest on the case against Colorado Planned Parenthood shooter Robert Lewis Dear (all times local):
A man who has acknowledged killing three people at a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic is due in court for a status hearing.
The hearing Wednesday is an opportunity for attorneys to discuss issues in the case.
Lawyers for 57-year-old Robert Lewis Dear have raised doubts about his competency to stand trial in the Nov. 27 shootout at the Colorado Springs facility that also left nine people injured.
Prosecutors have charged Dear with 179 counts, including first-degree murder, attempted murder and assault.
Dear repeatedly disrupted his previous court appearance, declaring himself guilty and "a warrior for the babies." He objected to his lawyer's efforts to limit publicity.
The Associated Press and other news outlets want a judge to unseal arrest and search warrants in the case.