Jurors get 1st look at video of theater shooter asking police if any children were hurt

Jurors in the Colorado theater shooting trial have gotten their first look at a video of gunman James Holmes asking detectives, "There weren't any children hurt, were there?"

The video was played in court Monday. It showed a dazed-sounding Holmes at police headquarters about two hours after the attack.

The detectives don't answer Holmes about children, but one says, "We'll get to that."

Det. Chuck Mehl testified later that Holmes had seen a sign at the police department for the Crimes Against Children Unit, which may have prompted the question.

Twelve people died and 70 were injured in the July 2012 attack.

Holmes' attorneys acknowledge he was the gunman but say he was mentally ill. He pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.

Prosecutors say Holmes knew what he was doing.