The country was devastated this morning when it woke up to find a shooting occurred at the movie premier of "The Dark Knight Rises" in Aurora, Colorado. Excited Batman fans report experiencing tear gas and smoke before gun shots fired into the crowd around 12:30 AM. Some people were so absorbed in the film, and because the attack took place during a battle scene, they thought the shots were special effects associated with the premier of the movie. 12 people were killed in the attack and 38 injured. Warner Robins movie goers were saddened by the news. After this morning's tragedy in Colorado, some people are concerned going to the newest Batman film may not be safe. However authorities here at the Galleria Mall in Warner Robins assured me two officers will be present, and there shouldn't be no safety concerns for any movie goers.
After talking to some theater patrons, the consensus was advice to always be cautious and aware.