Responding to Trauma in the Colorado Massacre

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The devastation is growing as more details surface about the midnight shooting spree at a Colorado movie theater, Friday.

The gunman who attacked during a special showing of "The Dark Knight Rises" killed at least 12 people -- 10 of whom died in the theater.

At least 58 others were wounded and officials say many of them are in critical conditions.

For many, the shooting rampage reignites memories of other massacres not far away, like Columbine, Fort Hood, and Oklahoma City.

Bruce Porter was a pastor in Columbine, Colo., and ministered to those affected by that tragedy, including the family of one of the victims.

He spoke with CBN News about the anger and grief many may be feeling after Friday's theater shooting. Click play for his comments, on CBN Newswatch, July 20.

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