More TDKR Violence

More TDKR Violence

A week and a half after the deadly shooting inside a Colorado movie theater that left 12 people dead and 59 wounded, three gunmen donning Batman masks robbed two cinemas full of moviegoers in northern Mexico.

So, it seems that Mexico has also been hit by violence linked to The Dark Knight Rises.

Latino Fox News reported two movie theater robberies committed by armed robbers wearing Batman Masks during Midnight Showings of The Dark Knight Rises. No one was hurt or injured but the armed robbers made off with $16,000.

Also three days prior a fire started in a dumpster forced the evacuation of 800 moviegoers during the premier of “The Dark Knight Rises” in Guadalajara, Mexico’s second largest city.

One has to wonder why so much violence has erupted around this movie rather than the other comic book inspired movies this summer.
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Filed Under "Batman" 7/31/2012 Source: Latino Fox News
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