Rocky Mountain PBS dives deep into the issue of mental health and guns in "Insight with John Ferrugia: Imminent Danger."
Watch exclusive interviews with the parents of James Holmes, who killed 12 people and maimed dozens more in the Aurora theater shootings, and the mother of Matthew Riehl, the mentally ill gunman who killed a Douglas County sheriff deputy and wounded four law enforcement officers and two civilians in a shootout on New Year’s Eve 2017.
The gunman's mother and the Douglas County sheriff say both Matthew Riehl and Deputy Zack Parrish would be alive today if Colorado had a red flag law.
EXCLUSIVE: John Ferrugia speaks with the mother of Matthew Riehl, the mentally ill man who killed a Douglas County sheriff's deputy on New Year's Eve.
John Ferrugia speaks with the parents of James Holmes, the Aurora theater shooter.
The battle over the controversial “red flag” gun bill overcame its first hurdle in the Colorado Senate Friday on a party line vote as members of the Democrat-controlled chamber heard impassioned pleas from gun rights advocates to kill the measure. The measure now moves to the appropriations committee and will move to the Senate floor if approved.Read More
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The Colorado legislature will consider a new red flag measure to create a legal method to remove firearms from people with mental illness deemed to be an extreme risk to themselves or others.Read More
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Rocky Mountain PBS joined some of the top journalism organizations in the nation when it received an Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Award this year.Read More