Additional lawsuits on behalf of seven more victims of the deadly July 20 theater shooting in Aurora, Colo., have been filed against Cinemark USA.
Parents of three people killed in the tragedy filed separate federal lawsuits against the Plano, Texas-based Cinemark, alleging the nation's third largest theater circuit failed to ensure adequate safety to prevent the shooting at the Century Aurora 16. The rampage killed 12 people and injured 58.
The suits were filed on behalf of Alexander Jonathan "A.J." Boik, Micayla Medek and Matthew McQuinn, who were all killed by gunfire in the theater.
A fourth suit was filed this week by three other shooting victims, Dion Rosborough, Ryan Lumba and Tony Briscoe, who received non-fatal injuries.