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A survivor of the Aurora movie theater massacre said he believes “everything was for naught” after a failed lawsuit against theater owner Cinemark left four survivors on the hook for more than $700,000 owed to the company.

The judge first urged the plaintiffs to settle, but ruled after the deal collapsed that Cinemark was not liable for the shooting, according to The Los Angeles Times.

Colorado law allows the winning side of civil cases to seek costs, so plaintiffs were then ordered to pay more than $700,000 to Cinemark to reimburse the theater chain’s legal fees.

Source: Aurora shooting plaintiffs believe their case was ‘for naught’ – Business Insider

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