Judge In Aurora theater shooting case question strange court briefs

Briefs filed under fake name in James Holmes case

DENVER - The judge on the case of the Aurora theater shooting filed a motion Thursday after several pleadings were filed in the case with fake names.

 
The order concerned an Aug. 27 filing that stated "I believe in my heart that James Holmes in innocent.  James Holmes must be released asap. James is being framed by Philip Anschutz, police chief Dan Oates, and the illuminati."
 
The filing continued, "District Attorney Carol Chambers & Police chief Dan Oates came to my house and told me they are going to arrest me for online prostitution and escourt (sic) services and charity fraud, and to make a deal with them to pretend I was a victim in this case. Dan Oates then shot me …  in places that were not life threatening."
 
The person filing the brief also demanded that "congress get involved too!"
 
Judge William Sylvester said it appeared the court filings are not legitimate.  
 
"Further, this Court has concerns about the mental health of the individual filing these pleadings," the judge wrote in his order.  He forwarded a copy of his order to the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office for investigation and to the county human services adult protection services unit for possible referral to an appropriate mental health agency.
 
The person filing the pleadings was not identified and the person's name was redacted from the order and original filing.