Holmes' web posts saying "Will you visit me in prison?" ruled admissible in theater shooting trial

CENTENNIAL, Colo. - The judge in the movie theater shooting case says records from two dating websites where defendant James Holmes asked "Will you visit me in prison?" can be used as evidence in his trial.

The judge on Thursday rejected a defense motion to suppress the records from Adult Friend Finder and Match.com.

The judge says part of the defense request is moot because prosecutors don't plan to use as evidence any communication Holmes had with other website subscribers.

The judge also says defense attorneys didn't show Holmes has a constitutionally protected expectation that his website records would be private.

Holmes pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to charges of killing 12 people and injuring 70 in a suburban Denver movie theater in 2012. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty.