Police step up BK theater security following Colo. massacre

The Colorado movie massacre that killed 12 and wounded dozens is affecting security in Brooklyn. Police are stepping up security at theaters showing the film

BROOKLYN - The Colorado movie massacre that killed 12 and wounded dozens is affecting security in Brooklyn. Police are stepping up security at theaters showing the film "The Dark Knight Rises" as a precaution, but many moviegoers say they won't be afraid to go to the theater because of one rare occurrence. NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly says that at least two officers will patrol every movie theater in the city that is showing the Batman film. President Obama says he was "shocked and saddened" by the movie theater shooting. He pledged the administration's full support to the victims. Meanwhile, Warner Bros. has canceled the "The Dark Knight Rises" premiere in Paris tonight out of respect for the victims. At least 12 dead, 38 injured in Colorado movie theater shooting

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