AURORA, Colo. - The man accused of killing 12 and wounding 58 people in an Aurora, Colo. movie theater on Friday showed little emotion when he appeared before a judge this morning. James Holmes, 24, appeared dazed and droopy-eyed as the judge spoke during court proceedings. He sat silently in court next to his attorney, his hair dyed a flaming orange-red. Holmes is due to be formally charged next Monday. Officials say Holmes is not cooperating with police and is giving no information as to why he allegedly burst into a crowded movie theater and opened fire into the audience. Holmes has been held in solitary confinement since his arrest Friday. Prosecutors say they may seek the death penalty in the case, but will make that decision after consulting with victims' families. Meanwhile, a large vigil was held last night for the victims of the massacre. The governor of Colorado read the names of the 12 people killed in Friday's rampage. After each name, the audience chanted, "We will remember." President Barack Obama flew to Colorado yesterday to visit family members of those killed and those wounded. His visit included a stop at the University of Colorado Hospital, where 10 survivors are still being treated. Aurora Police Chief Dan Oates says it could take months to find out why Holmes would ever want to cause this much pain. He says police are working with FBI behavioral analysts to try and figure out a motive behind the massacre. Over the weekend, officials disarmed Holmes' intensively booby-trapped apartment. Investigators say they did find a Batman mask inside Holmes' apartment.

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