A mother who lost her 32-year-old daughter in the Aurora Theater Shooting is gearing up to sue the theater where the shooting took place.
Shirley Wygal of Colorado, has obtained a Los Angeles lawyer to represent her in the suit to be filed against the Century 16 Theater. Wygal's daughter, Rebecca Wingo, was at the showing of the "Dark Knight Rises" when she was fatally shot by James Holmes.
The alleged suit will be citing the theater's security set-up. Saying that the movie theater should have had better security measurements. Sources say that Wygal believes there should have been security placed at the emergency exit doors or the emergency doors should have sounded when opened by Holmes.
It has been largely reported that Holmes was able to enter the theater with heavy artillery because he was able to access the theater though the emergency exit.
Cinemark has yet to release a statement on the suit.