"A change of address for Holmes had been filed that may be fraudulent," said Pamela Durkee, U.S. Postal Inspector for Denver. "Upon hearing this we immediately notified the Postal Service and the forwarding order was cancelled."
Jonathan Riches of West Chester, Pennsylvania posted a picture of a magazine originally sent to Holmes' address on Paris Street in Aurora, Colorado. That is the apartment where authorities had to dismantle an elaborate maze of booby traps and explosives rigged to go off if someone entered his apartment through the front door.
Also shown in the photograph on Riches' Facebook page is a post office issued forwarding sticker in yellow addressed to Homes at Riches' West Chester, Pennsylvania address.
The magazine is the August edition of "The Weekly Standard" that features a story on the cover about the supreme leader of Iran, Ali Khamenei . The title of that story is, "The Most Dangerous Man in the World." The magazine release date at the bottom of the cover is August 20, 2012, exactly one month to the day after Holmes went on a shooting rampage.
9Wants to Know has tried reaching out to Riches for comment. He has not responded. Aurora Police would not comment on the mail either citing the gag order in the case.
In 2009, Riches reportedly sued the Guinness Book of World Records when he learned they planned to name him the world's most litigious man.
Holmes is accused of killing 12 people and injuring 58 others in the Century 16 movie theater on July 20.
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