The families are still concerned that the millions of dollars collected by a fundraising campaign is not getting to the victims.
Family representatives say after three meetings of a financial oversight committee-- also known as the 7/20 recovery committee-- they believe the money is not being given to victims in a timely manner.
The special advisor to the 7/20 Recovery Committee says the group remains committed to an "inclusive process that honors the input of all victims, and not just the voices of a few."
Rich Audsley released a statement late Wednesday night and said the group has issued a survey to the injured victims and families of the deceased. He also said some victims have not yet had the chance to share their feelings and the committee is planning to meet with those victims one-on-one.
Audsley said every family of the deceased and injured has a Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance (COVA) advocate assigned to them to assess their needs.
The families of the victims will hold their press conference at 10:00 a.m. at the Summit Conference and Event Center in Aurora.
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