Facebook page tribute to 'Dark Knight' shooting suspect sparks outrage
Although some social media users have ''liked'' the pages, it has led to an outpouring of comments deriding the anonymous online posts in wake of the tragedy.
The page, named ‘James Holmes fan club’, has been created less than two days after the massacre.
On the page the accused shooter is described as a ''misunderstood man'', ''entertainer'' and ''monarch,’ the Daily Mail reports.
Colorado shooting suspect James Holmes. Photo: AFP
According to the report, Internet memes have also been created, one is a mocked-up picture of Holmes as a military veteran receiving a medal from President Obama.
Another uses a picture of the Joker from the last Batman movie and reads, ‘it’s simple, we kill the audience.’
According to the report, many Facebook users have posted their disgust and fury.
“I pray that there is a special place in hell reserved for James Holmes, and to the person responsible for this page, I hope there is a spot reserved for you too!,” said one user.