DENVER (AP) — A 22-year-old man accused of fatally shooting 10 people at a Colorado supermarket in March is set to appear in court on Tuesday for a hearing to discuss what will happen next in the case. The status hearing will be only the second court appearance for Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa since the March 22 attack in Boulder. At his initial hearing days after the shooting, one of Alissa’s lawyers said the defense team needed two or three months to evaluate what she called his mental illness and evidence collected by investigators before proceeding. The lawyer provide any details about Alissa’s mental health.
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