I never even saw the shooter
Barton and ray ban sunglass outlet a friend, Ethan Rodriguez-Torrent, both from Southbury, Conn., were six weeks into a cross-country bicycling trip when they pulled into Aurora on Thursday afternoon. They arranged to spend the night at the home of another of Rodriguez-Torrent's friends, and they all went to the movie. "I never even saw the shooter. He was in black, his gun flashing in front of him," Barton said. "To me, he was and is an inhuman object that cheap ray ban sunglasses I don't associate with as a human being." Barton tumbled to the floor, hit in the neck and left forearm. He later learned he had other wounds in his arms, face and chest. Eventually the methodical gunfire stopped and the oakely victims' screams filled the air. "I just thought this was the end for me, this will be the end of my life," Barton said. He saw people bolting for a door, and he ran with them, out of the theater, through the lobby and into the parking lot, where he was rushed to the hospital. Rodriguez-Torrent escaped unhurt. Their friend has a brain injury from a gunshot in her face, but doctors are optimistic about her recovery, Barton oakley flak jacket said. They declined to identify her by name.