Why did AOL maintain a Batman movie ad on the sign-in page in light of the Aurora tragedy?

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It's not the movies fault.

The killer wanted a high body count, and was relying on the movies popularity to draw in the midnight crowd.

 

Also, AOL is under contract to advertise the feature. And the Producers had done nothing to violate the terms of that contract.

Hay. You think I'm crazy? You should hear the voices in my head. Those people have issues.

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