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    THE suspected Colorado nightclub mass shooter has been pictured in a harrowing mugshot and court photos following the massacre that killed five and injured at least 18. Anderson Lee Aldrich's father was caught on camera making sick comments about the shooting as more information on the suspect's disturbing background is revealed. 6Suspected mass shooter Anderson Lee Aldrich, 22, was arrested following a harrowing massacre at a Colorado LGBT+ nightclub that killed five and injured at least 18Credit: AP 6Aldrich recently made his first appearance in court Wednesday where he was ordered to be held without bailCredit: Reuters 6Aldrich's father Aaron Brink, a former MMA fighter and porn actor, made sick comments about the shooting in a video interviewCredit: Instagram/@aaron.brink.754 Aldrich, 22, allegedly went on a shooting spree in Club Q, an LGBTQ+ nightclub in Colorado Springs on Saturday night. Police believe the shooter opened fire for less than a minute before two heroic club attendees Richard M Fierro and Thomas James risked their lives to take down the alleged killer. The brave men were able to grab the suspect's weapon,...
    MMA-fighter-turned porn actor Aaron Franklin Brink said he was relieved to hear his son is 'not gay' after finding out that the 22-year-old son had been accused of slaughtering five people and injuring 18 others in a mass shooting at a gay club. A defense attorney had called Brink, who lives in Southern California, to tell him that Anderson Lee Aldrich was under arrest for the massacre at Club Q. 'They started telling me about the incident, a shooting involving multiple people,' Brink told CBS 8. 'And then I go on to find out it's a gay bar. I said, 'God, is he gay?' I got scared, 'Shit, is he gay?' And he's not gay, so I said, 'Phhhewww'.' Aldrich's father went on to say that being gay did not align with their religious values.  'You know Mormons don't do gay. We don't do gay. There's no gays in the Mormon church. We don't do gay.' More to come.  Aaron Franklin Brink expressed relief when he realized his son is 'not gay' when he first heard the 22-year-old 'massacred five...
    The Colorado Springs shooting suspect accused of killing five and wounding 17 has been ordered to be held in jail without bail.  Appearing slumped over and bewildered while in the El Paso County Jail sitting in between two lawyers, Anderson Lee Aldrich, 22, barely spoke when addressing the court.  Aldrich had been hospitalized until Tuesday after the shooter was taken down and subdued by a US Army veteran and a patron of the Club Q gay nightclub who rushed the suspect after the gunshots were fired.  The suspect could be seen sporting a black eye and other injuries to the face from the confrontation and appeared heavily dazed.  Aldrich, whose estranged father said identifies as non-binary, was shaken by their lawyers to stay attentive in the courtroom and answer the judge.  'Could the defendant please state his name' Judge Charlotte Ankeny asked. 'Anderson Aldrich,' they replied weakly, followed by another weak 'Yes,' when asked if they understood their rights in court.  Anderson Lee Aldrich, 22, the Colorado Springs shooting suspect accused of killing five and wounding 17 has been ordered to...
    THE suspected Colorado nightclub shooter had a dark past, which was partially hidden after he reportedly had his name changed. Anderson Lee Aldrich, 22, allegedly went on a shooting spree in Club Q, an LGBTQ+ nightclub in Colorado Springs, Saturday night, minutes before the Transgender Day of Remembrance. 2The alleged Colorado nightclub shooter, Anderson Lee Aldrich, 22, reportedly had his name changed in 2016Credit: El Paso County Sheriff’s Office 2Aldrich had a dark past leading up to the shooting on Saturday night which left five people dead and many more injuredCredit: Reuters He is suspected of killing five people and injuring at least 18 others before he was taken down by two people at the club - Army veteran Richard M. Fierro and Thomas James. Fierro recounted to the New York Times: “I don’t know exactly what I did, I just went into combat mode." “I just know I have to kill this guy before he kills us.” In a shocking discovery, Aldrich was born as Nicholas Franklin Brink, but had his named changed in 2016, shortly before his 16th birthday,...
    Facebook Anderson Lee Aldrich was born Nicholas Brink and was called Nick Brink, records show Nicholas Brink was the birth name of accused Club Q mass shooter Anderson Aldrich. Heavy has confirmed the name change via public records in Texas. The case was filed in Bexar County, Texas, because Aldrich was living in San Antonio at the time. He was also known as “Nick Brink” before the name change. Texas court recordsAnderson Aldrich court record The name change was filed in April 2016 in the 37th District Court. The case summary reads “Nicholas F. Brink to Anderson L Aldrich.” The judge granted the change, the court records say. The Washington Post was first to report the name change. According to the Post, he changed his name due to online bullying that occurred when he was a juvenile. Read More From Heavy Get Coached Into the Best Shape of Your Life Anderson Lee Aldrich is the 22-year-old suspect accused of perpetrating a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The November 19,...
    FOOTAGE has emerged showing the chilling moment the alleged Colorado shooter warned "today I die" and threatened to blow his mom's house to "holy hell". A year before Anderson Lee Aldrich, 22, allegedly walked into a Colorado LGBTQ+ nightclub and opened fire, killing five and injuring at least 19, he was arrested for a bomb threat, police said. 2Police say they did not find weapons in 2021Credit: El Paso County Sheriff’s Office 2Aldrich is currently hospitalizedCredit: Facebook Video obtained by CNN and AP shows a terrifying stand off between Aldrich and the cops prior to his arrest in June 2021. The footage shows the 22-year-old arriving at his mom's front door with a big black bag, telling her the police were nearby and adding: "This is where I stand. Today I die." Two squad cars and what appears to be a bomb squad vehicle later pull up to the house, and a barefooted Aldrich emerges with his hands up. “I’ve got the f***ing sh**heads outside, look at that, they’ve got a bead on me,” Aldrich said. Read More...
    NEW details have been released about the Colorado Springs mass shooting suspect’s past, including chilling details about his alleged family members. On Sunday, police revealed that Anderson Lee Aldrich, 22, was in custody after allegedly opening fire inside the LGBTQ+ nightclub called Club Q the night before, killing five and injuring more than two dozen others. 5Anderson Lee Aldrich allegedly opened fire in Club Q Saturday night, killing five people and injuring 25 othersCredit: AFP 5Two of the five victims have been identified as bartenders Derrick Rump and Daniel AstonCredit: Facebook 5New reports suggest the shooting suspect is related to GOP California state assembly member Randy VoepelCredit: Instagram/@randyvoepel In the hours following his arrest, chilling details about his alleged family were revealed.  According to The Guardian, Aldrich is allegedly related to Republican California state assembly member Randy Voepel. The outlet made the connection after looking into social media posts under Aldrich’s mother’s name, Laura Voepel. The Republican is a staunch supporter of former President Donald Trump and vocally supported the January 6 riots at the Capitol in Washington D.C. last...
    An attacker opened fire in a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs late Saturday, killing five people and wounding at least 25, officials said. The club said the suspect was subdued by patrons, and Colorado Springs police said he was taken into custody and hospitalized for treatment of his injuries. RELATED: Here’s where you can donate to Club Q victims, their families and survivors Here’s what we know about the suspect: Who is Anderson Lee Aldrich? Colorado Springs police Chief Adrian Vasquez identified the suspect as 22-year-old Anderson Lee Aldrich at a news conference Sunday morning. Investigators recovered two guns on scene and said Aldrich used a long gun during the shooting, Vasquez said. Aldrich remains in a local hospital. Does Aldrich have a criminal history? Law enforcement officials said Aldrich’s “interactions with law enforcement” are part of the broader investigation, and they would not say if he’d previously been contacted by police. A man with the same name and matching age was arrested in June 2021 for threatening his mother with “a homemade bomb, multiple weapons and ammunition,” according to...
    THE Colorado Springs mass shooting suspect left a haunting voice message weeks before allegedly killing five at a gay club. It emerged as police were accused of missing the chance to seize guns from Anderson Lee Aldrich, 22, after he was arrested for threatening his mother with a homemade bomb. 8A gunman killed five people and wounded 25 at Club Q in Colorado SpringsCredit: AP 8Club Q bartenders Derrick Rump and Daniel Aston both diedCredit: Facebook 8Floral tributes at the scene of the alleged 'hate crime' targeting gay and trans clubbersCredit: AFP or licensors Aldrich was in custody today after being overpowered and pinned to the ground by "hero" club-goers on Saturday night. He allegedly killed five people and wounded 25 in a hail of bullets from an AR15-style rifle inside LGBT+ venue Club Q. Police said they were investigating the suspect's previous "interactions with law enforcement" as questions were raised last night over whether the Colorado's "red flag" law was ignored. It emerged Aldrich's was arrested over a bomb scare that saw ten homes evacuated in the Lorson Ranch...
    The man suspected of carrying out the horrific shooting inside a Colorado Springs LGBTQ nightclub over the weekend appears to have also been arrested last summer following an alleged bomb threat and long standoff with law enforcement. Officials said Anderson Lee Aldrich, 22, opened fire inside the Club Q nightclub just before midnight Saturday, killing five and wounding at least 25, before “heroic” patrons stopped the gunman. Little has been confirmed about Aldrich or his motives as of Sunday afternoon, but officials have said they are investigating the attack as a hate crime. Aldrich doesn’t appear to have a public presence on social media. He was taken into custody just minutes after the shooting began, officials said. World & Nation ‘Heroic’ patrons of gay nightclub subdued gunman after he opened fire, killing 5 people A gunman opened fire shortly before midnight at a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs, killing five and injuring 25. A suspect was subdued and is in custody. It appears Aldrich was previously arrested in June 2021 after a woman reported her son...
    Police held a press conference Sunday to reveal information about the suspected Colorado gunman that killed at least five people and injured 18. Anderson Lee Aldrich, 22, allegedly entered Colorado Springs' Club Q, an LGBT club late Saturday night and opened fire. He appeared to have acted alone, according to Colorado Springs Police, so there was no continued threat to the public once police detained Aldrich. Aldrich was detained at 12:02 a.m., two minutes after the first police officer arrived on the scene, which was three minutes after being dispatched. While he remains in police custody, he is receiving medical treatment for undisclosed injuries in a local hospital. There were two firearms in his possession at the time, with police revealing one of the weapons to be a long rifle. Police could not confirm who owned the guns. AT LEAST FIVE KILLED AND 18 INJURED IN SHOOTING AT COLORADO SPRINGS NIGHTCLUB News outlet Heavy reported Aldrich is the grandson of former California State Assemblyman Randy Voepel (R), who is also a former mayor...
    COLORADO Springs shooting suspect Anderson Lee Aldrich allegedly killed five people and injured 18 in an attack on a nightclub in Colorado. Authorities are yet to find out the motive for the attack. 1Police vehicle pictured at the scene of the crime Who is Colorado Springs shooting suspect Anderson Lee Aldrich? On the morning of November 20, 2022, Colorado Springs Police Chief Adrian Vasquez told reporters that Alderson Lee Aldrich was the prime suspect in the case. He told reporters that Anderson began shooting as he walked into Club Q in Colorado Springs. Despite his possession of a gun, police said that at least two people confronted him and fought with him. Anderson was injured in the encounter and is currently at the UCHealth Memorial Hospital North in Colorado Springs as at the time of writing. More to follow...For the latest news on this story, keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sports news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter...
    Google Maps Anderson Lee Aldrich has been identified as the suspect in the Colorado Springs gay nightclub mass shooting. Anderson Lee Aldrich was identified as the suspect accused of perpetrating a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay night club in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The active shooter burst into the night club and left 18 injured and five dead after opening fire inside just before midnight,Colorado Springs Police Lt. Pamela Castro said in an early morning news conference. Authorities said the case is being investigated through the “lens” of a hate crime, but that has not been definitively determined. “It is with a heavy heart that I have to tell you that we had a shooting at a local club this evening,” she said, adding that a firearm was used, although she didn’t specify the type of gun. No officer-involved shooting was involved. Authorities said that Anderson Aldrich is a 22-year-old male. Authorities did not immediately release a photo of Aldrich. Heavy is working to verify pictures on a relative’s Facebook page. There were not any immediately...
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