Anderson Lee Aldrich (mugshot via Colorado Springs Police Dept)
Anderson Lee Aldrich, the 22-year-old accused of killing five and injuring more than 17 others at the
deadly mass shooting at Club Q nightclub in Colorado Springs last month, was formally charged today.
Aldrich faces 305 counts including multiple charges of first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder, assault and hate crimes.
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Aaron Brink (screen capture)
Aaron Brink, father of the Club Q shooter, believed his son – Anderson Lee Aldrich – was dead for six years. And then, six months ago he received a call from Aldrich.
Continue reading “Father Of Club Q Shooter Relieved To Hear His Son Isn’t Gay”
In this week’s episode of
The Randy Report podcast, I cover what we know so far about the deadly Club Q shooting in Colorado Springs which resulted in 5 dead and 17+ injured. Plus… Continue reading “Podcast: Deadly Club Q Shooting, Pro Basketball Player Comes Out + More”
The New York Times has interviewed the hero who took down the suspect in the mass shooting at Club Q in Colorado Springs which resulted in the death of five and injured several more. Continue reading “NY Times Interviews Hero Who Stopped Club Q Shooter”
El Paso County Sheriff Bill Elder (screen capture)
A year and a half before Anderson Lee Aldrich entered a gay nightclub and proceeded to
murder 5 people and injure 25 more, he allegedly threatened his mother with a homemade bomb causing neighbors to evacuate their homes as experts negotiated his surrender.
Following the incident, it appears that prosecutors never charged him with any crime. Doing so would have triggered Colorado’s “red flag” law which might have kept weapons out of his hands.
Continue reading “Club Q Shooter Evaded “Red Flag” Law After Authorities Declined To Enforce”
(screen capture via ABC News)
Very sad to wake up this morning to news of a gay nightclub shooting in Colorado Springs which resulted in 5 dead and 18 injured.
Continue reading “5 Dead, 18 Injured At Gay Nightclub Shooting In Colorado Springs”
From left: Luis Alonso-Piovet, Pablo Reinaldo Romo-Figueroa, Adonis Diaz and Juan C. Lopez. (mug shots via Miami-Dade corrections)
On April 8, 2018, four young men were captured on surveillance cameras viciously attacking two gay men coming out of a public restroom in Lummus Park during Miami Beach Pride. After four and a half years, they finally had their day in court on Monday.
Continue reading “Four Plead Guilty In 2018 Miami Beach Pride Attack”
A lesbian couple was found murdered with their dismembered remains stuffed into trash bags in the border town of Ciudad Juárez, located just across the U.S./Mexico border near El Paso.
Continue reading “Lesbian Couple Found Murdered, Dismembered In Juárez”
Quick catch-up on today’s headlines:
: North Carolina’s Republican Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson (above) said the transgender movement is “demonic” in a hideous transphobic rant where he called trans people “drugged-up, dressed-up, made-up, cut-up.” LGBTQ Nation Continue reading “News Round-Up: October 13, 2021”
A video that went viral last week appears to show an ugly, homophobic attack on a high school student wrapped in a rainbow flag.
The incident, which took place at Lowndes High School in Valdosta, Georgia, was investigated by school officials and the local Sheriff’s office.
Continue reading “Homophobic School Bully Charged With Battery”