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RING camera video shows the gay nightclub massacre suspect arrested after threatening to kill his mother with a pipe bomb in 2021.

Published on 21.11.2022


Saturday night, shortly before midnight, a shooting occurred at Club Q, a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs, CO.

The LGBTQ club advertised drag shows for all ages, which featured $20 bottomless mimosas. According to their Instagram page, an “all ages” drag brunch was scheduled to take place at Club Q just 11 hours after the shooting.

Five people were killed and 18 were injured in the senseless massacre of innocent people, including two popular bartenders.

Club Q bartenders Derrick Rump (left) and Daniel Aston (right) were two of five innocent people who were killed.

According to police reports, at least two patrons managed to subdue the gunman until police arrived who were able to arrest 22-year-old Anderson Lee Aldrich and take him into custody.

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5 people were killed and 18 others were injured at an LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs.

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Yesterday The Gateway Pundit reported on Benjamin Ryan, a New York Times reporter who tweeted and then quickly deleted a copy of a statement from the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office stating that Aldrich had been in the FBI’s crosshairs. for making a pipe bomb in June 2021.

Evidence of a previous arrest of the alleged killer at the gay nightclub has now been released, showing Aldrich taken into custody by El Paso police on a RING camera in June 2021. Aldrich was taken into custody after that his mother, Laura Voepel, called the police about her son, saying he was threatening her life. In the video, the alleged shooter can be seen declaring that he will send the feds to “hell” if they break into his mother’s rented house:

The Crisis Negotiations Unit managed to get Aldrich to relent and surrender without incident:

Aldrich, 21, was taken into custody for kidnapping and threats. He was later released after the charges against him were dropped.

Voepel’s posts to a Church of Latter-day Saints Instagram group seem to indicate that her son suffered from mental illness.

In February 2022, she wrote a message from her (now deleted) Facebook page to the Sisters of Colorado Springs religious group: “Hello Sisters. Can anyone recommend a great therapist who specializes in trauma and personality disorders? and indicated that it was a 21-year-old, which Aldrich was then. In May 2022, she asked, “Can anyone recommend my son a private boxing trainer? He’s 6 feet tall and hits like a freight train. Impossible to find a good gym or someone serious. He has made huge changes in his life and needs it! »

Anderson Aldrich and his mother Laura Voepel

Aldrich’s mother, who accused her son of trying to kill her, posted a message on her Facebook page asking members of her religious community to recommend a “fantastic defense attorney,” allegedly for her son:





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