PHOTO: Mugshot of Club Q shooter, Anderson Lee Aldrich, shows injuries sustained after receiving beatdown by heroic club-goers Richard Fierro and an unnamed trans woman KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Thursday, November 24, 2022

PHOTO: Mugshot of Club Q shooter, Anderson Lee Aldrich, shows injuries sustained after receiving beatdown by heroic club-goers Richard Fierro and an unnamed trans woman

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Mugshot of Club Q shooter shows injuries sustained after receiving beatdown by heroic club-goers Richard Fierro and an unnamed trans woman.

The 22-year-old accused of carrying out a mass shooting over the weekend at an LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs, Colorado, will remain held without bond following a court appearance Wednesday.

Anderson Lee Aldrich, appearing in court via video conference for the first time since the attack that left five dead and more than a dozen injured, answered a few questions in a barely audible voice.

Aldrich, whose attorneys say uses they/them pronouns, acknowledged they had watched a video about their rights and said they had no questions. The defendant could be seen slumped over in a chair -- their head resting on their right shoulder -- behind two defense lawyers.

Formal charges are expected at the next court hearing, set for December 6, Colorado's Fourth Judicial District Attorney Michael Allen said. Aldrich would be expected to appear then in person, he said, adding the date could change.

Preliminary charges include five counts of first-degree murder and five counts of a bias-motivated crime -- elsewhere called a hate crime -- causing bodily injury, per El Paso County Court's online docket.

"We'll be reviewing all of the evidence and making the appropriate filing decisions at the appropriate time," Allen said.

Ahead of the hearing, attorneys for Aldrich submitted a court filing stating the suspect identifies as nonbinary. "They use they-them pronouns, and for the purposes of all formal filings, will be addressed as Mx. Aldrich," the court document noted.

Asked after the hearing about the potential impact on the case of the defendant's nonbinary distinction, Allen said: "To us, his legal definition in this proceeding is the defendant," adding, "It has no impact on the way that I prosecute this case."

The prosecutor declined to comment on the motive for the crime or the investigation.

“They started telling me about the incident, a shooting involving multiple people,” Brink said Tuesday in an interview outside his San Diego home with 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…’”

Brink, who has appeared in such films as My MILF Boss 8, I Wanna Get Titty Fucked, and Latina Slut Academy, told CBS 8, “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.” (The Mormon Church has confirmed that Aldrich was a member but had not been active in some time.)

In a court filing late Tuesday, lawyers for Aldrich, who in 2016 changed his name from Nicholas Franklin Brink to escape his father’s sordid past, said Aldrich is non-binary, saying “they use they/them pronouns.”


However, booking records list Aldrich’s gender as male. Additionally, in text messages from the day of the shooting, which were shown to The Daily Beast by a source close to Aldrich, Aldrich’s mother referred to her son as he and him.

The Daily Beast was unable to reach Brink for comment. A call Wednesday morning to a number in Brink’s wife’s name was answered by a woman who declined to give her name but said she was a “relative.”

“We’re just taking it one day at a time,” she told The Daily Beast. “There is nothing really to do, after everything’s said and done.”

Aldrich allegedly opened fire at Club Q shortly before midnight on Nov. 19 before being subdued by two bystanders. Aldrich was initially hospitalized with unspecified injuries but was transferred to the El Paso County jail on Tuesday, according to authorities.

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