Colorado Springs shooting suspect is ordered to be held without bail  

Colorado Springs shooting suspect accused of killing five people in a gay bar appears in court and is ordered to be held in jail without bail

  • The Colorado Springs shooting suspect accused of killing five and wounding 17 has been ordered to be held in jail without bail

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 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 him after he fired into the establishment with an AR-15 rifle. 

Anderson Lee Aldrich, 22, the Colorado Springs shooting suspect accused of killing five and wounding 17 has been ordered to be held in jail without bail

Anderson Lee Aldrich, 22, the Colorado Springs shooting suspect accused of killing five and wounding 17 has been ordered to be held in jail without bail

Club Q Shooting Suspect Appears in Court LIVE

The suspect in the deadly shooting that killed five people and wounded 17 others at a LGBTQ+ nightclub in Colorado Springs will make his first court appearance virtually. Watch live.

Posted by NowThis on Wednesday, November 23, 2022

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