Colorado’s alleged nightclub shooter wanted to be “the next mass killer” – and whined that his grandparents’ plans to A plot would be destroyed if you move south. to Build a bomb according to to Records from an earlier arrest

Anderson Lee Aldrich22-year-old escaped from violence and threatened to kill himself to When his grandparents told him they had sold the house they owned and that they were making plans to sell it, he should kill them to Move to According to Florida, June 2021 to Records obtained by KKTV 11 News.

The SWAT team was able to end the incident with their swarming. Aldrich’s mother’s home, more than a year before Aldrich Five people were killed and five others were injured when an alleged stormer broke into a Colorado Springs LGBTQ nightclub.

The results in the 2021 bomb-threat incident are under seal and it’s not clear if the charges were dismissed.

Advocates are however asking why. Aldrich still had access to The arrest results in the confiscation of deadly weapons Colorado “red flag” Advocates have suggested that laws could have prohibited him from possessing guns.

AldrichIdentifies as nonbinary according to to His attorneys were still living with their grandparents when they announced their impending move on June 18, 2021.

Colorado’s alleged nightclub shooter wanted to be “the next mass killer,” Records from an earlier arrest.

Later, the grandmother told police Aldrich They said that they were “going to be the next mass killer and has been collecting ammunition, firearms, bullet-proof body armor and storing it in the basement of the residence.”

The grandchild bragged about wanting to “go out in a blaze” He had made what his grandmother believed to be a bomb. to The records obtained by KKTV. Aldrich The move was opposed by some. “his bomb making” “his plans to conduct a mass shooting and bombing,” These records were provided.

Aldrich It was claimed that the bomb would explode. be It is powerful enough to Blower a federal building or police station.

It wasn’t the first cause of concern for AldrichHis grandparents claimed that he had made “homicidal threats” They are a blessing to them and all others. At a family meeting concerning the planned move Aldrich loaded a gun in view of them and told them “you guys die today.

Anderson Lee Aldrich allegedly identifies as nonbinary, his attorneys claimed.
Anderson Lee Aldrich His attorneys claimed that he identifies himself as nonbinary.
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“I’m loaded and ready. You’re not calling anyone,” Aldrich According to to The arrest record.

He drank vodka and stated that he was in need of the booze. “what he’s about to do” Before he went to his mother’s house nearby. Police were alerted via a 911 call, and contacted Aldrich’s mother, who wasn’t cooperative and later texted her landlord to Please say Aldrich The house was empty.

A SWAT team arrived to The residence Aldrich’s mother came out of the home saying “He let me go.”

The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office put out a news release on the arrest, However, the outcome of the case is still unclear Aldrich telling the Gazette in August They claimed that the story of their arrest was a lie. “damaging” to His reputation.

The attack on Club Q left 5 dead and dozens more injured.
Club Q was attacked and five people were killed, with many others being injured.
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“The entire case was dismissed,” Aldrich The Gazette was alleged to have heard them tell the Gazette that they had spent two years in jail following their arrest.

Aldrich hasn’t been formally charged but may face a murder and hate-crime rap for the mass Shooting at Club Q on Saturday In a court filing Tuesday, defense attorneys said Aldrich Nonbinary people were identified and used the pronouns they/them.

The accused appeared before a video court on Wednesday. He was visibly shaken and dazed. “could the defendant please state his name?” The prosecutor also referred to Aldrich As “he” Following the hearing, a briefing was held for journalists.

With Post wires