The Daily Beast reports:
Accused Club Q mass shooter Anderson Aldrich hung out at the popular Colorado Springs LGBTQ nightspot weeks before it was turned into a gruesome mass murder scene, according to numerous court exhibits released Thursday.
A slew of new details emerged in Wednesday’s hearing, including that Aldrich visited Club Q several times before the November massacre, that Aldrich had planned to livestream the massacre, and that Aldrich expressed neo-Nazi, homophobic and racist views online and to friends.
Aldrich, whose lawyer says identifies as non-binary, also had rainbow-patterned gun targets at home, which were among several items seized by police. Additionally, investigators recovered a hand-drawn map of Club Q, as well as a hardcover book titled Rebuilding the Reichstag.
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Investigators recovered a hand-drawn map of Club Q, as well as a hardcover book titled “Rebuilding the Reichstag.”https://t.co/j2cVkqKN5o
— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) February 24, 2023