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Club Q Suspect Anderson Aldrich Charged With 12 More Counts
(CNN) -- The suspected gunman accused of killing five people in a mass shooting at an LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs, Colorado, last November is facing an additional 12 counts, raising the total to 317.Anderson Lee Aldrich appeared in court in person Friday, where Colorado's Fourth Judicial District Attorney Michael Allen announced the new charges, including four attempted murder charges and two hate crimes.Aldrich, 22, was initially charged in December with 305 counts, including charges of first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder, assault and bias-motivated crimes causing bodily injury.Aldrich -- whose attorneys say identifies as nonbinary and uses they/them pronouns -- faces up to life in prison without parole if convicted on the first-degree murder charges.The suspect allegedly entered Club Q late November 19 with an AR-style weapon and a handgun and opened fire, killing Daniel Aston, Raymond Green Vance, Kelly Loving, Ashley Paugh, and Derrick Rump. At least 19 others were injured, police have said, most of whom suffered gunshot wounds.The attack was halted by two patrons who took down and contained the suspect until police arrived at the club, which was seen as a safe space for the LGBTQ community in Colorado Springs.Ahead of an earlier hearing, Aldrich's attorneys said the suspect identified as nonbinary and would be addressed as Mx.
People can’t get enough of Nancy Pelosi biting into a meat stick and saying she wants to punch Trump out
Everyone is crushing on Nancy Pelosi today after the January 6 committee played seven minutes of never-before-seen footage of her remaining cool as a cucumber while taking charge during the deadly Capitol attack.Related: Everyone’s gagging over January 6 hearing’s mysterious “Clark Kent”–was his identity just revealed?The dramatic recording was captured by Pelosi’s daughter, journalist and filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi, who happened to be at the Capitol that day recording a documentary for HBO.The AP reports:The recordings offer a rare glimpse into the real-time reactions of the most powerful members of Congress as they scrambled to drum up support from all parts of the government, including from agencies seemingly ill prepared for the chaos, and vented anger over a president whose conduct they felt had endangered their lives.In the videos, Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer negotiate with governors and defense officials to try to get the National Guard to the Capitol as police were being brutally beaten outside the building.The deployment of the Guard was delayed for hours as Trump stood by and did little to stop the violence of his supporters.Take 7 minutes to watch House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and others respond to the Capitol insurrection in previously unseen footage.
Anderson County is a county in the U.S. state of Texas. As of the 2010 United States Census, the population was 58,458. Its county seat is Palestine. Anderson County was organized in 1846, and was named for Kenneth L. Anderson, who had been the last Vice President of the Republic of Texas (died 1845). Anderson County comprises the Palestine micropolitan statistical area.